[ARC] Book Review #22: ‘Love Your Life Workbook: Over 120 exercises to design a life you love’

Note: The author, Ayesha Ratnayake, kindly sent me a digital version of her book in exchange for my honest review. A huge thank you to the author for letting me be a part of it. Name: Love Your Life Workbook: Over 120 exercises to design a life you love Author: Ayesha Ratnayake Genre/s: Self-help Today, I am… Continue reading [ARC] Book Review #22: ‘Love Your Life Workbook: Over 120 exercises to design a life you love’

What did I Learn After Speed Listening for 3 Years?

Sometime in 2019, I decided to dismount my pedestal and give audiobooks a try. To be frank, it was one of the best decisions in my life and I have not looked back since. Do not get me wrong, I still love reading and I do both every now and then, with a preference to… Continue reading What did I Learn After Speed Listening for 3 Years?

6 Reasons Why You Should Have Hobbies

Having hobbies seems to be an obvious thing. We all love something that we like to do during our free time. However, it needs to be said, since we are a busy generation these days. Hobbies help us relax and unwind. So, here are some of the reasons why having a hobby might be beneficial… Continue reading 6 Reasons Why You Should Have Hobbies

4 Reasons Why You Should Listen to Audiobooks

In this article, I stated the pros and cons of audiobooks by comparing them to other mediums. Today, I am going to provide a serious case of why listening to audiobooks is a great practice, whether you love reading or not. RELATED POSTS: Why should you read?How to read more books?In Defense of Reading Multiple… Continue reading 4 Reasons Why You Should Listen to Audiobooks

Why I Started a Bullet Journal?

I’ve been bullet jounalling for two (and half?) years now. It started as an experiment around mid-2019, as an experiment to find the perfect system to optimise my life and work. Over the years, I’ve used a lot of systems — some digital, some analogue. But, nothing stuck for the long term. That is, until… Continue reading Why I Started a Bullet Journal?

4 Reasons Why You Should Take a Break

There are many reasons to take a break from your work. For one thing, it recharges your energy, and a little playtime can help you get your mind back on track. Idleness also allows your brain to make unexpected connections, and allows you to wait for inspiration. Without idleness, you are deprived of a mental… Continue reading 4 Reasons Why You Should Take a Break

Systems versus Goals

Consider these... Two authors plan to finish their books by the end of the year. One just approaches the task as their final goal, the other plans to write 2000 words a day.Two students plan to sit for an exam in six months. One of them fixates on getting the highest score while the other… Continue reading Systems versus Goals

Perfection is thy enemy: How to overcome it?

🔎 My Quest for Perfection I have been guilty of being a perfectionist. While there are times, when I have benefitted a lot from it, the stress that comes with it, is inevitable. Not only has my quest for perfection has stressed me out a lot but it also, sometimes, slowed me down and has… Continue reading Perfection is thy enemy: How to overcome it?

Sorting Out My Planning System

I have always struggled with finding the perfect planning system for years. Do I go digital or do I continue with analog? How about a bit of both? If I do both, would I be able to handle it? There had been tons and tons of questions in my mind. As a natural overthinker, it… Continue reading Sorting Out My Planning System

The Three-Tier Method: How to set goals and crush them?

Goals are essential while navigating through the journey of life. Especially during this time. We are motivated and enthusiastic about making a change. If not dealt with properly, it can become demotivating in the long run. We do not want that, do we? We want our goals to fuel us, not slow us down in… Continue reading The Three-Tier Method: How to set goals and crush them?