Ghosting - I didn't even know this term until a couple of days ago when I was reading a Facebook post by Jade Teta of Metabolic Effect - according to Jade 'for those who don't know ghosting is when a friend (romantic or otherwise) starts ignoring all your communication. Texts go without a reply, calls don't get returned etc. Apparently a huge percent of adults engage in this behaviour rather than just having a conversation. This leaves the ghosted person often confused and hurt.'. This has happened to me, and to others I know, and I hadn't known there was an actual name for it! This week's blog gives my personal insight on this and some tips, guidance and such like as to how I have managed being 'ghosted' - hopefully they'll help you too if you've ever experienced and/or are experiencing it too.
I’m personally of the opinion that it doesn’t matter what job you do, what qualifications you do and don’t have, how much money you have, as long as you’re happy, you have a roof over your head, food on the table and are continually evolving and developing and doing what enables you to be true to yourself.
However, not all people are of the same opinion, which is fair enough, we don’t all have to agree and we are all entitled to our own opinions but … I don’t think it’s right to categorise jobs into those that are so called ‘proper’ jobs and those that aren’t. It’s also not right to think of someone as potentially wasting their life or being less of a person because they are not in one of these so-called proper jobs. This blog explores what is meant by this and gives a bit of a personal insight into how those with or without proper jobs tend to be perceived and a few takeaway thoughts for you.
Gossiping is something that is so prevalent in our lives, everyone does it, even if they say they don’t you can be guaranteed that they will, (or they have) in some way, shape or form, gossiped at some stage about someone else, whether intentionally or not.
Yes it can be argued that it is human nature to do so and many people regard gossiping as a normal thing to do. But saying things that aren’t nice, that are potentially untrue, that are usually a subjective opinion based on untruths and that you wouldn’t say directly to the person concerned is not normal. I am sure that we’ve all been at the receiving end of gossip and yes we’ve all been a gossiper too.
This blog gives a personal insight into the natureof gossiping and has been inspired by another blog post that was written by Jade Teta, the link to which is included at the end of this blog.
How do you measure success? Do you measure it in financial terms, in terms of status, in terms of fame, in terms of qualifications and education, in terms of making ends meet with a bit extra left over, in terms of self- development? This blog gives a personal insight into the meaning of success and how success is perceived by different people.
Jill Coleman (www.jillfit.com), my current mentor, wrote a very powerful Facebook post this weekend about how if you love someone you shouldn't be trying to control them. In my blog this week I've shared her post and added my own take to it - it resonates quite strongly with me in two ways - when I have to take a step back when those I love and care about might be making decisions I don't always fully agree with and when I'm making decisions that those who love and care about me might not fully agree with. Have a read and let me know what you think.
Like all of you, I'm sure, I've been feeling a lot of mixed emotions about what is happening in our beautiful country at the moment and I have put pen to paper to briefly give a little bit of an insight to show where mind is with it at the moment.
This blog gives a bit of a personal insight into 'bullying', especially the more subtle type that occurs but tends to be just accepted and not dealt with. I'm sure that this will resonate with at least some of you and I hope that by reading it, you can maybe take some comfort in knowing that you're not alone and that there are ways in which you can deal with it and move on with your life so that you can better manage the effect it may have had on you.
Manners and politeness, unfortunately these seem to go AWOL more and more often these days when there really is no need as it doesn't cost anything to have good manners and to be polite. This blog gives a bit of an insight into how we can be more mindful of our manners in the 21st Century.
This Blog is all about managing to achieve a good work life balance, the blog gives a bit of an insight into my journey to achieve this, what the benefits are, how you can recognise when your life is a bit out of sync and the steps you can take now to get back to having a good work life balance.
What do you do when you've lost your mojo! Do you ever feel like there are times when you just cannot motivate yourself to do anything? Are there times when your drive to do things goes AWOL? This blog looks at possible reasons why and suggests ways in which you can get your mojo back!
In this blog I share a bit of my personal story regarding the fat loss journey, I talk about the type of exercise you could be doing for this and I touch a bit on the nutrition side as well!! Plus some tips for what you could be doing straight away to achieve fat loss.
Are you someone who is able to ask for help if required or someone who struggles on without doing so? Are you a person who helps others, who people turn to when they need help, is this something you can manage or something you dread? In this blog I explore all this and give tips and advice about how to ask for help if you need to and how to be able to say no if you find you're helping too much and it's affecting you in a negative way. Have a read and let me know what you think.
A Blog that focuses on de-cluttering - I started to do this on a practical level as I've decided to sort out my attic but it got me to thinking about how cluttered our lives and minds become with so much unnecessary 'stuff' that just holds us back from being 'present' in the present and from being able to create the best future for ourselves - in the blog I've gone into a bit more detail about this and provided some guidance as to how you too can 'de-clutter'
A little insight in 'worrying' and potential ways in which we can reduce the worrying we do that takes up so much of our mental space affecting our health and well-being.
This blog gives a personal viewpoint in response to the question that I asked last week in my blog, ‘why is it we always focus on the one negative when there may be twenty positives?!’ There are also some possible solutions included!
A personal blog about how I’ve started to move away from basing my life on how other people view me and think about me and how you can do so too by Getting Back on Track’ #GBoT
We humans, it seems, have anywhere from 12,000 to 60,000 thoughts per day. That’s a lot of thinking going on. Of course we’re going to be thinking, it’s what we’re programmed to do but is there such a thing as too much thinking, over-thinking, negative thinking and, if so, what effect does this have on our lives?
This Blog gives a personal viewpoint about thinking and thought and steps to take to make them work for you.
Do you procrastinate? Does it stop you doing what you need to be doing? Do you use it in a positive way?
No New Year Resolutions for me, this year I'm focusing on GSD!
A quickie explanation for the reason behind the naming of Pangaea Training.
Pangaea Fitness & Training New Year 2016 Newsletter