Don’t you wish you knew exactly how to compartmentalize—your thoughts, emotions, even your stuff? Well, putting your stuff in shelves is for another discussion, for I’ll be talking about compartmentalizing what we think of in our everyday life.
It sure can be difficult, can’t it? Imagine going through a difficult challenge in your life right now—job-hunting, breaking up with your lover or going through a natural calamity—and yet you must still be able to handle your daily routine as if none of those is happening.
Don’t get me wrong. I’m not saying you should suppress your emotions. I’ll never do that myself. But I know there’s a time to reflect and think about things. Learning how to compartmentalize means knowing how to manage yourself such that you still get to do what needs to get done. Not knowing how to compartmentalize may mean serious trouble for you in the long run—you might daydream, find yourself worrying too much over something small or get anxious over your bills which are due in two weeks—all throughout the day (and almost every day).
You’re finally alone. After all the noise and time-snatchers you had to deal with for the past two hours, you managed to place yourself somewhere no one can finally disturb you. You start with the real work for the day. And you’re actually enthusiastic about it.
But—you’re still interrupted. That is, if you have actually started. You try to look for other things to do instead, but you remember that the one you’re doing is top priority.
Mental focus could be an everyday battle; at least it gets distracted once a day. The effects can be annoying or worse, exhausting. Imagine you’re already doing the most important task at the right time when you’re most efficient, but you seem to be distracted without any reasons at all.
Insecurity comes in many forms and with different causes. Each of us lives differently, on our own, and we’re simply exposed to different environments which could be a stimulus in one way or another for any type of insecurity.
There are plenty of facets in which insecure people struggle. All of which may generally fall under career, relationships, health, spirituality or personality.
For example, you may be insecure about your career because for a long time you’ve been waiting for the promotion, or a raise, but it seems that nothing is going to change soon. Or you may not feel so confident with your significant other because you think you’re not the type who’s worth keeping. Health is wealth, but you may be fearful you couldn’t afford keeping up with good health. You may also be unsure about your spiritual beliefs and because of that, you study any materials you can lay your hands on. Do you hate some of your mannerisms? Would you consider them as a source of your insecurities?
You’re busy, admit it. In one way or another, there comes a time when you want your total focus on something. You want to take control so you can carry on with minimal or no problems at all.
Distractions are among those problems.
Everybody has their own level of tolerance for distractions. Some could be easily distracted; some seem to have been given the gift to block distractions even in the noisiest environments.
Learning is an everyday process we come face to face with and a vital part of our life. It shows new knowledge so we can basically survive, and much more, enjoy what could actually be achieved.
The value of making up your mind to learn another new lesson is priceless. But you have to make sure you’re indeed able to embrace it and it’s going to stick. In such a case, a conditioned mind may be all you need.
There shouldn’t be a contest on the idea that happiness is a choice. It comes from within us. Sure, a lot of things may trigger happiness, but at the end of the day, we can never deny that it is us responsible for it. Even if it doesn’t seem so.
Now, that road to happiness you’re at, or have just chosen, comes with some little habits. Yes, they’re habits of happy people. They’ll be like your guards of happiness that may already have existed before you realize. They may have been in you for so long they may just be sleeping, only waiting for you as you march on towards everyday life.
You may be living your dream job—you have waited for it literally all your life. Be careful, however. This dream job of yours will most probably bring you some hiccups and hassle along the way.
Below are eight tips to help yourself recondition or start anew, giving little to no chance for stress factors that just untiringly try to knock you down. Talk about a nuisance early in the morning!
Thinking intellectually makes you exercise the rational and logical portion of your brain; however, thinking intuitively takes you to where all your deep knowledge and wisdom are rooted in.
Read on to learn about ways to improve the physical and spiritual aspects of your life by believing in your gut instincts.
Change in attitude is essential if you want a happier life. It wouldn’t matter what happens outside. How you think about yourself as you see things in general is what’s important.
Here are some tips you can use on how to be more positive. These might just be the only tips you’ll need to have that bliss in your life.