It appears that Spring is finally here! After the brutal winter we’ve had, Spring can’t get here fast enough. The great thing about Spring is that it is a chance to start all over again. The trees and flowers bloom all over again and the birds and insects comes back into our world.
While we don’t get a second chance at life, we can take a cue from nature. Every day is a new day. Don’t hold on to what happened yesterday or last week or last year. Learn to start every day anew, appreciating it for the opportunity that it brings.
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Jazzmin Smith presents Confidence Is King posted at Jazzmin Smith saying we miss out on a lot of things because of our lack of confidence. It’s not about who we are, what we drive, how much money we make, how we look, and all the things we’ve accomplished so far. However, these are some of the things that can make or break our feelings of worthiness.
Jeremy Stillman presents Releasing Negative Beliefs with Self Hypnosis posted at Jeremy Stillman Hypnosis and Life Coaching NYC saying the goal of hypnosis is to tap into the extraordinary power of the subconscious mind, which- according to the latest research- governs approximately 95% of our behaviors.
Robyn Brennan presents The Road to Happiness: Ridding Your Life of the Victim posted at Abundant Awakening saying when I began my journey towards happiness, it seemed like an un-obtainable goal. The voice in my head kept torturing me and every time I took huge strides toward obtaining my goal that little voice would re-emerge saying things like; “it’s not possible to be happy when nothing is going my way!”
Katie Akasia presents Judgmental Much? posted at Katie Akasia saying do you use good judgement, or are you judgmental? There’s a fine line, about the width of a hair. I think we’ve all known someone in our lives who was judgmental.
Luke Jones presents How to Meditate Every Day – Health Room posted at Health Room saying I’ve developed a few different habits on my journey towards a healthier lifestyle. Eating a nutrient dense, whole-food, plant-based diet is one of the main ones. Performing mobility exercises every morning. Writing daily.
Dale Shanklin presents Being Busy is Very Unattractive posted at Dale Shanklin’s Personal Development Blog saying have you ever been in this scenario: You run into an acquaintance that you haven’t seen in awhile. They ask how you’ve been and you reply, “Well, I’ve been really busy.” And there’s an emotion you feel after saying this.
Erik Matlock presents The Power of Positive Expectations posted at Becoming a Better Man saying I know I have dealt with some of this before, but I want to go deeper on this one. There are several articles on here about expectations. My ridiculous expectations caused most of my problems. Your ridiculous expectations have caused most of yours, too.
Jkweath presents How to adopt a successful mindset posted at Joshuakeith.net saying adopting a successful mindset is as easy as picturing it in your head. If you were successful, what would your life be like? Let’s picture it now.
Lea Bullen presents 6 Tips to Think Big, Follow Your Dreams and Live Triumphantly posted at Leading Edge Advocate saying when you’re a kid, your encouraged to let your imagination run wild. Your creativity was endless.
Diane Mottl, MSW presents Cartwheeling through Life: Letting Go and Trusting posted at Being Truly Present saying do remember the first time you did a cartwheel? It did not matter if Nadia Comăneci grimaced at your form. In your eyes, cartwheeling was the next best thing to flying: that magical millisecond balanced upside down, before you spun yourself back to the ground.
Cate Sonora presents Meditation For Beginners – Part 1 posted at Mini Rituals saying meditation is becoming increasingly important in our overloaded society. These days we are so bombarded with stimuli that it’s almost impossible to have real “spare” time. Remember when you were a child and you got bored?