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The Better You Know Yourself, the Better Your Relationship With the Rest of the World - Toni Collette

The Better You Know Yourself, the Better Your Relationship With the Rest of the World – Toni Collette

As we get older and take on more responsibility, our daily lives become more and more full. With all of the activities, chores, errands, and more, it may be difficult to regularly have time to sit back, relax, and reflect on ourselves and how we’re feeling. This can be when we start to feel disconnected from ourselves.

The more disconnected we become from ourselves, the more we may forget about what’s important. We may forget to resolve negative feelings, focus on personal goals, or put effort into important relationships. If we feel a little lost or discontent in our daily lives, this may be what’s missing.

It’s important to try to reconnect and get in touch with our inner person and feelings whenever possible. This can be done with a cup of coffee and a journal, a solo hike through the woods, or even just an hour of yoga. This can make a huge difference in our daily mood, helping us become rejuvenated and ready to take on the world again.

The Better You Know Yourself, the Better Your Relationship With the Rest of the World – Toni Collette
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April Stearns enjoys blogging about business, lifestyle, and arts and connecting with the digital world as a content marketer and social media manager. She spends most of her free time reading, practicing yoga and pilates, exploring the Bay Area in California, and watching too much Netflix. You can visit her personal site www.aprilstearns.contently.com and also follow her on her various social media links below.

4 comments

  1. Your words are so true. Reminders are important for all of us. We can help others but neglect ourselves. Thanks for helping me remember time spent on me is not a waste or a distraction from other goals.

  2. True. In life we tend to move like a machine. It is important to take time and reflect every day. There comes the role for regular meditation, when an individual sits quietly all for his or her self.

  3. After walking in the wilderness for some time, I have finally found my way back. One of the keys to that was taking the time to focus inward, do some journaling, and rediscover my passions that had been laying dormant inside. Thanks for the reminder 🙂

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