Looking for a good man?

What is a good man anyway? A very common problem when searching for your ideal partner is that most people haven’t gone through the process of figuring out what they want. While this is the purpose of dating, most people go on a date, and see how they feel. There is nothing wrong with that approach but if you never learn from the experience when it doesn’t work out, you will very likely just keep attracting the same kind of people and making the same kinds of mistakes. One thing you can do to improve your chances of finding someone … Continue reading

What do I master in life

Time should be spent mastering any skill you are passionate about that will lead you to where you want to go in life, whether that is programming computers or something else. If you are not sure where you want to go, spend your time trying as many new things (not drugs or illegal activities of course) and doing your best to be the best version of yourself until you find it. You are better and more capable that you think. Only commit to things that are meaningful to you and be kind to those you meet along the way. You … Continue reading

Information Overload? Refill your bucket

Your brain needs time to process information it is absorbing. If you don’t give it that space, it may lead to information overload where you start to feel overwhelmed all the time. If you are feeling overwhelmed and experiencing information overload, try balancing your lifestyle. Here are some ways to refill your bucket: Get away — Take some time (12 to 48 hours) away from work/school and technology. Reconnect with nature — Go hiking or camping in nature — tech free style! Break your day up — Take more frequent (like 20+ of them) but shorter 1-2 minute breaks throughout … Continue reading

Figuring Yourself Out with Self-Discovery

Been on the road to self-discovery for a while?┬áDon’t be too hard on yourself. People are always changing as a result of their life experiences, whether they realize it or not. So don’t be too surprised if, shortly after you think you’ve figured yourself out, you discover that you didn’t get it quite perfect. This goes for trying to figure out other people as well. — Michael Milette … Continue reading