Establishing a routine allows you to get the most of your working hours, say Rodney and Haley Wallace. Knowing when to take a step back and focus on yourself works better when you have a routine already in place, allowing to focus on yourself so you and your partner won't burn out.
Especially during stressful times like these, the Wallaces say that laughter can bring you closer rather than push you apart. Mutually agreeing on times where there's "no work allowed" and making the effort to prioritize each other will make those fun times even sweeter.
According to the Wallaces, one of the biggest things you can do is embrace your new situation rather than fight against it. This will help you get more comfortable and help you adjust to your new workspace and ease any feelings of agitation, making life more bearable for you and your significant other.In 2016, I took a hiatus to work on my mental health. For the first time ever, I put my needs first. I fully committed myself with therapy, meditation, manifesting, and gratitude practices. I became a much better version of myself, and learned how to truly make the most of my capabilities. It changed my perception in every aspect of my life. My mind was clearer than it had ever been, and I made smarter decisions for my well-being.
In December 2016, Rodney checked himself in a rehabilitation clinic in Malibu. “Best decision I've ever made in my life,” he stated. “It's another taboo: people don't know, but you are investing in yourself. Biggest tool I could have ever used.”
He said that, even though he stayed there for almost two months, he didn’t want to leave: that’s how well it was going for him. He even named his daughter Malibu, in tribute to the time he spent there, which saved his life.Self-sacrifice is a common concept that has been drilled into our head. Have some free time? Spend it by taking care of others. Is your coworker asking you to switch the working shift? You’re obligated to say yes, or else they will sneer at you. There are still other things, but the message from ...You wake up in the middle of the night and start to wonder whether you can get through the day later. You become restless and start thinking about your career or family. As your heartbeat speeds up, you wonder whether you can keep up with society’s standard. If you’ve experienced the things menti...