Financial health is just as important as the other types of wellness. Money makes the world go around, but money problems can stop your world in its tracks entirely. At A Change for Better, we can’t promise to make you rich; what we can promise, though, is to help you understand money better.
From investigating what to do when you hit serious money worries to providing insight into budgeting, protecting your assets, and utilising every resource you have to maximise your income and potential, we’ve got numerous assets to read here. Each article is designed to help inspire you, to show you that the problems you face have solutions, and that you can find these solutions with enough searching.
Financial health can be hard to come to have consistently, but we can show you the best way to help retain happiness with what you have. Often, our financial health is brought down by our own demands and desires with regards to money. We want to show you that such a lifestyle is not necessary, and that you can turn things around pretty quickly with even a change in perspective.
It’s not always possible to be swimming in cash, but we can show you both how to use your money better, and how to view your money before turning it into an asset that works for you, not against you.
Upon falling into journaling, though, I soon realised the massive benefit it provided to my overall worldview. So, to help you avoid the same mistakes, here are some very useful journal prompts for mental health.
Without doubt, one of the most gratifying and significant life changes I made was getting involved in mediation. While many people may intend to try it out, most of us lack the time, the space, or the patience to give it 100%. For years, I was the same – until I finally gave it a proper chance.
In life, one of the most effective tools I have found for self-progression stems from starting a journal. I’ve recently spoke about how a journal can bring you happiness, but I also want to show you how to start one.
Life comes at us in various ways, but most of the time we can often break it down to a ‘good’ or ‘bad’ day. Like you, I’ve had my fair share of both kinds of day over the years – I’ve endured horrific days and enjoyed amazing days. However, one thing that I’ve worked on across many years is the ability to feel better when I’m not having such a good day.
The world that we live in can feel both incredibly kind and incredibly cruel depending on where you look. As someone who has been lucky enough to experience immense kindness and vicious cruelty, I have been on both sides of this fence. However, without doubt one of the most effective ways to live a happy and healthy life, I have always found, is to initiate some random acts of kindness.
In life, one of the most common issues that we can face stems from an inability to know what tomorrow hold. For me, and likely for you, that uncertainty can be quite off-putting and unsettling. If you find yourself in that particular position, you might find it hard to snap free and to find focus once again.
Life is, for most of us, about finding happiness and contentment. Yet it’s not an absolute construct. Most of the time, we assume someone who is awash with cash and social opportunity to be the happiest. We also assume someone living week to week with no social activity to be deeply unhappy. But is that always the case? In my life, I’ve found it’s nowhere near the case at all.
As you’ll remember from my previous article on egocentrism, the imaginary audience is a term used to describe human fascination in what others think of them. Like actors in a play, each person in society believing they are playing out a role to their adoring audience.
There are many types of self care. Today we are going to talk about all the types of self care you can participate in from a holistic standpoint. I will outline each of the wellness pillars and identify ways to meet the challenges of each.
If you were to look at some of the most highly productive people of our day, you’d see they have very similar habits in common.