After my public meltdown, I decided it's time to unplug and that's exactly what I did. I made some big changes regarding my use of internet and to my surprise, it wasn't hard at all! That means two things: I wasn't addicted ( I never thought I was, actually) and I was REALLY fed up with the whole internet thing. I might do a little unplugging challenge for those of you that feel similar. It will be fun, going against the grain kind of thing, but not to much of a pain in the..... Yet again, it depends on how much of an internet person are you.
PS- This past month, I only used internet when it was necessary (banking, emails) or pure fun.
I didn't have that much of a success with ditching chocolate though, but I'm back on track now. Didn't have much of a success with regularly attending tai chi and gym too, but I'm hoping to be back in the game soon. I ditched mindfulness classes: it's not time for organized and planned mindfulness yet, but I started to use relaxation, colouring books and quiet time daily.
Where I’ve been:
Just around :)
What I’ve watched on tv/netflix :
The walking dead
What I’ve read :
'Perfectionists' Sara Shepard
Sara Shepard is my ultimate favourite young adult writer.
I love her spin on teenage life. 'Perfectionists' is another great novel. It's nerve wracking sometimes, but that is what makes it a page turner! Reading part 2 ('Good girls') very soon.
'Relax in a minute' Tony Wrighton
Sound cheesy I know, but it contains some good advice and visualization techniques that can be useful (even in a workplace).
My favourite blog post :
Love Thyself from Living in Mommywood
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