when you don’t want to do anything

When it comes to procrastination and burnout, we have a tendency to assume it’s because of laziness and/or improper self-care. Actually, even placing procrastination alongside burnout seems to be an attempt to tackle things too distinct from each other. Procrastination is almost synonymous with laziness, while burnout is often paired with workaholics and cynical doctors. […]

you’ll never get today back but also, why would you want to?

You’ll never get today back. That is a terrifying thought, at least for most of us. The fact is, most of us don’t live absolutely fantastic lives. Most of our days are mundane. Plenty of people go to work as a means of making money, not because it’s their passion or dream. Furthermore, working a […]

the “but what if” worries that are haunting your heels

Worrying about the future seems ingrained in some people. Others may care not for what comes, they just integrate themselves into wherever they are and trust the flow of the universe to bring them to where they need to be. The worriers, however, can’t. It’s a matter of control, what if I’m not prepared and […]

do your best, one of the most general phrases to ever exist

“Do your best” is one of those phrases that paradoxically implies you could always be doing better. Someone says it, and whatever you do next, no matter how great it is, feels lackluster. We compare our “best” from the situations that allowed us to do that best, and when the circumstances change, the results aren’t […]