Have you ever noticed that when you fall out of a bad habit, it’s really easy to get back into? But if you fall out of a good habit, it can be hard to start again? What’s up with that? Why aren’t the good ones easy to start again? Well, I’ve got a couple ofContinue reading “Good and Bad Habits”
What are some of the basics for good emotional self-care?
Why is intellectual self-care so important?
Why would you want to live outside your comfort zone? It’s so uncomfortable!
The second key I found to be essential for breaking my bad eating habits was to find out the underlying emotional reason for overeating in first place. I’m going to tell you straight up, people, this was not easy. I had to face some deep dark corners of my emotions; feelings that I had unknowinglyContinue reading “Breaking Bad Habits, 2nd Key”
There are three keys to changing bad habits. Here’s the first.
This is a tricky subject for me to talk about. I am Mormon, and we have a couple of spiritual practices that are different than other Christian religions, whose practices are different from other organized religions, whose practices are different from those who practice spirituality outside of organized religion. So I shall endeavor to treadContinue reading “4 Legs of Self Care: Spiritual”
In my post about Building Ourselves, I mention four legs of self-care that we can use to build ourselves up. The first one is physical. Physical self-care simply means taking care of our bodies. I think it’s pretty well known that if your body isn’t working properly, you just aren’t going to live up toContinue reading “4 Legs of Self Care: Physical”
Electronics have a place in our lives. I believe is nearly impossible to live a life today without them. And frankly, they’re the main reason I have a job: men who lack self-mastery use them to look at pornography, break the hearts of their poor wives, and I work with these amazing ladies to bringContinue reading “Electronics: The Good and the Bad”
During the trip to return Te Fiti’s heart, Maui and Moana encounter many monsters: walking (and battling) coconuts, a gigantic crab, and and fearsome lava creature all test their resolve. Maui, who wasn’t keen to go on this adventure in the first place, is often unhelpful and would rather just go his own way. OccasionallyContinue reading “Lessons learned from Moana, Part 2”