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Monday, 31 March 2014

Welcome to the Rhythm Blog!

  • Have you ever felt overexhausted, unmotivated or depressed?
  • Do you need some motivation or inspiration?
  • Do you have a calling but don't know what to do with it?
  • Do you need some support in following through the way to your true self?
  • Would you like to live a happier and healthier life?
  • Are you planning to change your lifestyle?
  • Have you ever wondered about the ways to find balance in your life?
  • Are you interested in some useful pieces of advice from the best experts in the wellness and fitness industry?
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If your answer is yes, read on!
The Rhythm Blog was created to help people who want to live their lives and don't just let things happen to them. I write to you, who -similarly to me- want to change your lifestyle and are listening to your calling but are still looking for your real passion. If you want to live a happy, healthy and complete life but need some advice, you will find plenty on this blog.

In the posts, I share a collection of unique and useful stories of successful, fearless and happy people and introduce their ideas to you through my own experiences and point of view. They all set wonderful examples for us, who need a "kick"; some motivation and support in following through the ways to find our true self. With presenting the world of the best experts, my blog’s aim is to provide you with relevant and appropriate information in order to help you to create a happy, healthy and balanced life.

My posts on the blog will mostly cover subjects related to mental wellbeing. However, if you follow the Rhythm Blog's facebook page you will not only get fresh wellness & fitness tips (motivational and inspirational quotes, exercising, beauty, healthy eating, recipes, etc.) but also some instant soul-candy in the form of short posts including topics that might be covered in a longer article on the Rhythm Blog

I hope that you will enjoy reading the posts and find them useful. I am looking forward to hearing your ideas and opinions; please e-mail me on the Rhythm Blog's facebook page.