In this post, I’ll be providing five benefits of taking naps:
Well Rested: From experience, naps can be efficient enough to recharge your energy batteries. Falling asleep for a brief period of time can make you feel rejuvenated when you wake up, leaving you with the motivation to complete tasks.
Me ‘Free’ Time: One of the only times you can get me time is napping. The session only requires yourself to show up and give your body and mind the opportunity to rest. Also, it’s a space to gain strength for the day ahead.
Locations are endless: Napping doesn’t only have to happen in the bedroom. It can be done anywhere. Preferably, you would want to be in a comfortable spot which gives you the freedom and seclusion to do so.
Napping Accessories: Naps can be made more comfortable and enjoyable by wrapping yourself with a favourite blanket. It reinforces security and relaxation, usually, I’ve found soft materials work well when it comes to sleeping.
Overall Balance: Naps can balance out your day, especially if you have a demanding job or lead a busy lifestyle. It can also be relevant even for slower-paced lifestyles. It revitalises your system and helps avoid burn out or being overworked.
In the next part of the series, I will be discussing dreams so I’ll see you guys in the next post.
I’ve created a makeup tutorial on how to contour the nose. I have left a disclaimer in the YouTube description box. I don’t know when I’ll be releasing another one but this idea came to me before the new year. So I decided to pursue it and here we are.. check it out below👇🏾
“Cats apparently think humans are bigger, clumsy, hairless cats, so that’s adorable” (Nina Khan, Bustle)
I came across an article on the Bustle website during Saturday afternoon. I was drawn to it, because I’m intrigued by animal behaviour and with cats being one of them. I was excited to read on more, so I could understand the title. It’s interesting how something can just stand out at you; encouraging you to investigate further.
I’ve always been puzzled by cats behaviour and wondered how animals view us humans in general. Especially flys, I learnt recently they have multiple eyes, so their eyesight maybe all over the place (who knows???).
Cat communicate through their body language, gestures and vocal expressions (meowing) to signal what they want. If you respond to a cat in the same way, you get into this meowing match😂. It’s weird, because it raises a thought in your head. Do they understand what you’re saying? Because it might mean something in their language. Or you could just appear friendly to them, making it likely to want to play with you.
I would suggest reading the article above, because it gives insight from an feline expert on the communication between cats and humans. You’ll be able to understand the dynamic in the interaction. Also, there is content on YouTube too, to help get to know them and their behaviour. It’s suitable for anyone who’s interested or looking to become an owner of a fluffy kitty in future.
I haven’t wrote a post like this in a while, I’ve been focusing more on the practical side of things. Slightly ignoring typing detailed blog posts, so this morning I thought I decide to start doing this.
The past couple of months I’ve been doing artsy things and you can see this in the previous posts. However if you go further back, you’ll be able to read in depth posts you may be able to relate to.
One reason why I’ve been doing the artsy stuff is because it’s more engaging and it keeps your mind at bay. It puts you into a meditative trance where all you’re doing is concentrating on the practice in front of you.
Also, you can’t be so serious all the time. It’s very dense and wears you down. You have to find balance in between being serious and still keeping things light hearted. Otherwise, it will become overwhelming always focussing so heavily on being stiff. It will affect your body and muscles. I think doing Yoga and getting exercise in is beneficial to loosen those areas, so energy can move more fluidly through your body.
What do you do in your pass time?
Share your choices in the comments below
I’ll be trying to release new video in the future, so look for them👀
There are places to be discovered in London, when you’re looking. You will find it.. This can lead you to other places you wouldn’t think existed. Obviously, google images can only show you so much. It’s better to see it with your own eyes as it appears freshly before you.
These pictures were captured in the East London area of Walthamstow, in the surrounding nature lands.
Check out the latest slideshow on photographs taken from June 11th below:
Thank you for viewing the images✌🏾😃
Whilst you’re here, look at the other posts that are photograph-related: