Following up on this weekend's post (One step at the time. And that's a good start), I figured a few other things out this weekend, in terms of what grounds me and helps me deal with stress and prevent sliding back into a depressive state. 1. "Real" people I feel like I covered that in … Continue reading My hierarchy of well-being: real people, nature and physical activity
This week work started to conflict with and crave way too much attention from my life and what is most important to me: my (mental) health. I need to eat well, sleep well and train to keep myself grounded If I don't prioritise those three things my mood is first to go, which quickly starts impacting my … Continue reading 3 steps to prevent negativity from taking over my life
Today has been one of those days where I just can't seem to settle down and do anything - nothing constructive, nothing productive and nothing relaxing. I am super restless and any attempt to distract myself, or relax, has failed miserably so far. Since writing is very therapeutic for me, here are some of my … Continue reading Time to get in shape – real shape!
Great TED Talk on the note of "gratitude" and "feeling grateful": https://www.ted.com/talks/david_steindl_rast_want_to_be_happy_be_grateful
My life has been such a rollercoaster in the last 2-3 years, spiraling very fast and mostly downward, but in the last 3 months I have decided to face my ghosts and sort myself out and it has already paid off hundredfold. I have written a couple of blog posts about my journey to date … Continue reading Feeling grateful