I’ve always considered myself a positive person and tend to see the good or positive in people and situations that life throws at me or my loved ones. After listening to a podcast by Julie Foucher http://juliefoucher.com/2017/05/ep-56-katrin-davidsdottir-ben-bergeron-process-creating-champion/ interviewing current Crossfit Games Champion Katrín Davíðsdóttir https://games.crossfit.com/ and her coach I have became more and more intrigued in the power of a positive mindset. This intrigue lingered in my sub consciousness where at random times I would stop, assess my attitude and how I was feeling, make adjustments and continue on (usually to a more positive outcome).
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It hasn’t even been 12 months and I’m withdrawing every cent I can out of P2P lending.
Food is your fuel; this is one way the I like to think about food and eating.
In today’s society, it is so easy to have a negative relationship with food. Think emotional eating, eating to celebrate, eating on the run or at your desk, not eating enough because of pressure to look a certain way.
Using the analogy ‘food is your fuel’ takes away some of the negativity. We go to a petrol station to fuel up the car. We know exactly what fuel it takes to work efficiently and effectively, how many litres it takes to fill it up, that we need fuel up regularly and if we use the car often then trips to the petrol stations will become frequent.
Do you need an emergency fund?
If so, where should I put it and how much do I need?
Contrary to standard investment advice, Miss Health and I go down a slightly different route, one that I highly recommend you follow, once you debunk a few of the myths around it.
Won the lottery recently?
Have a long lost uncle who has just left you his estate?
A friendly Nigerian just sent you an email telling you to get his money out of the country and into your bank account if you agree to a 50/50 split?
Hmm… Didn’t think so.
Do you ever feel like life is a hamster wheel with no end in site? Day after day, round and round you run.
But what for?
Do you ever step back and think what am I actually working towards? Most people don’t. Socrates stated “The unexamined life isn’t worth living” which I tend to agree.