Not too long ago, I had a dream. This was months after a long relationship ended with a parting of the ways and I found myself once again open to developing a new relationship. Not something that happens right away for sure.
Do you have flaky friends? Who do you surround yourself with? Do you find it expends your energy to be with your friends? Take the time to start building a new friendship with people who give you positive energy.
Even in our fast-paced world, some things take longer to change. One hundred and fifteen years after the Suffragettes fought for the right to vote, many women still aren’t treated equally in all areas of society. The workplace is one area where these disadvantages are apparent. Certain fields like tech, finance and politics are still dominated by men. However, you can help to change this. Here’s how!
Counting down can help lead to relaxation. When you are feeling overwhelmed or frustrated, find a quiet space and take the time to count down. If you are able, try relaxing a body part for each count. You will feel more relaxed and ready to take on the task at hand.
It's essential to believe in yourself but take the next step and invest in yourself. Read books or blogs that help you achieve your goal, learn to manage your money, never stop educating yourself. Invest in you.
For our final stop on our high tea tour, we discovered this fun and modern tea house in Vancouver. Kathy and I both have to say what an impressive tea selection they had! Enjoy.
You've probably read articles about how healthcare costs for retirees being astronomically high. The last projection that I saw pegged this cost at $280,000.
Surround yourself with pictures that make you happy or create calm. You can create a display at your desk that helps bring joy and reminds you of the happiness in your life.
For our second stop on our high tea tour, Kathy and I went to Langley to the coziest little white house, enjoy!