Tag Archives: psychology

Why Watching a Lot of YouTube May Not Be Procrastination

I think it’s fairly relatable, the scenario where we read a lot of blogs, watch a lot of YouTube videos or TED talks and generally spend our time devouring information from the internet on a topic rather than actually doing … Continue reading

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Week 37: Drop Self-Conscious Avoidance/Add Eating Behaviour Journal

I can’t believe it’s so long since I’ve posted here! I think life and ill-health got a bit overwhelming for a while before I went overseas. But now I am back, with just as many good intentions and wordy reflections … Continue reading

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Weekend 10 Review: What I learned from my to-do list.

I am very into my routines and habits. I do find that they can help me to remember things, or to simply not have to think very much about everyday tasks, because I have a set way and order. Many … Continue reading

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Weekend 11: Drop Slippers/Add Exercise

This weekend, I am going to drop wearing casual, lazy clothes when I get up and add exercise each day. Mark Twain said “Clothes make the man”. Although he was talking about the mere presence of clothes and having influence, … Continue reading

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