I read a ton of great positive thinking posts from all over the blogosphere. I’ve decided to start up a new carnival on this site for you to find these great posts. In the beginning, I’ll be adding a bunch of posts I find since a newer carnival will have few entries. To be part of this carnival, you can click on this link to submit your posts. Here are the guidelines:
- Posts should be recent (within the past two weeks)
- Posts should be on one of the following topics: positive thinking, stress, emotions (anger, social anxiety, etc.), self improvement, success, goals
- If you are included in the post, I ask that you tweet/share and link back to the post so that others will easily find the carnival
I will post the carnival every Saturday morning. As the carnivals grows in popularity, I will seek others to host, but for now, I will be doing the hosting.
Leo at Zen Habits writes about The Thinking Habit That Changed My Life saying: I remember one evening, when my life was pretty different and I was overweight and deeply in debt and a smoker and had such a hard time changing things … I wasn’t feeling too good about my life. I felt horrible about myself, and wondered why I was stuck. I felt hopeless and helpless, and generally depressed about the state of things around me.
Jo Casey at JoCasey talks about Coping With Workplace Stress saying: Workplace stress happens to the best of us. Even if you love your job, there are going to be days where you are likely to feel overwhelmed, overwrought or just plain stressed out. Things won’t always go your way.
Paul at Change Your Thoughts talks about How to Avoid Negative and Selfish Friends saying: A very effective way to make yourself unhappy is to keep the company of negative and selfish friends.
Celes at Personal Excellence talks about 101 Ways To Live Your Life To The Fullest saying: How do you feel about your life today? Are you living every day in exuberance? Do you love what you’re doing? Are you excited every single moment? Are you looking forward to what’s coming up next? Are you living your best life?
Shaun at ShaunRosenberg writes about Staying Consistent Vs Sprinting At The End saying: Do you cram on tests? That is what I used to do. I would spend most of my time ignoring school work and then right before the big test I would sit down and learn as much as I possibly could so I could pass the test.
2AcheiveYourGoals writes about How Do You Get Over Your Ex Easily and Quickly saying: Are you ready to move on in your life, but you can’t for some reason? Do you want to stop the emotional pain you have? Breakups can be tough as you are likely to keep reminiscing about the past, especially if you had good time together.
Henrik at The Positivity Blog talks about How to Start Uncluttering Your Life saying: I love uncluttering. Why? Because a life with less clutter makes it easier to find inner peace, to focus and to keep your attention on what is most important and meaningful in life.