In this age of instant gratification, we've forgotten how important trial and error is. Here's my defense on why you need to try and fail to succeed.
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See, I agree with Shrek when he said that ogres have layers. I also think that us humans, like onions and ogres, have layers. And much like how peeling an onion layer by layer is a slow, gradual process, so do peeling your own layers. As a twenty-something, I honestly believe that there’s still much … Continue reading Four Personality Tests You Can Try Today to Better Know Yourself
I've done this. You've probably done this. Procrastination. But when perfectionism gets into the mix, things get a tad bit more awful.
When I was a kid (and I was unknowingly living the glory days of not having to stress over college) I used to play this game. I called it "Don't Let the Balloon Touch the Floor." It's a simple game: you launch the balloon up in the air and not let it touch the floor. … Continue reading Trying everything all at once achieves nothing
In which I explain the difference between self-acceptance and self-love, and why I find the former more important.
Comparisonitis is real and it sucks. But there's a way to turn it around and actually make it work for you.
Bad days don't last forever. And a bad day doesn't even have to last the ENTIRE day if you don't want it to. Here are 9 simples ideas to turn around a bad day.
Based on experience, it's around this time when people get bummed in reaching their goals. Hol' up and try these things first.
Waking up early at 4 AM is not everyone's cup of tea. And you may not need to do it in order to have a productive day. Yay or nay?