by Terri Trespicio Our jobs are a big part of our lives. We spend nearly all of our waking hours at it. We probably see more of our cubicle mates tha...
The greatest of human contentment is found not in the world around us but within ourselves - in a deep self-peace that is reflected within the beauty of truly knowing that we are enough just as we are. Knowing that we truly belong. Knowing that it is the very uniqueness of our journey that gives meaning to every breath we are given.
Are you unsure of the career you really want? Do you want a career that will truly make you happy? Follow these 3 steps, and perhaps your ideal career will land itself in front of you!
By Adam Hoffman Giving makes us feel good. But how does not giving make us feel? A substantial body of research has repeatedly suggested that spend...
The best ideas come from tuning into your creative genius zone. We all have one, we only need to practice accessing it more often.
When one thinks of Hawaii one envisions the perfect blend of endless sunshine, the bluest ocean and nonstop fun. To my utter surprise and amazement, however, my experience in Waikiki, Honolulu would prove to be a challenging emotional experience.
These new data suggest that group activities bringing people together to avoid isolation and loneliness while supporting healthy eating concentrated on fruits and vegetables may reduce the development of CVD.
Linda: We all have invisible loyalties to our family of origin. And so many of us did not have inspirational models of partnership in the families we ...
The good news is that we're programmed to connect with each other; we just keep getting in our own way. Try these tips the next time you meet someone new, and watch a superficial conversation turn into a real connection.
The main thing in life is not to be afraid of being human. -- Aaron Carter "I'm such an idiot!" Sounds all too familiar, doesn't it? Yo...
There are a lot of things going on that are demanding our focus - and take us away from where we can be most powerful and do the most good for ourselv...
Life is truly what you make of it. Your post-divorce life can be anything you want it to be, you are only limited by your belief, and your attitude towards it.
Several days ago my parents celebrated 3 decades of marriage and we recalled that the roller coaster called life with its ups and downs was more enjoyable because they have been doing their best to play together as the team.
Last week was a harrowing one, and with this Monday we begin again, facing a new week with a familiar sense of trepidation, of disharmony, of fear that we've come to expect if still not comfortable with. I'm certain as the national conventions kick off in both political parties this week, the unrest will continue. What I hope, sincerely but desperately, is that as conflict
Go after your dreams, work hard, and believe in yourself. In the end, I truly think it comes down to achieving something you've wanted to achieve, even if it's something small. Those smaller accomplishments are just as important as the big ones. And we should all pat ourselves on the back from time to time to remind ourselves of that.
If a person stands in a room which is in complete darkness, he or she will be uncertain as to where he should go. It will be difficult to perceive and judge the distance and shape of objects. Therefore, this person would move slowly, cautiously and with confusion and fear. However, should a light be switched on, in an instant, all will become clear and the person will be able to move around the room in comfort, ease and without fear.
Thankfully, effort does not always mean hard work! Happiness comes at the price of small and pleasant habits that can easily be integrated into your life. This makes it difficult to believe that almost half of all Americans are still not happy.
I have been traveling for almost two weeks on my challenge '50 States of Wigge'. Will I be able to travel all fifty states in 50 days and face a challenge in each state?
Here then, are 10 falsehoods some people tell themselves that keep them from being happy and SMART.
See what happened there? Those three simple letters changed everything. All of a sudden it wasn't that I couldn't do something...but that I couldn't do it at this moment. And, if I wanted to, I could do it in the future.