Do you like to improve yourself and creating new and better habits, which can change your life into a better life? Then this is a book for you! The book Atomic Habits by James Clear.
This book is all about how creating small tiny changes in your life will add up over time and make a big difference for you. It is better to make a little change, and stick to that little habit over time, than it is to set a way too big and unrealistic goal and quit within a week.
In this book, James Clear comes with several small brilliant examples of how these small habits over time will have a significant impact on your life – for the better. Do you want to live healthier? Instead of saying to yourself to quit all sugar right now, eat tons of veggies and exercise 5 days a week – start small. Try to eat 1 more vegetable each day, or add 1 smoothie to your diet each day. Over time you can begin to increase the amount, but start small and continue the practice.
I can highly recommend this book, especially if you are into growth and self-development. James Clear offers some very practical guidelines on how to change your habits, and lots of inspiration!
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Quotes from the book
“Changes that seem small and unimportant at first will compound into remarkable results if you’re willing to stick with them for years”
“Too often we convince ourselves that massive success requires massive action”
“A slight change in your daily habits can guide your life to a very different destination”
“All big things come from small beginnings”
Have you read any interesting books lately? As always, I would love to hear about it!
Nicole Hemmer is a teacher, inspirational speaker and a writer with passion for spirituality and soul work. I met Nicole through Instagram, and she was just such a ray of positive light and inspiration right from the beginning, and such a kind and inspirering soul. Nicole has been travelling around the world, doing soul work, and has worked with many people from all over the world mentoring them and guiding them. Nicole also just released her very first book, Soul on Fire, which you can read much more about in this interview. Please welcome, Nicole.
Dear Nicole, will you tell us a little bit about yourself? Who you are and what you do?
I am originally from Canada, lived in Europe the past 3 years and am currently based in Bali, Indonesia. I also traveled to 50 countries by the time I was 25 years old, and have had a strong fire in my heart for freedom and global transformation from a young age.
I am a teacher, inspirational speaker, writer, women’s empowerment mentor, and author. I’ve led international workshops, classes, sacred circle’s and retreats with hundreds of women around the world and did my Master’s degree in Transpersonal Psychology (the study of psychology, spirituality and consciousness). My passion and expertise is in inspiring women to step into their power, unleashing their soul’s voice in the world, soul embodiment and Divine Feminine Soul Leadership.
How did you first become interested in spirituality?
I first became interested in spirituality when I was 14 years old. I felt a strong hunger in my heart for spirituality and knew that my reason for being on this Earth was connected to this, and was a core component of my purpose. I also started to do yoga and meditation at this age, and was reading books on healing, the chakra’s, intuition, psychic abilities, eastern philosophy and consciousness. My mother was also open to spirituality and introduced me to crystals, colour baths, hands on healing, and personal development.
Which events in your life has completely changed your life?
Moving to Berlin when I was 25 years old changed my life, and was the catalyst for me to start doing the work with women that I was initiated and called to do. Living in Japan when I was 22 years old also changed my life, and brought me back to my soul’s essence and taught me what it means to be a woman in her feminine essence.
A paramount moment for me on my path was when my parents separated when I was 19 years old, and I entered a dark night of the soul period. During this time, I made the commitment to myself and vow that I would never allow any situation or circumstance to close my heart. I promised myself I would stay open no matter what throughout this lifetime, and always keep my heart open. To allow challenging and painful experiences to crack my heart open even wider, and allow pain and suffering to be the gateway to going deeper within myself….
Which books have changed your life?
Initiation by Elizabeth Haich
The Seven Wisdoms of Life by Shai Tubali
What do you feel the world needs more of?
I strongly feel that the world needs more love, presence and consciousness now more than ever. I feel that heart and soul aligned leadership in women is paramount in a time when the feminine has been denigrated and severely suppressed on the earth. Women need to step into their power and reclaim their voice. The earth is screaming for our help and support, and I feel it is my mission to be a beacon of expression for the Divine Feminine consciousness—to activate, ignite and initiate women into their soul and burning truth.
“I strongly feel that the world needs more love, presence and consciousness now more than ever”
What is your best advice for people dealing with self-doubt?
Self doubt is derived from the small self—and is not our true nature. When we connect to our Higher Self, that is rooted in Divine Confidence, Divine Knowing and Divine Trust—we live in unshakable confidence true to our soul. When we embody and connect to our soul, it is rooted in love and truth. Our small self is controlled by fear, lack and self doubt.
Do you have some daily rituals that you do every single day?
Everyday I place my hands on my heart when I wake up and when I go to sleep. I pray for people that come into my awareness everyday. I stay in an open state where I feel my inspiration and then take inspired action based on what I feel called to do. I love to spend time in nature. I love being in silence—for in silence I can feel and attune myself deeper to the wisdom and knowing of my heart.
What are your favourite practices to raise your vibration?
Some of my favourite practices to strengthen my energetic field is time in nature, time in water, and meditation. I also love aromatherapy oils and rose water spray. Living here in Bali, I love to go to sacred water temples for purification and cleansing..
Which 3 people have inspired you most in your life?
Mary Magdalene, Elizabeth Haich, and Powerful Women Leaders of Light on this Earth that are fierce and true.
You have just released your first book, can you tell us a little bit about it?
Over the last year, I’ve been creating and birthing my first book entitled Soul On Fire: Divine Reminders on the Path of Awakening.This book is a sacred jewel of inspiration for any woman looking to deepen into her humanity—and her divinity. This project reflects my sacred work in the world and I am thrilled to be stepping forward with sharing it with the world…
The book contains transmissions and evolutionary adventures from my own journey, plus self-portraits captured during my travels around the world. My vision is by reading this book, you’ll receive an activation into your deepest truth and soul’s knowing. Whether you receive the words and images in this book as a meditation, or simply as sparkling soul musings, Soul On Fire will awaken, ignite and strengthen your remembrance and connection with the Divine in your own life.
Some of the chapters included in the book are: Authenticity, A New Earth and Feeling the Future, Living the Extraordinary, Beyond Fear, Pain, Warrior of Light, Natural Wild Beauty, Sisterhood, Divine Feminine, Divine Masculine, Money and Abundance, Clarity, Mystical Knowing, The Higher Self, Inspiration…etc.
If people want to learn more about you, or support you in any kind of way, where can they do this?
They can connect with me on Facebook, or check out my website and subscribe to my – Soul Inspiration – newsletter that I send to sisters and women of light around the world. Or follow me on Instagram which is actually how Camilla and I connected! 😉
I use positive affirmations to change my life, and it has definitely improved my life in various aspects. By choosing to look at the positive things in life and feeling it, your life completely changes in the contrary to if you focus on the negative things in life and the things that you ‘lack’.
What is positive affirmations?
Positive affirmations, are words and sentences you can repeat to yourself, which can essentially change how you view life and thereby change your life for the better.
If you haven’t heard about the ‘Law of Attraction’, then I will definitely recommend looking into that. In all its essence, it is that ‘like attract like’, and by focusing on what we want – that is what we get more of. If you focus on the things you don’t want – then that is what you’ll get more of. Hereby, you can use positive affirmations as a way to enhance your focus on the positive things and the things you want more of in life.
“What you focus on grows”
How to use them?
If you saw my blogpost about my ‘morning routine’, you will have noticed that I’m doing a small meditation/positive affirmation exercise each morning. I do it short after wakening, and in that way I start my day with some positive thoughts and feelings right away, which makes me feel amazing!
I personally use the ‘I can!’ book my Louise Hay, which is filled with affirmations for all kind of areas in your life, whether that be health, relationships, wealth, selflove. I choose some random site each morning, set my timer on my phone for 5 minutes and breathe and focus on these affirmations.
I’ve discovered a new podcast that I really like, and I want to share it with you today! It’s all about Ayurveda, health and self-development and it’s called “The Highest Self Podcast” – created by Sahara Rose.
Hi everyone and welcome back here in 2019!
It has been lovely with a little break off from blogging and Instagram, but now I’m back again with plenty of inspiration and I plan to post 2 blogposts every week. As always, just let me know if there is anything you want to read about. I want to start of with a new podcast I’ve discovered, which is really good and inspirering, so let’s get right into it!
If you’re into Ayurveda or just health and self-development, then the ‘The Highest Self Podcast” by Sahara Rose is definitely a podcast I can recommend. Sahara Rose is a new upcoming leader in the Ayurvedic world and has even been named a “leading voice speaking to the millennial generation into the new paradigm shift” by Deepak Chopra himself (author of the book ‘Perfect Health‘). Sahara Rose is also the author behind the books ‘Idiot’s Guides to Ayurveda‘ and ‘Eat Right For Your Mind-Body Type Program’ , and her podcast is really great.
One of my favourite episode’s so far is the ‘How to Preserve Passion in a long-term relationship‘. That episode is really relatable for me, since I’ve been in a relationship with my boyfriend for almost 6 years, and from time to time it can get very everyday-ish, which is both really comfortable and lovely, but the lack of passion can certainly also be there. The podcast episode is a really good episode and it’s filled with so many good advice, for how to preserve passion in a long-term relationship.
Here are a few of the gold-quotes from the episode, that really resonated with me and inspired me:
“You need to communicate. Women often want men to read between the lines, but the man just see that the woman is angry, and if that continues over time without proper communication, the love and passion will disappear. We need to be brave enough to communicate, and express our wants, needs and desires”
“Only change that comes from yourself can last”
“When we dim our lights we are doing a disservice to others”
I can for sure recommend listening to Sahara’s wise words, I’m sure you will find some inspiration from her. I’ve also just gotten her book ‘Idiot’s Guide to Ayurveda‘ in Christmas present, and I cannot wait to dive into it and learn a lot more about Ayurveda, because that is truly something I find so fascinating.
I’m always on the hunt for new exciting books to read, and if you are a bookworm, just like me, then you might be too. So I thought I would share some of the books that I plan on diving into this Summer. I might not come around all of them, or I might add some other books, but these are the ones I would for sure love to read!
When I was younger I participated in my local library’s competition where you had to read 5 books and then you could pick 1 book for free (such a nerd, but I absolutely loved it! And hey, books are just amazing!) – anyone else who did that when they were younger? Anyway, let’s get into my Summer reading list!
Sluk – Kunsten at overleve i en digital verden – Imran Rashid
(This book is in Danish). Jeg er pt. igang med denne bog omkring den digitale verden vi lever i, og om hvor styrede vores samfund er af vores smartphones. Både skræmmende, men også virkelig interessant læsning.
Waking Up in 5D – Maureen J. St. Germain
A book about how we are all transitioning from the third dimension and waking up to the higher vibrations and abilities of the 5th dimension. The book is about how to develop a Higher Self connection, increase your sensitivity to dimensional signatures and consciously choose 5D, where love is the governing force.
Sæt Livet Fri – Den revolutinerende healingteknik EFT, der styrker krop, sind og sjæl – Nick Ortner
(This book is in Danish, but can be bought in English “The Tapping Solution”). Bogen præsenterer den kraftfulde healingteknik EFT, Emotionel frihedsteknik, som er et fantastisk redskab til at arbejde med mentale, følelsesmæssige og kropsrelaterede problemer. EFT er en videreudvikling af tankefeltterapi og kombinerer den gamle kinesiske lære om meridianer med moderne psykologi og positive bekræftelser.
The Food Medic For Life – Dr. Hazel Wallace
I’ve been following Hazel Wallace on Instagram for a while and have been listening to her podcast and I find her really inspirering, so when I found out she had written a book about health and filled with food recipes I had to get it. I’m looking forward to diving into this and try out some of the recipes.
Intelligente Celler – Bruce Lipton
(This book is in Danish, but can be bought in English; “The Wisdom of Your Cells”). Bruce Lipton er en anderkendt cellebiolog og har i mere end 20 år forsket i de mekanismer, hvorigennem celler modtager og behandler information, og i denne bog formidler han denne nye videnskab, kaldet epigenetik. Han viser hvordan at DNA bliver styret af signaler uden for cellen, det vil sige det indre miljø, vi selv skaber blandt andet gennem de energimæssige budskaber, der udgår fra vores positive og negative tanker.
The Complete Guide to Yin Yoga – Bernie Clark
This book was recommended to me by my yoga-boss Cathrine. It’s an in-depth book about the philosophy and practice of Yin Yoga.
Kiss the Ground – How the food you eat can reverse climate change, heal your body & ultimately save our world – Josh Tickell
Rise Sister Rise – A guide to unleashing the wise, wild woman within – Rebecca Campbell
This book is a call to arms for women yo rise up, tell their truth and lead. It is a guide to co-creating a whole new archetype for women in these awakening times – a woman who does not keep herself small in order to make others feel more comfortable, a woman who knows that she is not her body weight, her sexual partner or her career. A women who understands the true meaning of sisterhood, and that alone we are strong but together we are fierce.
Money and the Law of Attraction – Learning to attract wealth, health and happiness – Ester & Jerry Hicks
One of the leading books about the powerful Law of Attraction. I’ve already read ‘The Secret‘ which was groundbreaking for me, and I’ve understood the basic principles of the law of attraction, but this book should really go into depth with the concept, so I’m very excited to dive into this.
The Big Leap – Conquer your hidden fear and take life to the next level – Gay Hendricks
Hendricks reveals a simple yet comprehensive program for overcoming our one barrier to happiness and fulfilment, providing a clear path for achieving our true potential and attaining not only financial success but also success in love and life.
The Power of Habit – Why we do what we do in life and business – Charles Duhigg
The book dives into the scientific discoveries that explain why habits exist and how they can be changed. The Power of Habit contains an exhilarating argument: the key to exercising regularly, losing weight, being more productive, and achieving success is understanding how habits work. By harnessing this new science, we can transform our businesses, our communities, and our lives.
Linchpin – Seth Godin
This book is about you – your choices, your future, and your potential to make a huge difference in whatever field you choose. There used to be two teams in every workplace: management and labour. Now there’s a third team: the linchpins. These people figure out what to do when there’s no rule book. They delight and challenge their customers and peers. They love their work, pour their best selves into it, and turn each day into a kind of art. Linchpins are the essential building blocks of great organisations. They may not be famous but they’re indispensable. And in today’s world, they get the best jobs and the most freedom.
Have you read any of these books? And, what are you going to read this Summer? Let me know! I’m always looking for new books to add to my reading list!
You might have heard the expressions ‘introvert’ and ‘extrovert’, and you might already know which one you are, or if you are a mix of both, or perhaps you have never heard these terms in your life before.
Today I wanted to write a little bit about introverts and extroverts, and identifying what you are and what those close to you are and learning to accept and respect people as they are.
Basically introverts are people who enjoy being alone, having their alone time and get more physically and mentally exhausted when they spend too much time with other people.
Extroverts, are the opposite. They love spending time with other people and get more energy out of this.
And then there are those in the middle, which is a little bit of both. They both enjoy time alone, but they sure also love spending time with other people.
I’m for sure a bit of both, but leaning more towards the introverted side. I love spending time alone. I love reading, writing, watching a good movie or documentary, going for a walk. I truly enjoy my own company and have no problem spending hours alone. But I also love, in smaller doses, to spend time with other people. What I enjoy most is spending time with a few close people for a couple of hours. Whenever I spend an entire day with lots of people I get so drained and tired both mentally and physically.
But enough about me. I wanted to talk about the importance of knowing yourself, and knowing your closed ones. Fx if you are an introvert and don’t really are aware of it, and you spend a lot of time with other people then you might start to feel sick, get annoyed or frustrated with others. When this start to happen you might start to get more irritated and say things you don’t mean or appear angry with others, which of course can lead to lots of conflicts. But, if you know yourself well enough then you can learn to say to yourself that “I’ve had enough, I need time for myself”.
If your friends and families know you, and know how your personality is and what you can and cannot handle, and they love you – then they will respect this. They will know that it’s nothing personal and it’s not you being angry or frustrated with them as persons, but it’s just you who cannot handle anymore because of how you are as a person.
I find it so important to know myself and my boundaries, just like I like to know my friends, families and boyfriend’s. I also find it important to simply just let my closed ones know how I’m feeling and what I can handle. If you are spending time together and you start to feel like you need to go home and sleep, or you simply want to be alone, just tell them. Let them know where you are at. Most people will understand, it’s more the unknowing part of what is happening inside a person that can be frustrating, but if you simply say “I’m really tired, so I think I’m gonna go home now”, chances are that everyone can understand.
If you are interested in learning more about yourself as a person, then I can recommend this test, I found it truly spot on. According to this test I am an “Advocate” (INFJ) – and I found that everything that was written fit me so well. And if your friends and families are into it as well, then make them take the test as well and read each others results. It’s so fun to get to know your closed ones more personally, and learn to understand them much more.
I hope this wasn’t too rambling, and it made sense in a way. Do you know what you are? An extrovert or an introvert? And have you tried taking the personality test? Which one were you?
Forleden faldt jeg over dette billede af mig, som min søde kæreste delte på sin Instagram for 100 år siden, og jeg er bare et HELT andet menneske i dag end jeg var på det billede, både udvendig og indvendig.
Dette fik mig til at tænke på hvordan jeg har udviklet mig og ændret holdninger, meninger og værdier igennem livet. Jeg synes det er smukt at se ens egen udvikling, og ikke mindst utroligt sjovt.
For bare få år siden afblegede jeg mit hår flere gange om året hos frisøren, jeg var på A-vitamin kuren for at gøre noget ved bumserne, jeg drak og festede ofte, jeg brugte en serum for at få længere øjenvipper og mine livsværdier var bare helt anderledes end de er i dag.
Men det er ikke kun de fysiske forskelle der har ændret sig, det er også de indre.
I dag vil jeg gerne leve så naturligt som overhovedet muligt, fordi at jeg nu synes at naturlig skønhed er det smukkeste – og fordi at jeg mere tror på at skønhed kommer indefra, både i form af hvad vi spiser, men også i form af hvordan vi er som person, og om vi behandler andre mennesker ordentligt.
Kan du genkende dette ved dig selv? Vi ændrer os jo allesammen som mennesker, og det gør vi igennem hele livet – og det er smukt. Hvordan har du selv forandret dig igennem livet?
The other day I came across this picture of me, which my sweet boyfriend shared on Instagram ages ago, and I am SUCH a different person today, both when it comes to the outside and the inside.
That made me think of how we develop and change opinions, thoughts and values all throughout life. I think it is so beautiful to watch your own self development, and also very fun.
Just a few years ago I bleached my hair several times a year at the hairdresser, I took the A-vitamin pill to get rid of my pimples, I drank and went to a lot of parties, I used a serum to get longer eyelashes and my values in life have changed completely.
But it is not just the physical differences which have changed, but also those inside.
Today I want to live as naturally as possible, because today I think that natural beauty is the prettiest – and because I believe that beauty comes from the inside, both in terms of what we eat and put into our bodies, but also how we are as a person, and in how we treat others.
Can you recognize yourself? We all change as humans, and we do that throughout all of our lives – and that is beautiful. How have you changed through your life?
Noget af det vigtigste i livet, hvis du spørger mig, er at lære at elske sig selv. At stoppe med at tænke grimt om en selv, tænke at man gør ting forkert og være sin egen værste kritiker. Det får man altså ikke meget glæde i livet ud af. Og man kan først rigtigt dele kærlighed ud til andre, hvis man lærer først at elske sig selv. ‘You can’t pour from an empty cup’ som man siger det.
I mine yngre år og op igennem teenage årene har jeg været enormt selvkritisk, både mht. at jeg ikke så ud som jeg gerne ville, at jeg ikke var god nok til dit og dat og så meget mere. Jeg kunne bruge så lang tid på at kritisere mig selv inde i mit hoved og køre tingene op til alt muligt som slet ikke var sandt.
Alle er gode nok lige som de er. Og alle fortjener at være glade og lykkelige. Så derfor vil jeg komme med nogle få tips du kan tage til dig, for lige så stille at prøve at elske dig selv endnu mere og forhåbentlig få et bedre liv.
Skriv ting ned på et papir som du er stolt af ved dig selv
Sæt dig selv nogle mål, bare nogle små nogle og sørg for at hold aftalen med dig selv og fuldfør disse mål
Gør gode ting for dig selv. Gør de ting du elsker, i hvert fald en ting hver eneste day, det kunne være noget så simpelt som at drikke en kop te, læse en god bog, eller tage et dejligt bad.
Snak og tænk pænt til og om dig selv
Tænk positive tanker og prøv at fortælle forskellige mantraer til dig selv, i starten tror du nok ikke på dig selv, men bliv ved og hav et åbent sind
Tænk og tal positivt om andre, lad være med at kritisere andre, det får du det ikke bedre af selv
Husk at vær sød ved dig selv, og lær at elske dig selv som du er. Og hvis du ikke kan lide den person du er, så sæt dig ned og tænk over hvordan du gerne vil være og prøv hver dag at gøre nogle handlinger som bringer dig tættere på at blive hvem du gerne vil være.
One of the most important things in life, if you aske me, is to learn to love yourself. To stop thinking ugly things about yourself, and thinking that you do things wrong and be your own worst critique. You won’t get much happiness out of that. And you can first truly share love with others when you learn to love yourself. ‘You can’t pour from an empty cup’ as you say.
Throughout my younger years and up through the teenage years I’ve always been very self-critical, both when it came to how I looked like and that I wasn’t good at this and that. I could spend so much time criticizing myself in my own head and just run things completely of track which wasn’t true at all.
Everybody is good enough just as they are. And everybody deserves to be happy. So therefore I wanted to come with some tips you can use, to slowly start learning how to love yourself more and hopefully get a better life.
Write down things on a piece of paper which you are proud of
Set some goals, just some small ones and keep the deal you’ve made with yourself, and complete these
Do some good things for yourself. Do the things you love, at least one thing every single day, it could be something as simple as drinking a cup of tea, reading a good book, or taking a lovely bath.
Talk and think nicely about yourself
Think positive thoughts and try telling yourself different affirmations, in the beginning you might not believe yourself, but keep going and have an open mind
Think and speak positively about others, stop criticizing others, you won’t feel better about yourself in doing so
Remember to be nice to yourself, and learn to love yourself just as you are. And if you do not like the person you are, then sit down and write how you would like to be like and try to incorporate some daily actions which will bring you closer to becoming the person you want to be.
Er der noget jeg er blevet lidt fan af, så er det at høre nogle gode, interessante og lærerige podcasts. Man slapper af på en anden måde når man sætter sig til at høre et podcast, end når man ser tv eller videoer. Man kan lave sig en god kop te og bare sætte sig i sofaen og lytte til det, eller man kan tage høretelefonerne i ørene og begive sig ud på en tur i den friske luft.
Her er mine bud på 3 gode podcasts, som jeg syntes var værd at dele med jer.
1. Martiny Podcast – Emma Martiny
Emma Martiny har jeg nævnt herinde førhen, og jeg har også lavet et lille interview med hende som I kan læse her. Men, Emma er simpelthen en af de mest inspirerende kvinder jeg kender, og hun gør sig nogle fantastiske tanker om alle mulige forskellige ting. Så det er en ren fornøjelse at få lov at lytte med i hendes tanker via hendes podcast. Første sæson af hendes podcast handlede meget om business, blogging og seje kvinder – det var super fedt! Nu er Emma lige kommet ud med første episode af 2. sæson af hendes podcast, som kommer til at omhandle det at leve et mere holistisk liv, og endnu mere af hendes tanker. Jeg kan kun sige at jeg glæder mig til at lytte med.
2. The Life Coach School – Brooke Castillo
The Life Coach School podcast er levet af kvinden Brooke Castillo, som er forfatter og livsstils coach. Den kvinde er så inspirerende, og hun har lavet over hundrede episoder af sit podcast. Hun laver både podcast hvor hun interviewer andre inspirerende mennesker, og episoder hvor hun bare snakker og deler ud af sin viden, som hun har tilegnet sig. Der er så meget brugbart og lærerigt information at få via hendes podcast. Fokus ligger på livsstil og selvudvikling, som nok er nogle af mine absolutte yndlings emner at læse, lytte og lære om.
3. The School of Greatness – Lewis Howes
The School of Greatness podcast er lavet af manden Lewis Howes. Han er tidligere professionel fodbold spiller, verdens atlet, og bare en super sej mand, som inspirere en til at blive ved med at udvikle sig, og blive bedre og bedre. Hans podcast er blevet ranket som værende i toppen af Self-Development podcast på iTunes. Lewis Howes interviewer også en masse inspirerende mennesker, og deler ud af sin egen viden omkring selvudvikling og meget andet.
Så er der vidst ikke så meget mere at sige, end på med hørebøfferne og lad noget inspiration og motivation flyde ind i jeres ører! Rigtig god dag!
If there is something I’ve become a fan of, it is to listen to some good and interesting podcasts. You relax in another way while listening to a podcast, than you do when watching tv or videos. You can make yourself a good cup of tea, sit in the couch and just listen to it, or you can pluck in your earphones and go outside in the fresh air and listen to it.
Here are my suggestions for 3 good podcasts, which I thought was worth sharing with you guys.
1. Martiny Podcast with Emma Martiny This podcast is made by an inspirering Danish woman named Emma Martiny. The podcast is in Danish, so no further need for explanation here.
2. The Life Coach School with Brooke Castillo The Life Coach School podcast is made by the woman Brooke Castillo, which is an Author and lifestyle coach. That woman is so inspirering, and she has made over a hundred episodes of her podcast. Her podcast contains episodes where she talks with other inspirering people, and episodes where it is just her speaking and sharing her knowledge and wisdom. There is so much useful and clever information to gain from her podcast. Her main focus is within lifestyle and self development, which is probably two of my favourite topics to read, listen and learn about.
3. The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes The School of Greatness podcast is made by the man Lewis Howes. He is a former professional football player, a world record athlete, and just a very cool man, which inspires one to development yourself and just become better and better. His podcast has been top-ranked within the Self-Development podcast category on iTunes. Lewis Howes both interviews inspirering people, and shares his knowledge about self development and much more.
Then there ain’t much else to say than pluck in your earphones and let the inspiration and motivation flow directly into your ears! Have a great day!
Citatet på billedet siger egentlig det hele. Men jeg vil alligevel gerne uddybe lidt. Der er mange mennesker der har tendens til at gå op i alle mulige andre, og andres liv, og selvfølgelig skal man vise interesse for sine medmennesker og vise omsorg og alt det der, men lad være med at blive smålig og irriteret eller andet over andre mennesker og deres måde at leve deres liv på. Det kommer der absolut intet godt ud af, hverken for dig eller for dem. Det er deres valg hvordan de vil leve deres liv, punktum.
Istedet for, så invester mere af din tid til at arbejde på dig selv. Start et livslangt projekt med dig selv. Lær dig selv at kende, udfordre dig selv, vær sød og rar ved dig selv, lær nye ting, udvid dit livssyn! Begynd at brug mere tid på alle de her ting, og det vil være det bedste du nogensinde har gjort for dig selv. Du skal være sammen med dig selv forevigt, og du skal være i din krop for evigt. Så, arbejd på at blive bedste venner med dig selv, og sørg for at du altid har det fantastisk i dit eget selskab.
Start nogle projekter, det kan være læse nogle selvhjælpsbøger eller nogle bøger der udfordrer dit livssyn – og husk for alt i verden at være åben når du læser nye ting. Eller begynd til en ny hobby, som jeg også har skrevet om i et tidligere indlæg. Overskrid dine grænser, gør ting du normalt ikke gør, eller som du altid har haft lyst til, men ikke rigtigt har turde. Prøv det. Flyt dine grænser. Rejs ud i verdenen. Dette er virkelig noget af det meste givende og lærerige i hele verden hvis du spørger mig. Jeg elsker at rejse, både det at se fantastiske steder i verden, men også at opleve andre kulturer end bare ens egen – det er mildest talt fantastisk at komme ud i noget som ikke er ens vante rammer, og få at se at andre ikke lever og tænker ligesom dig. Du kan lære så meget om dig selv, og om livet – hvis bare du selv er villig til at kaste dig ud i det, og være åben.
The quote on the picture actually says it all. But I still want to explain it a bit deeper. A lot of people have a tendency to care too much about others people lifes, and of course you should show interest for other people and show compassion and all that, but don’t get irritated or negative about other people and how they live their lifes. Nothing good will come out of that, neither for you or for them. It is their choice how they choose to live their lifes.
Instead you should invest your time in working on yourself. Begin a new lifelong project with yourself. Learn to know yourself better, challenge yourself, be sweet and kind to yourself, learn new things, expand your view upon life! Start using more time on all these things, and it will be the best thing you have ever done to yourself. You have to be together with yourself forever, and be in your own body forever. So, work on becoming best friends with yourself, and make sure that you are always in a great company when you are on your own.
Start some new projects, it could be reading some selfhelp books or books that challenges your view upon life – and remember to be open when you read these things. Or begin a new hobby, as I wrote about in another blog post. Challenge your boundaries, do things you do not usually do, or things that you have been wanting to do, but haven’t had the courage to. Try it. Move your boundaries. Travel out in the world. This is one of the most amazing and life-giving things that you can do, if you ask me. I love to travel, both because I get to see amazing places in the world, but also that I get to experience other cultures than just my own – it is simply amazing to get out of your usual place, and get to see that others might not think and live the way you do. You can learn so much about yourself, and about life – if just you are willing to throw yourself out there, and be open.