Curiosity is a funny thing. First, it sucks you right in, you think that it’s the next big thing, you think about it, read about it and it really gets you excited. BUT, after a while you realise that it might not be as exciting as it once was. I’m talking about this blog (shocking…).
Importance of communication. Whenever I think or envision success, me being happy, celebrating something special, I see people. People that are around me. I’m never by myself. Others contribute to the overall success and happiness of my life so much that I just can’t throw them out of the picture. Whether it’s family, friends, roommates,
It’s crazy, when I think about it. I am turning 25 this weekend. Sure, 25 is not that much, I am still young and a whole bunch of things are waiting for me in the future, but, man, 25?! I always thought that by 25 I will be doing something special, I’ll be on my
(Not-so)Short intro. I’m not going to talk about minimalism in art. No, no. I want to talk about the idea of minimalism in our everyday lives. About few months ago, I came across these two dudes from the U.S. called The Minimalists. Found out that they’re a pretty big deal. After doing some good old
—Let me just say that only this doggo is allowed to stay in his comfort zone. Just look at him.— What? Comfort Zone? According to Lifehacker, ” comfort zone is a behvioural space where your activities and behaviours fit a routine and pattern that minimises stress and risk.”, got that? Well, I guess comfort
Monday. This may not be the best and most anticipated day of the week, we know it. In fact, most people are not looking forward to this day, because of various reasons. Whether it’s work, school, appointments or anything else that you consider a burden or a duty. Monday = planing ahead, setting goals/tasks, preparing
Proof. According to articles on Inc. and Business Insider, “90% of executives wake up before 6am on weekdays, and 50% of self-made millionaires wake up at least three hours before their workday actually begins.”. We’re no math wizards, but numbers don’t lie. Getting up early in the morning works. Lots of studies have been made over
Habits. We find talking and thinking about habits fascinating. Quite often, we do things in our everyday lives without even thinking about them twice, but do you ever think about why are we doing things we do? Do you ever think about all of the successful people in the world, about their habits, routines,