We all want to make changes in our lives. But we often stay in the ‘wish’ zone. We can take things further by diarising our next action.
Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is a label given to a set of symptoms including emotional instability, unstable relationships, and distorted thinking. Handling such traits can be hard, both for the sufferer, and for friends.
Our fascination with strong leaders is partly a projection of our own desire to get control of our lives. But we don’t need to look ‘out there’, if we can competently become our own bosses.
Sleep is still poorly understood, but it’s clear that it is essential to a healthy mind and body.
When you want to make a positive change in your life, take time to define your current state, define your desired state, and specify exactly what step you are taking now to make progress.
When planning your time, it’s worth being mindful of why you are doing each activity. In particular, prioritise tasks with mutual benefit for both yourself and others.