Gosh, I know that I am getting old as Sunday is here again and another Carnival of Positive Thinking. Here are articles which hopefully will help us all deal with our grief, our bereavement and start us on a path to happiness.
Will Edwards presents How to Heighten Your Creativity posted at Making a Difference, saying, “Read essays, articles, or books on creativity and you will more than once you will read that you can heighten your creativity and create new ideas by reading magazines that you wouldn’t typically read. The suggestion is to go to your local newsstand and pick up magazines you wouldn’t ever read and read them for ideas, connections and trends.”
Aparna presents Beauty and Personal Grooming: Benefits of walking posted at Beauty and Personality Grooming, saying, “Stress fighter and mood enhancer: A regular fitness walking program relieves you of stress by improving the secretion of neuro hormones, which beat anxiety and depression by giving you a pleasant feeling, while at the same time restoring vitality and promoting a sense of well-being.”
Ryan Taft presents Don’t Become Numb to the World posted at Society is Deaf, saying, “Don’t let life’s hardships overcome you. Never become numb to the world. Use those hardships as motivation to accomplish your goals and realize your dreams. Read this post and get your day started right!”
Phil B. presents The Advantages of Setting Goals « Phil for Humanity posted at Phil for Humanity, saying, “Setting goals is very important, however not everyone is aware of all the reasons. Here are the advantages for setting goals.”
Christopher presents Attitude Is Everything: “Failure Is Not An Option” posted at The Secret Of Theatrical Space.
Shamelle presents How To Regain Control When Distractions Are Eating Your Time posted at Enhance Life.
Tami Blodgett presents “Inspired Choices For Staying Emotionally Balanced posted at Online Wellness: A Safe Haven, saying, “ng this time of tremendous emotional, mental, physical, spiritual and economic upheaval, it is imperative that we set a conscious intention to stay rooted within ourselves. Catherine offers choices for Staying Emotionally Balanced.”
Erin Pavlina presents Isn?t there a less painful way to learn spiritual lessons? posted at Erin Pavlina’s Blog, saying, “Why do our spirit guides feel the need to drop us on our asses so painfully in order to teach us the error of our ways? Surely there is a less painful way to learn.”
Will Edwards presents Success vs. Happiness posted at White Dove Books, saying, “Like a lot of Americans, I was raised in a school system that tried to motivate me with some fear. “You better get good grades, unless you want to dig ditches for a living.” Or, “you have to have a goal or a career, or you’ll just float through life,” as if our worth as humans and are happiness was only determined by achieving some constructed measure of success.”
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