All posts tagged: decisionmaking

How to know your life-values and change the course of your life.

The day you understand and accept that you are the most important person in your life and the creator of your own reality is the day you will see your life change. Not overnight, of course, however you will find that you are slowly taking small steps in the direction of your desired state. Whether it’s on a personal, financial or emotional level those small steps will add up to a marathon in the long run. You may not see it today or see it tomorrow but you will look back in a few years time and be in complete awe of what you have accomplished. I know this from experience. To be straight forward with you, four years ago I was struggling with depression thinking I would never be able to live with myself long enough to celebrate my 25th birthday. Now I’ve graduated from a top Australian university, I have started my own company, I have palm trees in my back yard and a loving boyfriend. So yes, things can change.   That …

What the fudge is a Quarter-Life Crisis and how did I get here?

So I briefly mentioned that I’m going through a quarter-life crisis couple of weeks ago. I said this without 100% knowing what a quarter-life crisis was, but assuming it had something to do with feeling overwhelmed and a bit lost. Just like a younger version of the midlife crisis, minus the need to purchase a Harley Davidson. During these last two weeks I’ve read a lot about the quarter-life crisis online. I have even read peer-reviewed journals about the topic, and I’m not alone. Thank God. Abby Wilner wrote a book about the quarter-life crisis after graduating from college, moving back home and being unsure what to do with her life. So how do you know you’re having a quarter-life crisis?   You know you’re having a Quarter-Life Crisis when…:  You’re a stay at home housewife except you’re not married. (Or a stay at home dad minus the children. Or the wife, for that sake).  You see how unhappy some of your older friends or family members are, and you are sh*t scared of ending …