Tag: anxiety

Timeless Wisdom – #habits

‘We are what we repeatedly do, that’s why excellence is not an act but a habit,’ – said Aristotel.  Think about your activities of the last week, today and the next week (you can take a month if you wish). The person you’d like to be, or the person you see yourself as – how

Continue reading

Timeless Wisdom – #acceptance

We all know – shit happens. What is easiest to change: your opinion about it or the shit that already happened?  The answer is obvious: accept your shit! Accept rather than to fight every little thing you can’t probably change.  But be smart, my friend! Instead of simply accepting of ‘shit’ – try to enjoy…whatever

Continue reading

The Food To Die For…

#1 CHOCOLATE “Chocolate is meant to be eaten with a smile on your face, and love in your heart.” Anthony T. Hincks Hands down, nothing feels better than the taste of the chocolate! And even if you are on get-my-butt-in-shape-diet, you still can eat 37 gram of dark chocolate every day. Or more. Why? 1.It’s

Continue reading

Ancient Wisdom — via Pointless Overthinking

Sometime these days I came across some ancient wise words: “Plant a thought and you’ll pick an action; Plant an action and you’ll pick a habit; Plant a habit and you’ll pick a character; Plant a character and you’ll pick a destiny.” – Random Wise Ancient Dude or Dudette […] via Ancient Wisdom — Pointless Overthinking

Continue reading

Timeless Wisdom – #FoodForThought

British biologist Richard Peto noticed an unusual paradox – if the chance of a single cell in the body becoming cancerous is the same across all animals, then larger, longer-lived species, such as elephants, should develop many more cancers than humans, as their bodies contain many more cells. Yet…elephants hardly ever get cancer, and in

Continue reading