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3 Exercises for a Powerful End-of-Year Review

As the year draws to a close, it’s the perfect time to reflect, refocus, and set the stage for a successful year ahead. In this blog post, I’ll share three tried-and-tested exercises that will help you review the past year and pave the way for a more purposeful and productive future. Exercise 1: The 90-Day Plan This exercise is based on a simple observation: it … Continue reading 3 Exercises for a Powerful End-of-Year Review

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Unlocking Freedom: A Small Guide to Letting Go of Your Past

Our past is about a complex pattern of memories, both delightful and challenging. While cherished moments and valuable lessons contribute to our identity, holding onto the weight of past burdens can hinder our happiness. In this blog post, I explore the transformative impact of letting go of the past and embracing the present moment. Many individuals find themselves trapped in the clutches of bygone days, … Continue reading Unlocking Freedom: A Small Guide to Letting Go of Your Past

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Why Nostalgia is Important?

Why nostalgia is important? Nostalgia is a shield against existential challenges. Evoking positive experiences and feelings from the past can help you cope better with the present and the future. January for me is the month to think about what happened the year before. To make a balance, to see what went well and what went less well. What I achieved, and what I would … Continue reading Why Nostalgia is Important?

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Let Go of the Past

Why would you let go of the past? You have for sure nice memories, and lessons learned, which shape your personality. But letting go of the burden of the past would be important to your happiness. At least some of it. Many people live in the past; they remember their behaviours, the love stories that did not go well, their failures and disappointments. Such a … Continue reading Let Go of the Past