If you’ve ever tried to give something up or cut back on things like phone use, alcohol, sugar, TV, smoking, it’s possible that it was a challenge.
Category: Finding Balance
Accidental wellbeing is situational. Intentional wellbeing is strategic.
Exercise: like it or loathe it, for many it remains one of the things in life they’d still like to get a handle on.
In a world where people are increasingly looking to up their game, do you find you have no problems in meeting the expectations of others, but where your own desires are concerned… erm (insert flushed face emoji), it just seems to not happen?
Some of us in life are, by our own admission, ‘all or nothing’. For the most part – we don’t especially get on with moderation. If we’re doing a thing, we’re balls-out doing it, and if we’re not, then we’re really not.
When life meets our expectations in any area, we feel balanced. Our personal composition (the way we are internally wired) means that ‘balance’ equates to different things for each of us. One persons’ happy is anothers’ horror. Feeling stressed in any given area is usually the result of an imbalance that often isn’t addressed until it’s become critical.
As the notion of having a life coach or mentor becomes more commonplace, it’s good to note that although the terms are often used interchangeably, there are differences between the two. Naturally, there’s overlap and it by no means is an exact science, but the following may help if you are looking to develop yourself personally.