Why having depression makes me want to travel more

Why having depression makes me want to travel more

There’s no way of denying the fact that each one of us goes through the low phases of life, and often struggle hard to overcome them. While for some, it’s a moderate situation with on & off phases of sadness, guilt, lack of confidence etc., for others, it’s more grave, leading to chronic depression where one can’t concentrate in anything, keeps being lost or constantly ponders of past mistakes, trying to find out answers to questions which have no sense! ‘Depression’ is a sort of mental illness that was regarded as a taboo till the last couple of decades when people would keep themselves in a box, and never talk about things that bother them to a great extent. But with the change in time, the trend has changed and now, the remedy for ‘depression’ is to talk rather than to sulk. By talking, I don’t mean verbal conversation all the time, but it can be any mode of expression. One can seek help from colors and a paintbrush, to pour...
I’m Going To Portugal

I’m Going To Portugal

I have some super exciting news: I’m off to Portugal for a week at the end of this month, and I’m literally desperate for a relaxing week in the sun! I’ve never been to Portugal before, which was the reason myself and my boyfriend decided to chose this place as our next holiday destination. I mean, I tend to travel a lot, so it’s kinda strange I’ve left it so long to explore this place… So it’s the total opposite end of the holiday spectrum to my earlier trip this year – a beautiful week in Phuket, Thailand. This time, we’re opting for a 4 star huuuuuuge hotel nestled between the old and new town of Albufeira, close to some of Portugal’s loveliest beaches. As I don’t know too much about Albufeira, and Portugal in general, I’m totally up for hearing your recommendations: where is good to day trip? Any great eating destinations? Favourite beach in Portugal? Hit me up guys – I wanna hear alllllll your thoughts! So whilst I leave the...
5 tips and tricks for dancer’s fuel and recovery

5 tips and tricks for dancer’s fuel and recovery

Dance is a fun and enjoyable activity, but a professional dancer will tell you that it requires serious effort. Dancing can help you to maintain a great physique and keep your mind sharp. As you start including dance in your lifestyle, you should learn to listen to your body. Here are some tips for recovery and fuel that pro dancers use: Long Rehearsals If you are training for a dance recital, you might be on your feet for up to eight hours a day. This level of physical exertion is shocking and you could end up burning more than eight thousand calories per day. Pro dancers have great energy-conservation techniques that help them not to burn out. Carbo-loading is one of the techniques that they use. It involves ingesting carbohydrates to increase energy. Keep in mind that this technique will make you add weight and become sluggish if you do not exercise regularly. Although you need to exercise regularly and eat right, not all exercise...

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