Charlotte Lundqvist is an author, avid photographer, nature fanatic and adventurer with a passion for exploring new places. Whether she’s hiking in her beautiful home country of Sweden or running around in the middle of the night in the heart of Iceland’s glaciers, Charlotte has an adventurous spirit and an artist’s soul, which compel her to always appreciate the natural world around us.
She loves to inspire others and help people rediscover their imagination, and she founded her photography business in 2015 to help people do exactly that. Charlotte has worked with dozens of clients on various photography projects, and she’s completed many more of her own.
With a Bachelor’s degree in psychology and a background in human resources, public health, social law and psychiatry, Charlotte loves to learn and expand her mind. She’s also a believer in crisis preparedness as part of the Civil Defense Association.
When not indulging her inner adventurer or practicing photography, Charlotte enjoys singing, painting, reading far too many books, and finding fluffy animals to cuddle. For more information about her photography work, visit: www.clundqvist.com, or check out her Instagram at @clundqvistphotography and @clundqvistportraits
The official Instagram account for this book is @howtofindinspiration.
“To laugh often and much, to win the respect of intelligent people and the affection of children…to leave the world a bit better…to know even one life has breathed easier because you lived. This is to have succeeded.”
— Ralph Waldo Emerson
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10 Ideas to Make You Happier – Every Single Day
Hug your loved ones. Hugs are great for our mental health and for the people who care about you as well. If you have a spouse, room-mate, live at home with your parents and/or siblings –hug them more. If you live alone, but have a dog or any other animal, hug it more. It’s said that to get those awesome endorphins going we need to hug for at least seven seconds. Do count in your head to not creep out the recipient.
We all need to practice self-care. No surprise there. Sometimes we’re great at it and it makes us feel so very good. Other times we forget it and only realize it when it affects our mood. And let me tell you, that’s not a good feeling.
When we practice self-care, we’re happier, have more energy and sleep better. At least I know I do.
Practicing self-care doesn’t have to be difficult or take up too much time, either. Which is great for those with super-busy schedules.
Here are my favorite, small and not too time-consuming, self-care tips:
Ever felt the need for a website specialized in how many privacy infringing functions a website uses? Or watching every single plane that is in the air at any given moment? Perhaps you have wondered if there is such website that tells you if two different materials can be glued together?