By Thomas Cornish My morning gratitude journal. . . don’t laugh! This was found and, instead of discarding it, I decided to make use of it. I’ve recently begun to practise gratitude. Most mornings, I wake, relieve my bowels (probably didn’t want to know that) and sit down with an A5 ‘Babe’ journal (never mind. … Continue reading A Grateful Morning
By Thomas Cornish Some are consumed with the vision and the bigger picture; some are hampered by a continual striving for unobtainable perfection. Both strategies often leave their hosts without having achieved what they set out to do. Predominantly attending toward the vision has its benefits. For instance, it provides us with meaning and a … Continue reading A tool or two that helped me get passed perfectionism and vision burnout.
By Thomas Cornish The psychological effects of turning 26 years old have been abdominal. The tick over from 25-to-26 comes with not only the promise of another day, but also with a dread inducing adult checklist - cultivated by --26-- years of enculturation. Trepidation, it seems, has dawned upon my mind. My early twenties were … Continue reading 26
By Thomas Cornish This past month has been filled with idle silence fillers from me i.e. small talk. Integrating into a new workplace can be like that. I’ve even found myself asking the question “should I start watching Love Island” just to be able to function in these new social encounters. You see, everyone watches … Continue reading Silence Fillers