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> February 2022 - The Art of Perfumery!

Because my vanity drawer is constantly brimming with perfume, I decided to try something new late last year. Rather than adhering to my usual path of trademark scents, I embarked on a perfume-wearing frenzy, in which I wore a new fragrance every day for roughly a month, noting which formulations I loved best and which combinations drew the most complements, remarks, and praises.


A smell is more than just a perfume. It's a memory that sticks with us for a long time. With just a whiff of these fragrances, those delectable cookies baking in your mother's kitchen or the heady perfume of the flowers on that prom night corsage all come alive again, generating a wonderful rush of warm and fuzzy memories.


Unlike other human senses, olfactory reactions are linked to our brain's emotional centre and are directly related to our prior experiences. Scents convey messages to our limbic system, the part of the brain that regulates memory and emotion. Positive feelings evoked by particular smells have been shown to lessen stress levels and enhance general mental perspective.


This combination of aroma, memory, and emotion explains why scents have the ability to impact our emotions and psychological well-being with some scents commanding the attention in a room like a moth to a flame. The only trick you need to learn here is to choose the right perfume for the right occasion.


> January 2022 Fulfill your objectives in 2022!

The list of things to do in January continues to grow. I've been assured that I'm not alone, that many individuals are ringing in the New Year by battling with their own thoughts and sentiments in order to move their health and happiness forward.


Grand, sweeping life changes, such as reaching your weight goal or finding a new job/career by the end of the year, are common New Year's resolutions.


To overcome a lack of motivation and desire, instead of trying to make drastic changes in your life, set some daily, monthly, quarterly, and yearly goals for yourself. You'll be able to observe more progress in real time if you break down larger resolutions into smaller, more manageable ones, which will help you stay motivated throughout the year.


We have all observed, once the excitement of the new year has worn off, staying motivated to achieve your objectives may be difficult. You will be able to fulfill your objectives in 2022 if you have the necessary tools to stay motivated and productive in the long run.


Try the following steps: You will be able to increase your energy levels by using these easy incentive strategies to overcome any sluggish disposition!


So, how about we get started?


Maintain your vitality! - You may run into periods when you don't have the energy to keep going after you've set your goals. Setting objectives that are Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Time-managed is the most frequent method for motivating oneself or others.


Stay positive and have some fun. If you change the way you think, you will have unlimited energy. Some people, for example, create exciting objectives such as reducing weight. Going to the gym on a regular basis may be the key to achieving that aim. If going to the gym does not appeal to you, discover other healthy ways to lose weight as long as they are enjoyable, such as organising a salsa night.


Adjust your mindset. Make yourself feel like you want to. Expand your mental horizons via listening, reading, and relearning or learning new abilities.


Take the time to track your progress and reward yourself for each significant goal you set! There's nothing wrong with rewarding yourself for what you've accomplished.


Make tiny objectives - Make sure they're realistic and manageable so you can make progress and attain them.


Reassess, Review and Evaluate - Take a look at who is around you in your daily life. Are they favourable or unfavourable? Is it beneficial or harmful? Toxic or beneficial? Expel them from your life and surround yourself with good people.


"Just do it!" - You don't have to wait till you're inspired to get started; simply start with the basics. You don't need to consider the broad picture first; instead, look at what you can do right NOW and concentrate on what you can achieve.


Read a Mantra, inspiring quotations or a passage from an author that has experienced a similar path to one that you want to travel.

New Year's resolutions should be implemented gradually and in modest doses. 


Remember to cut yourself some slack.