All Posts by Joanna Zajusz

Do You Crave Simplicity? Start Here.

There comes a point in life when we want to leave everything and fly. (Maybe it happens between spring and summer, maybe when we move from summer to autumn, or maybe it’s completely unrelated to life’s chapters.) This is the time, when you realize you carry too much with you. You look at the past […]

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How To Handle Your Anger.

Are you open to talk about anger? Specifically about your anger? Never feel it? True – we are able to train our mind to be free, most of the time, from the draining and negative emotions. Ask anyone who practices mindfulness. Anyone who rewired their brain to focus on positive. But the “bad” emotions are still available […]

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How To End The Post Vacation Blues

I hesitated if I should write about this. I didn’t want to make a big deal of something that we may say is a luxury problem. On the other hand – I can’t ignore it. Post vacation blues, post travel depression (PTD) is real. And it hurts. (It is also something that pushed me to […]

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Our Inner Dialogue can be our Source of Confidence

“There is no value judgement more important to man than the estimate he passes on himself. The more you like  yourself the higher your self esteem will be.” – Nathaniel Branden Pema Chodron writes that gentleness with oneself is a root of confidence.  She calls it an “unconditional friendliness with yourself”. It’s not difficult to practice it, if […]

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