Reading travel blogs online, we are always told of the dangers of travelling. While pointing you in the right direction of wonderful exotic breaks abroad, they are just as quick to teach you methods of managing your money, making sure you’re protected in different cultural climates, as well as avoiding scams from unscrupulous people. This is good, and there is a place for this content online. However, sometimes it can cause a worrying impression for people, to the point where they may feel hesitant to travel at all.
The place where we feel like ourselves and are free to be whatever we want is our home. Whether you live alone or share it with a significant other, roommate or your family, it will always provide a special place for you to gather yourself after hardship and tough times. And one of the things that make your home special to you is the state it’s in. Contrary to popular belief, the state of your home doesn’t directly reflect your state of mind but affect it. And here’s how that happens in a nutshell.
We all want a healthier body and a healthier mind. But as the old question goes, how much do you want it? You never have to look too far, on social media or in papers and magazines, to see people who say “I tried to get fit, but it didn’t work. Now I’m happy the way I am.”. Which is great for them, of course, but how hard did they try?