• crop unrecognizable female psychologist and patient discussing mental problems during session
    Personal Notes and Opinions,  Worklife and Wellbeing

    Influencing Mental Wellness: To Those Who Make a Difference

    Prompt for you to write on: Think about a person in your life who has influenced your perspective on mental well-being. Explain how they have impacted your life. Influencing Mental Wellness: To Those Who Make a Difference Let’s talk about people who influence your perspective on well-being and appreciate them a little. Personally, no one has had a greater impact on my well-being perspective than my therapist. And I have been to many professionals over the years, experimented time and again, because finding your right fit is not just a factor restricted to romantic relationships. And therapy is not just about moving your ass to a comfortable chair, in a…

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    Personal Notes and Opinions,  Worklife and Wellbeing

    Nurturing Growth Through Therapy | Daily Poetry

    Prompt for you to write on: Think about a person in your life who has influenced your perspective on mental well-being. Explain how they have impacted your life. Nurturing Growth Through Therapy. In this tiny journey of life, emptily looking for a guide, With all our struggles and doubts, needing an ally on the side. Somebody whose advice shines through brighter than the sun, Her words soft and comforting, always helps me overcome. For therapy isn’t restricted to sitting and shedding tears, It’s more than hours spent talking about dilemmas and fears. Yes, there’s genuine conversations and warm, fervent talks, But most of all, she’ll help you unlock your inner…

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    Lifestyle,  Personal Notes and Opinions,  Worklife and Wellbeing

    Embracing the Power of Core Values: Discovering Authentic Selves

    In this world of constant hustle and bustle, we often find ourselves stuck between multiple directions. We can either choose to live in alignment with our core values and offer our authentic selves to the world. Or we can choose to portray to the world somebody that we are not and be okay with the haunting feeling of being an imposter. It can be so difficult to connect with your authentic self when a thousand voices echo in your mind all day; different versions of the right choices clouding your judgement because you haven’t spent enough time figuring out your own voice. Of late, I’ve been putting all my heart…

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    Lifestyle,  Productivity and Organisation,  Worklife and Wellbeing

    Energize Your Work Life: Break Free from Energy-Draining Habits

    Hello and welcome back to Readably Yours! I usually don’t like to start my post with a negative question, but let’s make an exception today. Do you often find it challenging to stay energized and focused throughout the day? You’re certainly not the only one. Many of us grapple with work habits that sap our energy, leaving us feeling drained and lacking motivation. Today, I’m here to share some tough-advice on how to identify and break free from these energy-draining habits. Let’s explore how small (but obvious) changes in our work habits can lead to a huge transformation in our energy levels and productivity. The undeniable truth remains: each of…

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    Book Blogging,  Books,  Lifestyle,  Reading Hacks and Merchandise

    How To Really Connect With Your Books :)

    Do you ever find yourself lost while rummaging through the pages of a book? Hello and welcome back to Readably Yours! Of late, this really simple question has been bothering me a lot. The reason being that I have witnessed many books throughout my reading journey where I desperately tried to delve deeper but only ended up losing more of my mind. Trust me when I say there’s no worse feeling for a reader (other than dog-eared bookmarks, of course). You know, when I first grab hold of a book, I hold a certain expectation from myself, I assume that I’m going to be so vested in it that I…

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    Lifestyle,  Productivity and Organisation,  Reading Hacks and Merchandise,  Study Life

    Multitasking in the World of Books, Coffee, and Productivity

    Do you ever feel like there just aren’t enough hours in the day to fit in everything you love? You’re not alone! Between work, personal commitments, and that ever-growing to-do list, carving out time for a good book can feel like a luxury. But what if I told you that reading could actually boost your productivity, not hinder it? Sounds too good to be true? Buckle up, because we’re about to explore how to savor our love of reading while crushing your goals with really tiny activities to multi-task between work and reading. Come on, I get it. I come from a busy background myself, and juggling passions can often…

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    Culture,  Lifestyle,  Personal Notes and Opinions,  Productivity and Organisation

    07 Tiny Ways To Experience A Better, Productive Year

    Hey there! I have to say that I feel really ready to kick-start this year with a bang. And I would love for you to get a headstart too – so I’ve got some tiny yet incredibly impactful ways to help you supercharge your life in 2024. Buckle up, the coming year is going to be an amazing journey of growth and I’m so sure that we’re going to achieve it all. But I also know that it’s easy to get overwhelmed. Because every year, we end up setting these huge New Year’s resolutions, most of which turn out to be unrealistic and unfulfilled by the end of the year.…

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    Culture,  Lifestyle,  Personal Notes and Opinions,  Study Life

    Eight Years Of A Disoriented Career Life – Relatable?

    Last week, at therapy, we were discussing why I end up taking multiple final decisions with respect to my career choices every two years. This has started to seem like a futile activity now because I keep circling back to the same field that I’m currently in. The goal of the session was to understand why I constantly choose this field in spite of being internally aware that this is not the best path ahead for me in terms of interest as well as ability to perform beyond expectations. What started as a casual career discussion turned out to be a haunting exploration of my personal insecurities. I’ve partly documented…