Post share: Autumn has arrived — Confections of a redhead

I have printed off this recipe, so at some point in the future, I can make this delicious looking cake. Do pop on over and visit this post.

The seasons have changed. October is here (how the actual hell did that happen exactly??) The weather is getting colder. The days are getting shorter. The air is most definitely crisper, and the leaves are falling all over the place. The colours are incredible, and we are all making that “is it cold enough to […]

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Blog post share: Negativity is Your Best Friend

Do take a look at this helpful post, to knock negativity out of your way. 🙂

Budding Regardless

Whenever you have an idea in mind and try to make it come to life, negative people with their negative remarks will follow you around – it’s more like a package deal. Every time we see quotes on negativity, they are always telling us to stay away from negative people, squads and those who do not see us ever prospering. Instead of concentrating on all the bad things about negativity, choose to concentrate on the good things about it.

You can choose to use negativity as means of motivation – there will be people who won’t believe in what you are doing and they will see it pointless as a matter of fact but it is your duty to not take it to the head. However, if you do decide to take it to the head make sure you think about it in a positive manner.

These negative things…

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Blog post share: Cool your Anger

Great post of ideas, for anger, when you are fed up or on edge. 🙂

Discovering Your Happiness

Below are some pointers on cooling your anger + ways to go about really calming our emotions when we are angry,

When You’re Arguing

  • Make it a priority to respond kindly/respectfully
  • Focus on breathing slowly + deeply
  • Politely excuse yourself from the area/room, get some space
  • Accept that you won’t get through to someone and inwardly wish them peace
  • Ask yourself if this is worth the energy
  • Notice you are angry, imagine yourself feeling forgiving
  • Put yourself in the other person’s shoes
  • breathe when you want to yell or raise your voice
  • Emulate how you think someone peaceful would respond

When You’re On Edge

  • Spray a calming smell
  • Pet an animal
  • Watch/Listen to a comedy
  • Go for a walk/run
  • Take a nap
  • Eat a delicious meal
  • Spend time in nature
  • Allow yourself to laugh
  • Make a joke or read one
  • Close your eyes, focus on being quiet
  • Write down your…

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Blog post share: Solo Travel

I loved reading this post, when I discovered it today and this post had a lot of meaning and values too.

Turn The Page

If you can’t be by yourself and do things that truly make you happy. Then you shouldn’t enter any relationship with another person because they shouldn’t complete you they should just compliment you.

One way you can truly find what you want in life is by travelling and exploring a new place by yourself. When you explore a place or culture on your own you develop your own idea’s and opinions. Not having other peoples opinions that put a cloud over you forming your own ideas which can help you understand what you want from your life. When I travel by myself is when I can fully immerse myself in the new surroundings and experience what is happening around me. New surroundings means new experiences and I can learn and grow while understanding what I like and dislike. Solo travel allows you the opportunity to do what you want and…

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Blog share: Minding Anxiety

A new blog I came across recently, was a blog called, “Minding Anxiety.” It’s a new blog, but there is some useful advice on there, which is written through shared experiences of having anxiety himself.
By sharing his own personal experiences of what has helped him, in his blog; “Minding Anxiety,” he hopes that it will help someone else who may have found themselves to be in situations like he has. Do pop on over, as there maybe something new to learn, to help ease your anxiety and to live with it. I have found something new myself that I plan to try in unexpected situations, which I found in this post; “My Top 5 Fundamental Methods.” The one I will try and it is new to me, is tapping my thumb on my index finger. This will come in handy in unexpected situations, that I have nothing else to hand that would help and I will see how I get on with this.

I also left also comments in this post; “How to deal with starting new things,” after enjoying reading it and finding it useful