Tag: self-help

  • Sometimes you need to move backwards in order to move forward

    Sometimes you need to move backwards in order to move forward

    Advertisements Starting at the beginning I’ve been thinking about writing this post for a while, but I was waiting for the right time. When I first started as a website developer, I landed my first job, which I expected to be a junior role. It was at a junior salary, but they were looking for […]

  • Making and Breaking Habits

    It’s now the start of a new year, and people start to think of new goals. They may start to think about the new habits they want to create to achieve their goals. Thinking of losing weight? It would be best if you built habits which will allow you to lose weight. Want to write that book? You need to try and enforce writing habits which will allow you to complete your writing goal.

  • Focus Keeper is an extraordinarily brilliant Pomodoro Timer

    Find out how you can stay productive using a Pomodoro timer.

  • Positivity can’t be kept daily

    This one may seem like a bit of a downer. Positivity can’t be kept 100% of the time, and today is like this for me. I felt a bit down and I can’t figure out why. It could be because I had to go to work during a snow day. It could also be the fact that there wasn’t much snow here. I absolutely love the snow, and I love playing in it. Call me a big kid, ask me if I’m going to grow up. The truth is, it’s a magical time that I don’t experience enough.

  • Silencing your anxieties

    A few days ago, I wrote a Tweet on the best ways to silence your anxiety/depression. When I was going through terrible anxiety due to work (talking about throwing up). I found gaming was the most helpful thing for me. I could game for hours and because my mind was so focused, nothing else mattered.

  • Plant trees and stay focused

    I have recently been trying to find some apps that will help me with my focus. I used an app called impulse blocker which would block any website that you would add to the list. You can enable and disable it whenever you liked, but I often found I would just disable it for a large duration of time and then become easily distracted.

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