Other people are fighting some of the same battles as you. We’re all trying to make sense of our lives and our surroundings. This is the human condition. And there are people who actually do understand precisely what you are going through, but that doesn’t make it any less painful or less scary.
The most obvious way to mix up your scenery includes going somewhere new. Take a vacation. Explore. Relocate. Change jobs. Totally change everything. If that’s not in the near future or doesn’t sound appealing, explore new areas around you. Take a new route home from work. Explore a […]
That first step towards your ultimate goal needs to be realistic in order to be achievable. Start small. You’ll get there.
A very easy vanilla cupcake recipe and has very basic ingredients you’re likely to have in the pantry now. So whip up some cupcakes for whatever event you’re celebrating 🙂
I’ve searched the question “How do I eat like a normal person” on Google many times over the years. Other variations: What time do normal people eat lunch? What do normal people eat? How can I stop eating everything? Why can’t I eat like a normal person? Why am I afraid of food? And on and on. So, Past Self, I’m going to answer your questions right here in case anyone else has the same questions and just can’t get a straight answer from their Google searches.
Your yoga practice/exercise regimen/ LIFE in general is not the same as anyone else’s. Your extended hand to big toe pose may look absolutely nothing like this stock image model’s lovely demonstration on a pristine beach.
No amount of food will ever fill the gaping void inside of you when it stems from discontent, anger, loneliness, boredom, sadness, frustration, etc. Deal with the feelings. Get your needs met. Food is not the answer to all of life’s problems.