I'm inclined to believe that people can use their feeling to effectively answer questions about well-being - what affects it, how to achieve it, etc.
As a person who usually is either on/off with well-being (hard work, hard rest) I'd like to hear some opinions/experiences (not advice) from feelers who take a smoother approach to the subject.
*What kind of questions do you ask yourself to determine if some circumstance/schedule/workload etc is acceptable for your continuing well-being?
*How do you determine if some circumstance/situation etc is too unmotivational for you?
*Do you actively observe your own bodily signs, your brain operation etc.. what do you do?
*Or, are you just sensitive to moods and selective about what kinds of tasks you take on?
*Do you follow your mood to the point where you can't perform mosts tasks because you don't feel like it? I mean, cherry-picking activities that are best for your well-being?
*How often do you just push through some demanding task and put your feelings aside? What kinds of roles and names do you have for these activities?
*Do you arrange some inspiration activities for yourself, meditation, contemplation etc with explicit purpose to improve your mood, or make your mood/feelings more suitable for some task/situation?