When you understand that emotions are energy, you’ll realize that they are fluid, moving resources meant to be felt and released. Suppressing and ignoring an emotion is actually harmful as we’ll see later, and is a sign of low emotional intelligence.
One reason we fail at our New Years' Resolutions is that we don’t define our goal well enough. If you say I want to eat healthier, it just doesn’t offer that concrete actionable step that you can actually implement in order to make a healthy choice every day. It remains in the realm of wishful thinking so to say.
If you really want to make a positive change and eat healthier, try focusing on building simple habits in your every day routine. Here are 3 easy steps to do that.
“It’s the most wonderful time of the year”, as the famous Christmas song goes. But for many of us it is also the most stressful time of the year. If you are still busy making final arrangements for the Christmas dinner, still doing your last Christmas shopping, or dealing with some last-minute change of plans, then you probably are feeling the stress this holiday season often brings.