“Help, I have to lose 3 kg”. How often do we hear this from friends or even say it to ourselves. Most people are not aware that the goal “weight loss” leads to completely wrong assumptions and actions.
Are you fed up with dieting and tired of experiencing uncontrollable weight gain after you just tried to get back into shape? Rigorous and restrictive programmes are not the answer to your needs because they can fail you over and over again. But I have good news for you!
Sometimes we see people entering a room, very upright, drawing a lot of attention to themselves. They seem to enjoy it and we just can't ignore them. Then again we are admiring people who seem to be calm and confident in every situation. We wish to be as confident as those people are, but we don't know how to get there.
Most people are aware that their nutrition leaves room for improvement. Often - but usually for short periods of time - they are extremely motivated to eat healthier. Sometimes it’s because they want to lose weight, sometimes it’s because they feel not well and sometimes it’s because the doctor told them to do so. What usually happens next is a strict diet plan based on water and salad.
Recently I had a discussion with some tertiary students and avoiding mental blackouts was one of the common questions raised. Photo Credit: manveetSingh via Visualhunt.com
We are spending more than 82.000 hours of our lives in our job or profession. The idea that it is probably better to be happy with our job is....
Being happy is one of the main goals in life. We wish to spend our lives happily and it’s one of the biggest wishes parents could have for their children. But the meaning of happiness seems to be blurred; it’s not filled with content yet. How can we figure out what will make us happy?