How to become a Self-Learner?
Practical pointers to enhance your learning skills — Do you enjoy learning? Do you want to grow professionally? Or you want to grow as a person, pursue your hobbies and learn for fun? They say you must be a life-long learner. Learning is not limited to professional growth. I feel, learning is everywhere. We have to acknowledge the…
Don’t force yourself to be happy
#randomthoughts #dailyreflection #selfcare All of us want to be happy in life. Happiness is that one thing people have as a life goal but let me tell you something. It is not a goal. It's a journey that matters. A phase in life comes where everything goes up, and you…
Writing for self-care
Feel better in 5-min — Are you feeling blocked, anxious or empty? Here's how to vent out your random thoughts with a simple self-reflection exercise: Observe what’s going on your mind almost 70% of the time on that day, leaving your working hours aside. Pick up a thread, observe a chain of thoughts for 2-5 min. What tone are your thoughts setting? What kind of emotions are they creating? Reflect consciously on one of them and write it out!
Feel better in 5-min
Are you feeling blocked, anxious or empty?
Here's how to vent out your random thoughts with a simple self-reflection exercise:
- Observe what’s going on your mind almost 70% of the time on that day, leaving your working hours aside.
- Pick up a thread, observe a chain of thoughts for 2-5 min.
- What tone are your thoughts setting? What kind of emotions are they creating?
- Reflect consciously on one of them and write it out!
It's a 5-min quick reflection exercise that I sometimes do consciously or unconsciously (happens automatically).
My secret for filling your Facebook wall/journal/Google keep with random thoughts, a daily dose of internal wisdom. :D :P
You know what, it helps to declutter my mind.
Try it out! :)
11 Important life-lessons making us live a Happy and Content Life
Home Isolation Day 7 — Celebrating my husband’s birthday in isolation gave me a chance to reflect on how we have evolved as humans and what we learned from each other. It’s a rare moment when we think about things we learned from a person whom we take for granted most of the time. I…
What’s Wrong with the Generation: Entitlement or the Ecosystem?
How can we try to fix it? — Yesterday I came across a post where the author mentioned the danger of watching too many success stories, that the new generation thinks it is easy to take radical decisions and they might fall for something which looks cool at the beginning in order to be successful quickly. …
A Quick Reflection on having a Happy, Active and Productive Day
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The Power of Creative Break, Journaling & Lazying around in rediscovering Creativity
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On Routine, Challenges, Productivity and Empowerment
Lessons from COVID — It was an active day today except for the afternoon nap. So my randomness instincts started activating to understand what goes behind an active day. I used to be a random person, not just in thoughts but in actions. I was a person who disliked routine, who didn’t want to…
My Home Isolation Diary: Day 3
Motivation in Practice: Lessons from my Favorite Books — I was writing a long post today, spent about an hour on it but ‘something went wrong on facebook’ and my post suddenly disappeared. What a massive disappointment, what a frustration! How foolish I was to write directly on the Facebook wall without saving it. ufff…. Maybe Facebook understood I…