Being online has pretty much become part of everyday life for many people around the world. Whether it's to remain connected to loved ones (no matter how far apart), share our adventures and experiences or access and exchange significant information/news events; the internet and social media have the power to quickly amplify and influence many people.
If you could give your younger self some advice, what would it be? Moments of introspection like this are frequently prompted by a desire to better understand ourselves, deepen self-acceptance, boost self-compassion or offer a reminder about how far we've come.
In terms of your mental, emotional or physical well-being; if I was to ask you what you need right now, what would your answer be? Sometimes self-care involves implementing practices that allow us to withstand (and then recover) from issues and challenges that come our way; every so often, self-care is survival.
Travel and transportation play a substantial role in fueling unsustainable levels of climate change. With road vehicles, rail, shipping and aviation accounting for approximately a quarter of global energy-related carbon dioxide emissions; it's clear that urgent environmental innovation is needed within these industries — as well as changes to our own behaviours and choices.
The truth about heartbreak is it's an inevitable part of life; but as disheartening as that may seem, nestled within that inevitability, frequently forgotten, remains the fact that you're surrounded by those who've likely survived it too. Many people can support you and act as a reminder that you will recover, you will heal, and you can rebuild.
Over time there's been an increase in awareness and acceptance of how health and wellness practices are an integral part of our mental, emotional and physical well-being. Advocating for taking charge of our needs has gradually become a welcomed (even celebrated) social norm; with discussions and actions around health being more openly explored than ever before.
If you're a blogger, chances are you've experienced some of the ups and downs of managing your own site/content. Depending on how long you've been doing it, some of these frustrations may have come around more than once; alternatively, you may be starting out and want to prepare for what's less appealing about blogging.
If you've ever been in a long-distance relationship or you're in one now; you probably already know that coming together after time spent apart is one of the most anticipated aspects of loving at a distance. So, what do you need to know before you see each other again?