Self Care Is Being Self Aware

It’s beautiful to have a craft that takes your mind off things, to be able to travel at your leisure, and to be around people that you have healthy relationships with.

If you fiend for something, now, that’s when it becomes a problem.

Just as pleasures are important, it’s also crucial to get to know the woman/man in the mirror. Do you like you? Do you know why you have an issue with your life and are constantly looking to get away from it?

Take charge and take control by diving within. Constantly seeking to escape will eventually get exhausting, and after some time those things won’t make you happy anymore.

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Motivation For Both Employees And Self Employed

Find your peace and create more of it. Learn what makes you smile, laugh and feel good.

If you are working for yourself create balance around your environment so that you can provide value to your clients.

If you are working for someone else, go into work with an attitude of gratitude. Cultivate a space where you are building your skills. Be thankful for that job, even while looking for another.

It’s always about having a great mindset and an unstoppable perspective.

That’s how you win.

❤️

Sincerely,

Aura Of Wealth

5 Easy Tips & Tricks That Will Help You Achieve A Normal Skin Balance

To help you maintain a healthy and glowing skin, Dr. Ally Ray has put together 5 tips and tricks that could set you on the right path to a perfect skin.

Let’s see what they are:

1. Get enough sleep

Stress is one of the factors that may affect skin. And when you don’t get a break for it, the results could be disastrous. So make sure you get enough sleep – at least 8 hours every night. During a sleep cycle, the body recovers itself from daily stress and when you cut short those hours of sleep, the skin could age prematurely. On the other hand, I’m sure you noticed how after a good night’s sleep you wake up with fresh-looking skin. So make sure you get at least 8 hours of rest per night.

2. Hydrate your skin from the inside out

Drinking at least at least eight to ten glasses of water a day can really make a difference. Or, if you prefer something sweeter, I recommend around five servings of fresh fruits or vegetables.

3. Don’t forget about sunscreen

It’s been widely known and accepted that prolonged sun exposure could wreak havoc on the skin. So if you must really be in the sun, I recommend you apply a good sunscreen on your skin. Try to find something with an SPF of 30 and above so you won’t have to reapply it that often during the day.

4. Keep your phone clean

Yes, you read that right. Your phone is the perfect breeding ground for tons of bacteria. When coming in contact with one’s face, these bacteria can cause nasty breakouts. So try to always make sure you have a small bottle of disinfectant on hand. Keeping your phone clean could also improve the state of your skin.

5. Mind the shower temperature

It’s very tempting to just stay in the shower for dozens of minutes at a time. There’s nothing as calming and refreshing as having that stream of hot water hit your face. In reality, all you need is 5-10 minutes of a lukewarm shower. Try to avoid using very hot water on your skin because this could lead to excessive dryness and even rashes.

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Business & Mental Health: An Entrepreneurs Series

The most valuable thing a person can have is their individual peace. With a clear mind you can accomplish nearly anything.

Over the last few years the term “self care” has been thrown into pop cultures vocabulary and associated with spa days for women, and talking to the bros for men. But the real conversation is still yet to happen on a authentic and widely relatable level.

When the topic of self care arises there is often a bullet point list of things to do to help you with your mental and physical health but no one dives into the unthinkable: mental illness and entrepreneurship.

It is said that the world needs more compassion when it comes to mental illness, but truth be told it’s a very complex experience for all involved. On one hand, we have the stigma of what it is assumed to look like when witnessing someone with a mental health impairment, and on the other we have the inside of the mind of someone with such diagnosis.

If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?” is a philosophical thought experiment that raises questions regarding observation and perception. (Via Wikipedia)

If a man says he is depressed, but never is professionally diagnosed how serious do we take him?

We live in a fake caring culture where so much is politically correct that no one can decide what’s suitable to be correct. And when living with a mental illness it makes this complicated world even more complicated. Instead of admitting that there isn’t always a right or wrong answer we find ourselves debating over who received the most liked answers.

To respect one anothers differences it’s time to acknowledge that mental health self care is not monolithic. Especially when it comes to owning, running or developing a business. Discovering what helps you function with some type of normalcy takes some real deep diving into self discovery.

Managing a business is a challenge in its own, managing a business when experiencing depression, racing thoughts, paranoia, delusions, or mania is like a forced roller coaster ride. You know it will come to an end at some point, but during its intensity it feels like forever.

Therefore, how do you manage to manage? You dedicate yourself to yourself. For yourself. No one can help you better than the person in the mirror. If you want success as someone with a mental health issue you have to dissect your habits so that you will continue to understand your triggers and your best moments.

This plays out to be true for those who have anxiety but still seeks to have a profitable business despite their personal obstacles. And it can be done.

If your mental health is starting to affect your physical health, treat yourself like you are sick and take days off as needed.

‘Business & Mental Health’ will be a series of articles dedicated to the success of those who may struggle with the belief or willpower of winning due to a chemical imbalance.

Articles written are based on human experiences and events. Seek professional medical advice and attention as needed.

Best Regards,
Kadesh Carter-Menes

EarthyRealist.com

10 Rules Confident People Live By

  1. They know and accept who they are.
  2. They believe in themselves.
  3. They don’t let negative self talk enter their mind.
  4. They challenge themselves.
  5. They have a positive outlook on life.
  6. They’re comfortable in their own skin.
  7. They’re grateful for life’s blessings.
  8. They don’t fear life’s challenges.
  9. They don’t seek outside validation.
  10. They surround themselves with people who believe in them.

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