Why pausing is so important

The life of a modern city dweller is an endless (and often pointless) exhausting race that sucks all the strength out of us. We simply do not have the time to stop or even pause, because we are so used to equating time with money. Any pausing means voluntarily giving up money and opportunities we could otherwise take advantage of. Does that mean that in order to earn more and do more we are to abandon all hope of catching a break? It most certainly does not! And today we are going to talk about why pausing is so important.

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All or nothing! Let’s talk about perfectionism

What is perfectionism: a disease or a practical trait?

These days perfectionism has become a real “virus” spreading throughout the society with unimaginable speed. The mass media plays one of the key roles in this phenomenon, cultivating an inferiority complex and presenting us with the perfect images of successful people that are completely happy in every way. Unfortunately, not many of us realize that in most cases these are nothing but pretty pictures. Let’s have a closer look at this issue and dot the i’s.

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At the crossroads: coping with the fear of missing out

What is the fear of missing out?

It can safely be referred to as a disease of the XXI century, although the syndrome has existed since the time of the First Men. Our overly enhanced basic psychological characteristics resulted in many of us catching a “sickness” known as the fear of missing out. In Europe, they even came up with an acronym for the “disease” – FOMO. Essentially, it’s the fear of missing out on something crucial, interesting, sometimes even being afraid of losing the sense of purpose in life.

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Nimbus Mind: for those who have trouble finding time for their meditations

What could the life of a modern person be compared to?

In most cases, to a wheel that we keep spinning from inside, keeping it up day to day. And even when we stop, we do not stop our hasty movement, spinning inside with our daily problems and things to do. It’s highly unlikely we can get any rest in this kind of state, although that does create perfect conditions for stress to fester. Can you make it out of the vicious spinning wheel? Luckily you can.

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How to force yourself to do something you don’t feel like doing

Postponing an unpleasant task and looking for an excuse to do so is common in every adult’s life. When a child does not wish to do something, they just go ahead and say so. An adult, however, is capable of coming up with solid reasons and good excuses for their procrastination. Today we’ll talk about making yourself do the things that must be done no matter how you feel about them.

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