Why is perpetual learning important? Here are some reasons to do so. They include:
* The more you learn about your highly sensitive nature, the better you can utilize it and work with it, rather than have it be a hindrance in your life.
* Learning helps you determine your interests, regardless of your age. It helps you expand your horizons.
* It teaches universal truths that teach life lessons. Continue reading “Why is perpetual learning important?”
Are you an energy conservationist? By that, I mean, do you know your energy drains that deplete your energy? If not, how can you conserve your energy? Here are some examples of energy drains and what you can do about them:
* Unnecessary chit chat— Unless there is a major event happening, we can’t be available to just chat at all hours. Set boundaries for yourself about how much chat time that you need. Socializing is extremely important, so is quiet time that we highly sensitive people need. Continue reading “Are you an energy conservationist?”
Do you get the rest that you need? Highly sensitive people like myself, sometimes get too involved with the complexities of life. Taking the time to recharge your emotional and physical batteries is crucial to your well-being and productivity.
How do know when you need to rest? Here are some examples when I’m rest deprived. They are as follows:
* I get very irritable and am not able to focus on the things that are important to me.
* I don’t have the patience or the need to be around others. Continue reading “Do you get the rest that you need?”
What’s the real meaning of Labor Day? I read an article from Rev. Dr. DeForest B. Soaries that beautifully answers this question. The article is as follows:
Although the social festivities and family gatherings obscure the original meaning of Labor Day, the fact the first Monday in September in the United States punctuates the end of summer with day off with pay is a greatly appreciated benefit for all American workers who have it. Continue reading “What’s the real meaning of Labor Day?”