Meditation has changed the game for me. I have given a rather average comparison between Headspace and Waking Up. Both are great guided meditation apps, but I may have found my new favourite.
Happiness is a touch and go subject. It is something that I think about often in relation to everyday life and what it is that creates happiness. Should we even be chasing it, is the real question?
My whole life has consisted of me galavanting from one place to another, from one activity to another, from one interest to another -- I think 2018 will be no different. But, I am slowly finding my voice and my purpose which is liberation at it's finest.
KNOW THYSELF. Understanding who you are and what you are made of is the greatest asset you have -- many of us, however, don't even know where to begin.
After Dan Harris, the host of Good Morning America, had a complete meltdown on air, he searched for a solution to the voices converging in his head that ultimately lead to his mental stutters. He wrote a book called 10% Happier: How I Tamed the Voice in My Head, Reduced Stress Without Losing My Edge, and Found Self-Help That Actually Works— although the title does sound a tad misleading, it couldn’t be more true. Hearing about his book lead me to Headspace which ultimately got me into meditation.
If you have trouble sleeping or wake up feeling like crap, this is the post for you. I share a concoction that will knock you out and ensure you sleep like baba.
I've never been an avid reader. In the last three years, however, this has changed. I read to learn. I read to imbibe. I read to live. Reading has this uncanny ability to open your eyes and see the world for what it is. Below is the list of books that have had a major influence on my life, so far. My goal is to be a lifelong learner. As Tony Robbins would say, “If you’re not growing, you’re dying."