It’s not what you say, it’s how you say it. We’ve heard this all our lives, yet we still attempt to get what we want by making demands, using guilt trips, and expressing ourselves in a manipulative manner as if that is going to consistently get us what we want in life. Maybe it works… Continue reading Speaking With a Spoon Full of Sugar
We tend to think about the things we want to do. This makes sense, especially when you’re a goal-oriented visualization enthusiast who understands the importance of seeing it before you get there. However, we also have to consider the things we need to do less of. What is it for you? Eat less? Sleep… Continue reading Do Yourself a Favor. Worry Less.
Waiting for someone else to make you happy is like waiting for someone to feed you. As an adult, there are just some things we have to take responsibility for ourselves. It’s challenging enough keeping ourselves happy, it’s pretty selfish to put the burden on another to do it for us. It is empowering to take the burden off of others to make you happy, as you realize that you hold the keys to your own happiness.