Socialising nowadays means mostly spending time looking at people’s digital profiles, rather than looking at their actual faces. It’s as if there was any real knowledge of how someone is doing or who they truly are in their carefully and deliberately filtered photos and their effortless reposts of other people’s(…)

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explosive implosions

Implosion and explosion are possible within the same matter simultaneously. You explode with certain actions, gestures, and words to contradict your true feelings, to conceive them. Yet same time, you implode because of all the actions you haven’t taken, all the gestures you waited over and all the words you(…)

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life changing Make Me Unbreakable

.. so that is the wonderful programme i signed up for. A studio for ladies only. It’s not just fitness. I’ve been getting in shape and having amazing results for 5 months now. I’m losing weight but as a part of a personalised mind coaching, creating new healthy habits, meditation, socialising,(…)

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Trust Fall

When taking risks, trust fall is far more rewarding than taking a leap of faith, more pleasurable. When we jump forward, we can see when Life is showing us the middle finger even before we hit the ground. When we fall bakwards, there is nothing but blue skies above us. That(…)

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on memes

Memes are funny, but maybe too funny. They make a comedy out of managing emotions, stress levels, priorities, relaxation, lack of motivation..all the important aspects influencing our well-being. And there is a fundamental question about their purpose: is looking at such meme helping someone fight Sunday blues (personally I love(…)

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passing ships

In the end, we are just lone sailors commanding our ships. But if you are blessed with someone’s ship sailing close enough to yours to touch them, don’t pirate their ship. Be an ally. Be an ally or sail away from them, even just slightly. The life waters are vast(…)

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impact book: “the chimp paradox”

“..the mind management programme for confidence, success and happiness” by Dr Steve Peters. I was sceptical when it came to self-help literature, even more so being a stubborn and independent specimen of a human being that knows everything best.. until I came across this book. And as with every ‘first’(…)

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