A great man once said that "In order to change anything, you must first change yourself." Changing yourself takes time and dedication, but you have the power to make yourself different if you are willing to work.All week, we’ve been focused on spring cleaning the clutter out of our lives, from our inboxes (guilty! But there’s something obnoxiously passive aggressive about the person who regularly shares the links you’ve shared first, only to diss the content or express the exact opposite view. There is absolutely zero reason for someone you shared a beer and so little passion with that you never did it again to be privy to the details of your life.It also has the ability to put you in touch with people you don’t remember being in touch with in the first place. This person clearly is hurting for human interaction, because he or she tries to turn every conversation into a heated debate and isn’t afraid to get nasty with your other Facebook friends. And it’s really, really awkward when they seem to remember you Don’t torture yourself with the guilt of not being able to dig up even one memory about that girl who says you were so hilarious in 5th grade. If this person is a good friend, a private message asking them to chill is the first step, but if you wouldn’t invite them to a dinner party because they make everyone else uncomfortable, why would you keep them as your Facebook friend? If you have any of these habits, then it's never too late.Reverse these habits and start enjoying a healthy and happy life today Bad habit to quit for a healthy living # 1: Nose/mouth picking This annoying and silly habit of 'digging gold' is one of the worst habits that goes un-questioned.This habit is not only bad for your health but it is also against common social etiquette.Picking your nose can spread various infections like cold and flu, as cold virus is passed into your body through the mucus.
It is such a rich topic, we will have several posts about this subject!
After touching several things and then taking the same finger into your nose, you will land at the doctor's clinic.
Hence, stop this awkward habit of pulling sticky substance from your nose, or fetching left over food strands from your mouth.
In talking with my married girlfriends and analyzing the relationships around me (including the one in my house), there does seem to be some consistent habits among the chronically unhappy. Blame it on the dopamine surge coursing through our love-struck brains,or chalk it up to hindsight nostalgia and a well-edited memory.
Regardless, most of us have reminisced about a specific season in our lives, typically that new-love phase, and said, "But can't we just get back to that place? No you will never go back to that place, no matter the effort and pleading. It was a fleeting, temporary (hormone-driven) season, as they all are. Most of our Happily Ever After expectations are shattered within a year or two but what about the high expectations we have for our husbands?
But what about the expectations that our husbands are consistently falling short of? At some point in a marriage, we have to evaluate our expectations and recognize when they're making us chronically disappointed.