|Most of us have been staying at home a lot more recently, given the circumstances. For myself, I would classify myself as mostly introverted meaning I am okay to spend time by myself, doing individual activities like blogging or reading. I am completely okay spending a lot of time inside and tend to keep myself busy. However, I also enjoy being in surroundings that are calm and personalized with items that have meaning to me.
|Whenever we meet someone who is really confident and charismatic, we are often left in awe. “How are they so confident?!” we wonder, as we closely watch to try and figure out what makes them this way.
|Your health is important, but that doesn’t mean one is more important than the other. Often, when you hear people talking about health, they are usually talking about physical health as this is the more common topic to discuss.
|COVID-19 has taken its toll on pretty much everything, from the obvious things like the population’s health and the economy, to the not-so-obvious like people’s stress and anxiety levels. By using stress management techniques, you’ll be able to keep a positive mind during quarantine, even if you’re in a place with spikes and subsequent stiff restrictions.
|Although physical distancing measures appear to be easing for the time being, and with them the “stay indoors” slogan that’s predominated the last few months, chances are you’ll be spending more time inside than a normal summer. That doesn’t mean you should let your guard down, though.
|Deciding to give yourself a total life makeover doesn’t mean you have to sign up for Extreme Makeover. Besides the fact that the show was cancelled in 2007 (yes, I just now realized that 10+ years later), you shouldn’t want to turn yourself into Barbie nor have a midlife crisis as inspiration to improve yourself, mentally and physically. Sometimes, it’s easy to fall into a rut given the routine of life, am I right?
|Fact: A 2018 survey by the Federal Reserve indicated 40% of Americans would not be able to cover a $400 emergency. In Canada, household debt rose in the first quarter as the COVID-19 pandemic began to take hold of the economy.
|Living in the 21st century is no piece of cake. In today’s fast-paced world, we have to constantly pressurize ourselves to keep up with the rat race that we are all involved in.
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