Worrying

I worry often, and as many of the people that know me would confirm – I “live in my head” a large part of the time. Overthinking has often made me unnecessarily worried, tired, grumpy and whatnot. In fact worrying can lead to some serious health problems such as stomach and digestion issues, weakening of the immune system, skin conditions such as psoriasis, hearth problems and difficulty sleeping. The most important part about worrying is that it’s in our heads. And that means we have a certain level of control over it – it depends on our perspective and what we have focused on. Continue reading

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Fatigue

One of the chief causes of fatigue is boredom.
I know a bit unintuitive but it actually is true. Studies have been done that show that the brain as a muscle cannot fatigue on its own. However, hormones have been found in the blood that are common with fatigue in cases when the subjects were not interested and were bored with the tasks at hand. Continue reading

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The paradox of precious

This paradox is especially apparent when you have to let go of something precious. For example, when you travel and visit a place – unique, it fits you, you are connected to every element there – the people, the weather, the way you spend your time. It feels as if it is the perfect moment, nothing you wish to change, you appreciate every detail. And then it’s time to leave. Continue reading

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Sport?

Why should anyone bother to do sport? Yeah, all the health benefits and stuff, but there’s more to it. Almost ten years ago now I had an asthma, couldn’t run 100 meters without getting blue and blacking-out, used to spend around 8-10 hours in front of the computer and looked like this: Continue reading

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What can you take with you?

There was a king who had three sons. He heard of an amazing garden in another kingdom and decided to send his three sons to visit the garden, learn about it then come back home and build a similar one. He also wanted to use the task as a test to see which of them would be a suitable leader to take his place as a head of the kingdom. Continue reading

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