Here at Goodlife ZEN we’re all about supporting you to lead a happier and more meaningful life. And one of the main modern diseases that kills happiness and meaning is…complication.
Complication is rife in our modern lifestyles: complicated relationships, over busy work and home life and brains overloaded with information and choices!
The answer is to simplify your life. But how?
Luckily we’ve got a great infographic that breaks things down into simple steps.
Give your stress wings and let it fly away. ~Terri Guillemets
Does the sound of your alarm stress you out?
Because deep down you’re dreading another day?
Another day you feel overwhelm creeping up on you. Another day you just can’t stop stressing through.
Another day you secretly wish you could forget before it’s even started, but one you know you’ll remember again for all the wrong reasons.
Are you blue?
According to ‘experts’ this Monday was ‘The Most Depressing Day Of The Year’.
Nicknamed ‘Blue Monday’ Dr. Cliff Arnall insisted it was one of the most depressing days ever:
Credit card bills are a big problem after Christmas, snow, ice and floods are causing worries, and many feel a lack of motivation.
Well, here at GoodlifeZEN, we believe happiness is more an internal matter than external,
In today’s modern world you are continuously bombarded with what’s good, how it increases your happiness and why you absolutely must have this product or that service.
Marketers tell you that the key to happiness is spending or consuming more, associating positivity with ownership and fame.
Politicians tell you that a strong economy can help create more happiness and contentment.
But the question is; do these things really play a role in bringing eternal happiness?
You don’t know what’s wrong with you.
No matter what you try, you can’t conquer the exhaustion that drags you down all day.
Friends and colleagues ask if you’re okay, and you always reply that you’re tired.
You need energy now, but most “solutions” are disasters.
Naps backfire. You snooze the day away, only to wake up more exhausted than before.
Caffeine prevents sleep but doesn’t fix the root problem,
Few are those who see with their own eyes and feel with their own hearts. Einstein
What do you do when you feel stuck in life?
Do you listen to your heart?
Or do you weigh the situation? Sum up pros and cons. Think about it. Then think about it some more.
All the while you feel increasingly anxious and overwhelmed.
You think: if only there was an easy solution to making difficult decisions.
Silence is golden.
But for the entirety of my young life, I needed noise. Music, TV, something had to be going on or I felt antsy. Time was a valuable thing, and if I wasn’t using every second of it, what a waste! I carried that feeling right into my adulthood, and you would rarely find me without some kind of distracting sound in the background: a stereo set to my favorite rock station,
Are you waiting for your dreams to come true?
Do you await that one day in the far future when you can start living the life that’s possible for you?
Have a bucket list filled with your deepest desires?
Most likely, you have a long list of things you want to experience and accomplish some day.
However… that someday may never come.
If you spend your life working at an unfulfilling job,
Isn’t that just your luck?
Another year of no opportunities.
Another year of Lady Luck bypassing your door.
Another year of the same old same old…nothing.
Some people just seem to attract good fortune. Once in a lifetime opportunities fall from the sky into their laps.
Some people just have all the luck.
Or do they?
Can it really be that some people are just born lucky?
Calmness is the cradle of power
Josiah Gilbert Holland
Some people amaze me.
They smile in the midst of the biggest challenges, breathe into both joy and struggle, and dance during whatever song is being played, as if the rhythm of life asks no less of them.
They are simply calm.
We all want to be those people. We all want to know what it feels like to not automatically lose it when the going gets tough.