Tag: Self-improvement (page 5 of 5)

How to Lose Weight Guide: 5 Universal Truths About Weight Loss

Excess weight has always been a struggle for me. Ever since I remember myself, I’ve always loved to eat. Like many of us, I loved to eat sweet, salty, fat and unhealthy in general. Basically anything that tastes good I would eat. To make things even worse, I have always had an addictive personality. Whenever something pleasant would come my way, I would keep doing it over and over, and in large quantities. This especially concerns food. Long story short, my love for food and the disability to make realistic judgments about my lifestyle led me to develop a binge eating habit.

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Decision-making: How to Make the Right Decisions?

Writing my last post about how I became a vegetarian left me thinking about how some decisions lead to positive outcomes, while some lead to not so positive ones. In any case, I thought a lot about the recent decisions that I have had to make. I must say that there have been quite a few, and are many yet to come. I personally think that decision-making is one of the most difficult tasks that we are required to handle on a regular basis.

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Happiness Exercise One: Awareness and Gratitude

As I was leaving my brother’s place, I felt a little sad and depressed, a lack of happiness in my life. I had visited him to watch the ice hockey world cup semifinal game, where Russia had lost. This wasn’t in any way a big loss for me personally, but my mood was a little off. Many of you sports fans can relate to this, I am sure. Long story short, it was getting late and I took off home. As I walked out of the building that my brother lives in, I noticed that I felt a little empty. I can’t say that everything is perfect in my life at the moment, and just like with everyone else, if I choose to, I can get sad over very many things in a matter minutes. I chose not to.

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Exercise and Sports – Life’s First Aid

Today I want to talk a little about physical exercise and the notion of sports in general. As I have already mentioned in my first blog post, my main objective is to inspire others to grow, evolve and develop, while doing the same for myself. My core belief is that in order to become successful in life, whether it is financially, spiritually or in any other way, one must begin by taking care of their body. Even the Bible refers to the body as a temple for the soul that one should honor.

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