‘All we need, really, is a change from a near frigid to a tropical attitude of mind.’ — Marjory Stoneman Douglas.
I’ve come to the decision: if you’re ever feeling “jeez, I need a mini holiday,” then go to Edinburgh’s glasshouses, or whatever glasshouse is closest to your home if you live elsewhere. I guarantee the warm, clammy heat, the flowers blooming, the waterfalls swooshing and the plants painting different shades of green with every step you take will make you feel so much better. It’s the best form of escapism until you can experience the real thing. Or am I guilty of wishful thinking? Who knows . . .
Happy Hump Day, you lovely bunch, and hello spring!🌸 I hope everyone has had a stress-free week so far. If not, the weekend is not far off - hang in there! 💕
Colourful memories from Cape Verde, Africa 🇨🇻 The villages, beaches, boats & ocean are as vivid and vibrant as the locals’ smiles 💙
Whenever you're walking on the edge, always watch your every step. One misstep and you're likely to fall over. The same applies to those situations in life where you find yourself on the edge. It could be in business, work, school or even in relationships. The actions you take and strategies you use will determine whether you stay on or off the edge. If you continue staying on the edge for too long, the risk of you falling increases.
You are the key to your inner peace. Having peace of mind is key in determining your overall wellbeing in life. With inner peace you eliminate stress. Inner peace allows you to focus on yourself and what matters to you. It's more of listening to your heart and making choices based on what brings you happiness, satisfaction and contentment. You don't just do things because others want you to do. If it doesn't sit well with you, you walk away. You let go of situations that no longer serve you and your interests.