I have to say in some ways 2011 has been uneventful. Maybe I was in need of a little mundane in my life after 2011 kick me in the butt. But while boredom is welcomed (Thank goodness for the sun! There’s no seasonal affective disorder on my end.), it can also be a sign of stagnation.

Maybe we’re getting too comfortable in our relationships and in our jobs and have started to take for granted the everyday moments in our lives. If that sounds like you, keep reading.

This week’s post are all about rethinking your life, transforming ordinary moments into extraordinary ones, analyzing your relationships and your body language. Here are five posts to re-energize your 2011.

If you’ve been feeling run-down, down and out, tired of the lack of sunlight, I think you’re going to love this week’s top post. Enjoy!

Exposed: What Does Your Body Language Communicate?

(Dialectical Behavior Therapy Understood) – Did you ever have a crush on someone and try to hide your feelings for someone by hiding your face? Okay, maybe that’s just me. But if you ever wanted to read someone or understand your own unconscious body language, you’ll love this top post.

Coming To Your Senses: Moments of Mindfulness In The Everyday

(The Therapist Within) – Bored with the tediousness of the everyday? This post reminds us all to look for the extraordinary in ordinary moments by being more mindful.

A Positive Workplace Equals Greater Productivity

(Adventures in Positive Psychology) – Employers listen carefully. Committed, loyal employees are a rarity these days. But there are things you can do to increase productivity and commitment from your employees. In fact, there are three. Read here.

How Your Subconscious Mind Meddles in Your Love Relationship, Part 1 of 2

(Neuroscience & Relationships) – Valentine’s Day is a few weeks away. Is your relationship where you want it to be? This post will help you get to the root of your problems that go deeper than what you’ve been arguing about.

Seasonal-Affective Disorder: Depression on a Six-Month Binge

(Depression On My Mind) – If you suffer from it, you know how real Seasonal Affective Disorder is and how painful it can be. Read Christine’s personal account of the disorder and how it has changed her life.