All We Have is Today

If all we have is today, so why should we worry about tomorrow or yesterday? For these things are not in our control, and worrying is simply a waste of time. In St Paul’s letter to the Philippians, he shares this inspiring message, “Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition,Continue reading “All We Have is Today”

Get On With It

No matter how you’ve woken up or what frustrations overcome you in the morning, you must get on with it. Get on with your day and tick off your checklist as you planned. Do not let the doubters or the contrarians stuff up your day. You were born with strength and you have the courageContinue reading “Get On With It”

What Does the Longest Study on Adult Development Tell Us About Life?

Human relationships and interactions are essential to our longevity and happiness. A Harvard study dating back to 1938 still continues on today. It is the oldest study of it’s type in existence and unlocks many key answers to living a long, happy and fulfilled life. Waldinger, the director of the Harvard Study of Adult Development, saidContinue reading “What Does the Longest Study on Adult Development Tell Us About Life?”

What If We Never Quit?

What if we never quit on the things that really mattered? What would it mean for who we are now or who we could be in the future? It would mean a stronger will power and a more decisive attitude. When we don’t quit it’s because we care about what we’re working towards and anythingContinue reading “What If We Never Quit?”

Everyone Has A Story

When you look around in society you notice many people, but how many of them do you actually tie no prejudice or assumptions to? It’s hard wired within us to make assumptions, but it can often be a limiting trait. Here’s how it works. You see a ferocious dog with extremely sharp teeth, is fearContinue reading “Everyone Has A Story”

Natalia’s Story, Bipolar Recovery

Keeping well when you have bipolar is an interesting concept. For some it revolves exclusively around managing moods. For others it means fitting life around moods. For me, and others like me who are deep into a recovery that seems to be holding, it’s about keeping an eye, and investing in the things that help us all boost our mental health.