A Day In My Life

A Day In My Life

Recently I took a survey to see what kind of posts you guys would like to see on lifesfinewhine and I got a bunch of really fun ideas and A DAY IN MY LIFE was one of these ideas. I thought it would be fun to share my daily routine with you guys and just kind of give you an idea of what my day is like. I know there’s isn’t a lot going on in my daily life right now since I don’t have school and stuff but I still try to keep busy.With everything going on at the moment I don’t really go out much unless I need something from the store. This is what I did yesterday which was a Sunday so it was kind of a relaxed day for me. I really hope you enjoy this post and thank you Bookish Refreshment for suggesting this post idea! I think this is such a fun post to do and I really hope you enjoy reading the post as much as I enjoyed creating it.  

Wake up, meditation and breathing exercises (9:30 am to 10:30 am)

I try really hard to start my day with meditation and breathing exercises. As you guys know I suffer from anxiety but meditation and breathing exercises really help me out with it especially when I start my day out with it. It just makes my whole day so much better. I can’t always do it in the morning but I try really hard to do it whenever I can.

Eat breakfast (10:30 am to 11:00 am)

So, technically I don’t eat my breakfast I tend to drink it. And by that I mean I usually start the day with smoothies, tea or some protein milk. I feel gross when I eat for breakfast so I like to keep it simple.

Check on blog (11:00 am to 12:00 am)

Next I check up on my blog and go through my comments and check out some other blogs and stuff. I usually do this for about forty-five minutes to an hour.

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Make lunch (12:00 pm to 2:00 pm)

After working on my blog for a bit I usually start working on my lunch and finish eating my lunch. Today, I decided to make a vegetable pancake- it turned out delicious and I’ll definitely be putting the recipe on my blog soon!

Check social media and emails (2:00 pm to 3:00pm)

After lunch I check out my social media and reply to stuff, check out my feed and reply to DM’s. I try to limit my social media time these days so I try to spend like fifteen/twenty minutes on each. 

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Check on blog (3:00pm to 3:40 pm)

I check on my blog again for a while and schedule the post for the day. 

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Duolingo (3:40 pm to 4:00 pm)

As you guys know I’ve been learning German on Duolingo again which has been super fun! I started from the beginning again just to remind myself the basic stuff. I usually spend about fifteen to twenty minutes doing my daily lesson. 

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Plan out the week (4:00 pm to 4:20 pm)

I like to plan out my posts for the week on Sunday so I know exactly what I’ll be posting and when. I like to have my posts ready in advance in case something happens to come up or I get busy. I usually use this adorable dog themed planner my sister got me!

Write +edit post and create + edit images (4:20 pm to 6:00 pm)

I begin writing my posts after planning out the posts for the week because I like to get them done at least a day or two in advance. It takes a while to write and edit the post, create and edit the images etc so I just prefer to do everything in advance. 

Make dinner (6:00 pm to 8:00 pm)

After doing this I like to start cooking dinner. I prefer to have a light dinner- usually something rice based. Today I decided to make a Korean cauliflower dish with rice- recipe coming soon! I ate it with seaweed and kimchi

Watch TV (8:00 pm to 9:00 pm)

After dinner I like to relax for a bit so I watch a TV show or a movie or something. I’m super into The Simpsons right now. Oh and if anyone has good movie recommendations please let me know in the comments!

Check on the scheduled post and blog (9:00 pm to 9:30 pm)

I check up on my blog again to make sure my scheduled post has gone up because WP can be annoying sometimes. I answer some more comments, look through other blogs and write some more. 

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Read (9:30 pm to 10:15 pm)

After this I like to take it easy and read for a while. Sometimes I drink some chamomile tea while reading because it’s very calming and helps me sleep better. Currently, I am rereading The Little Prince which is one of my favourite books of all time. 

Check on everything one last time (10:15 pm to 10:30 pm)

I check on social media, my blog and my emails one last time before bed. I do this about half an hour to an hour before I go to bed because doing something on a screen right before you go to sleep makes it more difficult to sleep. So I try not to use my phone right before bed.

Meditate (10:30 to 10:50 pm)

Before bed I like to meditate again because this helps me calm my brain down and put me in the right mental state to go to sleep. This is also when I take my CBD oil every two days.

Sleep (10:50-ish pm)

Finally, I go to bed and that’s pretty much the end of my day!

Your Thoughts

What is your daily routine like these days? Is it similar to mine in any way? Let me know in the comments below I would love to hear your thoughts!


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Ideal Inspiration Blogger Award #2.1

Thank you!

I want to thank Rosell Jardinico for nominating me for this award. She has an awesome blog with lifestyle, minimalism, food, travel and lots more. Be sure to check it out by clicking here. 

The Rules:

  1. Thank the person who have nominated you and provide a link back to his/her blog.
  2. Answer their questions.
  3. Nominate up to 9 other bloggers and ask them 5 new questions.
  4. Notify the nominees through their blog by visiting and commenting on their blog.
  5. List the rules and display the “Ideal Inspiration Blogger Award” logo.
  6. Provide the link of the Award creator of ideal inspiration blogger award as Rising Star from https://idealinspiration.blog

My Questions:

Do you consider yourself as a minimalist? A maximalist? Or somewhere in between?

I really want to be a minimalist but if I’m being honest I’m probably something in between.

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What’s your favorite thing you own and why?

My phone- it’s helping me stay in touch with everyone I love. 

Do you have any regrets? If so, what are they?

A lot of stuff I did as a teenager I regret. I was kind of an asshole and stupid when it came to making decisions. 

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What do you consider your ultimate comfort food?

My mum’s khichdi or kimchi stew.

What are the ways/your ways to deal stress and anxiety in this Pandemic?

Meditation, yoga, maintaining a routine and staying busy. I have a detailed post on it in case you’re interested. You can check it out by clicking here. 

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Ideal Inspirational Blogger Award

Thank you for the award nomination!

I want to thank Nida Khan for nominating me for this award! She has an awesome blog with book reviews and more. Be sure to check it out by clicking here. 

Rules:

1. Thank the person who have nominated you and provide a link back to his/her blog.
2. Answer their questions.
3. Nominate up to 9 other bloggers and ask them 5 new questions.
4. Notify the nominees through their blog by visiting and commenting on their blog.
5. List the rules and display the “Ideal Inspiration Blogger Award” logo.
6. Provide the link of the Award creator of ideal inspiration blogger award as Rising Star from https://idealinspiration.blog

Questions

What do you do to unwind/destress/relax?
Meditate or watch TV.

Who is your favorite artist or what is your favorite artwork?
My favourite artist right now is DestinyBlue– she’s absolutely brilliant.
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Do you have a favorite fragrance? What is it?
My favourite is a vegan, cruelty free fragrance from Skylar called Woodsy. You can check out my full review for it by clicking here. 
 
Are you an early-bird type of person, a night-owl, or somewhere in between?
Night owl for sure.

Do you have a favorite movie character? Who is it and from what movie?
Yes, Han Solo from Star Wars!

My Nominees

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Ways To Remain Positive During Hard Times

Mental Health Awareness Month

Since May is Mental Health Awareness Month I thought I would do a post about “Ways To Remain Positive During Difficult Times” as I know for a lot of people the last few weeks/months have been very difficult and it may be difficult to remain positive when so much negativity is surrounding us. It may be even more difficult for people who were already suffering from mental health problems such as anxiety and depression. I think we could all use something positive right now and that’s why I decided to share these today. I just want to remind everyone that if you feel like you need someone to talk to about the situation please feel free to reach out via social media or email both of which is listed below.

Happy jar


This is something I found out about a few years ago and I think it’s a really great and fun way to remind yourself to be happy. Basically, what you do is get a jar and then write all your happy memories on pieces of paper and put them in the jar. When you’re feeling depressed or just sad you take out a couple of the papers until you start to feel better. This will remind you that things are not always bad and bad moments don’t last forever.

Take a walk


Personally, I’ve always found walking to be really relaxing and calming especially if it’s in an area that has some kind of nature around it- maybe some plants/trees. It helps you get some fresh air which is really good for your brain especially when you’re feeling down and it allows you to kind of step back and relax.
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Breathe


Sometimes all you need to do is take a few deep breathes. It’s pretty much as simple as that! Taking deep breathes can help you with stress, anxiety and other stress related issues. It can have an instantly calming effect on your mind and body and some people even use breathing techniques to stop panic attacks. There are multiple types of breathing techniques that you can find online and trying them out may help you find the perfect breathing technique for you.

Meditation/yoga


Meditation and yoga can be extremely beneficial especially if they’re done regularly and long term. It helps your mind break out of negative thought patterns and it helps you increase positive thoughts. It also helps you have better control over your mind and body. It can be quite calming as well.

Talk to people you love


Sometimes all you need to do is talk to someone you love/care about. It can really bring a lot of positivity into your life to just express your thoughts and emotions. Expressing yourself with help you get the burden off your shoulder and it will help you to see that you are not alone. Especially right now with everything going on it’s quite easy to feel alone and out of touch with others. So do reach out to someone you care about and talk to them.

Seek Help

If you or someone you know are experiences mental health problems please seek professional health. It can be extremely beneficial to talk to a professional. There are sites that offer online therapy sessions for those who may not be able to go to therapy.
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Ways To Remain Calm

It can be difficult to stay calm with everything going on and it’s natural to be worried. But remaining calm and doing your best will be much more helpful to you and everyone around you and these techniques can help you to remain calm:
Yoga/meditation- Yoga and meditation can be very relaxing especially when you do it after waking up because it helps you throughout the day. Try taking some time- even if it’s fifteen minutes- to do some yoga and meditation at the beginning of the day. Over time you end up learning how to stay relaxed and calm in stressful situations which can be very helpful.
Breathing techniques- Breathing techniques can really help you stay calm and relaxed. Learning breathing techniques that work for you can really help you out.
Online meditation apps- It can be difficult for people to meditate on their own especially when they’re starting out and that’s totally okay. Since this isn’t the best time to go to meditation classes in person meditation apps can be a great substitute. To find  the perfect meditation app for you click here.
Surround yourself with positivity- Even though it’s not the easiest thing to be surrounded by positive news right now it can help to take a break from reading the news and read something positive for a while even if it’s just some positive quotes or a pictures of cute animals.
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Meditation Not Medication. (Guest Post)

By Joseph

It’s hard to get a fix on how much the global population are taking medication. A recent census in America estimates 70% of the population are on prescription meds. Pretty staggering right?

The reason why can be near and far, ranging from depression, high blood pressure, cholesterol, metabolic conditions, ADHD and a myriad of other conditions to which have no perceivable end in sight.

It’s getting worse. I am worried, I really am.

You know what’s interesting though, is that I don’t believe that people do not know the answer to a lot of basic health related problems.

This isn’t going to be a post about how you need to drink more water, exercise more, eat less sugar and more vegetables. People already know this.

The trouble with consistent healthy actions like these, it’s that there’s so many barriers to overcome, sometimes we even need to get out of our own way!

Behavioural Habits – like a computer program we play the same routine of actions over a subsequent day. The same eating habits, the same drinking habits, the same exercise (or lack there of) habits. We get so good at these patterns they go unconscious throughout the day, I mean can you really remember everything you consciously ate and drank today?

Doesn’t quite ring of the tongue.

What if I told you that a lot of our health related problems are predicated on our inability to sit alone in a room.

To get out of that unconscious pattern and sit still for just 10 minutes.

To close our eyes, journey inwards. To be present with ourselves. Not just to hear ourselves, but to listen.

Sounds an easy fix?

I challenge you to do this for just 5 minutes without squirming for your phone – let’s see how you get on.

Medication is a Mask.

Back to medication.

You see medication takes our attention away from the source, the root of the problem. It masks the symptoms without any consideration for why it is present in the first place.

Prescribing Medication is also easy. Sadly, the why it is needed is hard; and It’s also not profitable.

$1.05 trillion not profitable.

These pharmaceutical companies profit on your symptoms, then profit again when you come back with side effects for the initial prescription.

I mean it’s clever, wickedly clever:

Supply an easy solution for a problem. Check.

Easy solution creates a new problem. Check.

Supply an easy solution for new problem. Check again.

It’s a vicious, never ending, cash creating circle.

Like a reoccurring prescription for depression, people can circulate Prozac for years to no avail. This gives no consideration of energy towards the origin of the problem, it only numbs and dulls the pain.

The thing is we need pain – we need to feel pain.

Pain commands our attention, directs us inward towards ourselves.

Pain makes us listen.

I mean, would you muzzle a screaming child in pain?

Then don’t do it to yourselves.

Meditation is your Attention.

I think that a lot of people get put off by the concept of meditation because it is ascribed to the typical lotus, crossed legged position, perhaps atop a snowy mountain with bald monks in orange robes.

Though there is no dispute that this can be attributed towards meditation in the more traditional sense, I like to make known of meditation as a training your attention and awareness.

Mindfulness is often a term that accompanies this practice, which is simply being aware of your inner state, the inner dialogue of thought and feeling that you experience day to day. Just observing them objectively, with no attachment, no judgement.

We are missing this inner attention. The cultivation of how thought and feeling transpire in ourselves when we do certain things.

You see, meditation is in all these things we do.

It is in the unwavering attention in how we run. How we feel the impact on gravel and vibrations beneath our feet in the stride. In the clean, cold air we inhale to lungs. To the pounding in our chest, the blood pounding and pulsing in our head and the cold chill of the breeze on our sweaty skin.

It is in the walks in nature, alone on a Sunday morning. Experiencing the mystical colours of dawn, like a dazzling painting, splashes of reds, oranges, yellows and blues staining the inky skies, finally clashing against the tops of the dark green forest trees. Hearing the rustling and creaking of branches, ebbing and flowing to the cold wind splashing about your face.

It is in the undivided attention in how we converse with people. How we make eye contact, how we not only hear – but listen to another point of view. How we openly accept, appreciate and consider a different perspective. Meditate on the words they say, experience that openness.

Our Wisdom.

Depression is not something I take lightly, and I would not find confidence in sharing this matter if I did not possess wisdom.

Without the meditation of moving, nourishing and being mindful of my inner-self, I found my thoughts sporadic, erratic, ungrounded, misplaced and a danger to myself and others. Only drugs held me together and I realise, like the stats that preface this article, I am likely speaking to someone who feels similar. Held together through drugs.

From someone that has come this place, I realised that I have a choice in where I place my attention and my energy.

You can come to realise when you meditate on a productive task, when your attention is so intent on an objective, when you are truly present and undivided in how you approach something, you unable to think and give that energy to elsewhere, especially neurosis.

And just like a muscle, if you train attention – you, like I, will find your pain melts away in the pursuit of something greater.

You will find the freedom of choice and energy to listen to yourself.

When’s the last time you spent time with yourself and really listened to what your body needed?

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Grateful for your presence,

Joseph

Changing Your Routine To Ease Your Anxiety

As you guys know I talk a lot about anxiety and my experience with it on this blog. I have received so much positive feedback from everyone which is so amazing and I really appreciate it. I’ve also received a lot of comments from people who are going through something similar and so I thought I would share what I’ve been doing recently to help ease my anxiety which has really been helping me a lot.

Technology- You’ve probably heard a lot of people say that technology is bad for people with anxiety or mental illness but I tend to argue against that. I don’t think technology is bad for your anxiety as long as you use it right. There is a lot of stuff that you can do that will worsen your anxiety but there are a lot of benefits too. For example, I love meditation apps (check out my favourite five here), yoga tutorials, and my recent favourite relaxation/meditation music. At the moment I have been listening to Aroshanti’s ‘Zen Relaxation’ album which is doing wonders for me. It is a mix of Japanese Shakuhachi and Chinese Dizi flutes, echoed with Tibetan chanting which has really been helping me relax. I usually listen to the tracks “Compassion”, “Inner Peace”, and “Inner Illumination” in the morning to help start my day with positivity and calmness and in the evening I usually listen to “Acceptance”, “Stillness of Zen” and “Inner Peace” which has really been helping with my insomnia.

     

Meditation/yoga- Meditation and yoga both in the morning and evenings is really helpful too and if you suffer from anxiety I would definitely recommend trying to meditate or do yoga for at least a few minutes everyday. Meditation has really helped me calm my mind and regain control of my feelings. Yoga is helping to control my body and mind as well as help me open up and be more in touch with my emotions.

     

Relaxation- A lot of times we are so preoccupied with our life we forget to slow down and just breathe. Seriously, try sitting down and just taking deep breaths! It is such a wonderful experience and really clears your mind and helps get rid of pent up energy/anxiety. I usually like to listen to “Acceptance” or when I feel stressed out I like to listen to “Searching Within Zen” by Aroshanti which helps me think logically and helps me find solutions to my problems without freaking out. You should definitely try taking a few minutes every morning and night to just relax and calm yourself down.

       

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4 Apps That Are Great For Meditation

Since May is Mental Health Awareness Month I thought I would spend this week sharing different types of posts that are about mental health awareness. Meditation has been a huge help for me and I thought I would share some apps that might be helpful to others. For more posts on mental health click here.

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Headspace-  This app offers multiple short daily exercises which typically last 10, 15, or twenty minutes. There are some longer and shorter exercises. I’ve used this before and it was really great especially when you don’t have a lot of time and want to do a short meditation.

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Stop, Breathe & Think- So this is one that I’ve been using for a while now. It’s really great to calm you down or if you have sleep problems. It has multiple meditations depending on your mood and how you’re feeling. They are mostly short but for me I definitely think they do the trick.

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The Mindfulness App- This app offers guided or silent meditations ranging from 3-30 minutes. It also offers personalized meditation options and reminders throughout the day to remind you to stay mindful.

iPhone- 4.7 Stars

Android- 4.3 Stars

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Calm- This app has calming and breathing exercises to help you relax as well as a kids section for children between the ages of three and seventeen. It even offers voice exercises done voiced actors!

iPhone- 4.8 Stars

Android– 4.5 Stars

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How To Relax

I know this is a bit of a random “how-to” but the truth is that our lives have become so fast and we’re so used to doing something that we have kind of forgotten how to relax and do nothing for a while. We’re always stressed about something or the other and we’re constantly thinking of the future instead of concentrating on the present. Our brain is always switched on no matter what and sometimes we just need to turn it off for a while. Here are some things you can do to relax your mind and just switch off your brain for a bit!

Yoga– If you’re a beginner in yoga try some super easy beginner poses and if you’re used to doing yoga try out some harder poses that help you relax. There are lots of specific poses that are there to help you calm down and feel at ease. Yoga definitely helps keep your mind off everything that’s stressing you out and it makes you physically and psychologically healthier!

 

Meditation– I’m not going to lie, this is much harder than most people think. Meditation is great but you need some practice before you learn to not let your mind drift. However once you learn how to do it right it’s a great way to switch off your brain and just relax.

 

Watch TV– TV is always a great way to take it easy and relax! It helps distract your mind for a while from life! I would recommend watching something intense so you’re really into it.

 

Hobbies- Instead of stressing out or letting your brain run free do something you enjoy doing like cooking, makeup, reading, playing an instrument etc. It’s always a good distraction and a great opportunity to take some time off from your schedule and do something for yourself that you like!

Eat- Honestly, there is no problem food can’t solve! If you’re on a diet have a delicious salad with extra dressing and if not I would recommend stuffing your face with pizza (that always works for me). Food helps you forget about your problems and concentrate on the present.

 

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How To Look After Your Mental Health When Physically Sick

Recently I was really sick and I realised it affected my mental health more than it should have. When I thought about it I noticed that my physical health plays a big role in my mental health and when I’m feeling sick physically my mental health also seems to deteriorate. It’s like your brain knows your defences are down and it attacks. Anyway, these are some of the things that help me out with that and I hope they help you too!

  1. Talk to someone- talk to your family members, friends or even a professional if you feel as though your physical illness is seriously effecting your mental health. Talk to someone and tell them how you feel. I can not emphasize enough how important it is to make sure as you recover physically you are feeling good with your mental health too.
  2. Meditation and yoga- if you can’t do a lot of stretchy yoga positions there are still some really easy ones that pretty much consist of lying down or sitting. If you still feel as though you can’t do these try doing some meditation. You don’t even have to move to meditate and it’ll make you feel tons better to just clear your head for a bit and relax.
  3. Check for side effects- A lot of medicines have horrible side effects including things like depression, anxiety and insomnia. If you already suffer from any of these they might make them a lot worse so make sure you know what you’re taking and that it doesn’t have these side effects. Or if you can’t change your meds try taking something along with them to counter the side effects.
  4. Talk to your doctor ahead of time- Talk to your doctor and let him know if you have any mental disorders that you fear may have gotten worse or will get worse because of your physical illness. Be open about it because that’s the only way they’ll know what’s going on with you. And even though it can be terrifying to open up about your mental illness/es it’s important to remember they’re professionals and it’s their job to treat you not judge you.
  5. Take extra care of yourself- Remember that you should be the most important person in your life. Take care of yourself- eat healthy, drink lots of fluids, get lots of rest and just do whatever it takes to make a speedy recovery. Once you feel better physically, you’ll feel better mentally too.
  6. Stay distracted- Read, sleep, play games, start working on your doctorate… whatever, just keep yourself distracted from negative thoughts. I’m usually not one to say distract yourself or bottle up your thoughts but sometimes it’s better than dealing with them when you’re already feeling down. You can deal with them when you get better.

If you feel like your mental health is still not improving please seek medical help as soon as you can.

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