Life: How to enjoy it
Edit Edited by Carpedium, Teresa, Martyn P, Krystle and 59 others Living in the moment is all about living like there's no tomorrow. To do this, you must realize beauty in every moment, and in everyday activities.
The proper function of man is to live - not to exist. Jack London I have come so that you may have life, and have life abundantly. Jesus Christ Dream as if you'll live forever.
Why is it so hard to stop worrying? Constant worrying takes a heavy toll. It keeps you up at night and makes you tense and edgy during the day. You hate feeling like a nervous wreck. So why is it so difficult to stop worrying?
Experts explain how to reduce excessive worrying that can have mental and physical effects. (continued) Why do I need to register or sign in for WebMD to save? We will provide you with a dropdown of all your saved articles when you are registered and signed in. Do You Worry Too Much? Worrying doesn't always deserve such a bad rap.
Undoing the Worrying Habit Once acquired, the habit of worrying seems hard to stop. We're raised to worry and aren't considered "grown up" until we perfect the art.
|| Return to Emotions & Relationships || Dear Friend: Most of us worry from time to time. Some worry occasionally, only when difficult situations arise. Others worry more often, usually about specific areas of their lives, such as health, a key relationship, children, money, job security or the like.
Email Share Sharebar 2174 Email Share photo credit: Niffty.. Only the time and attention we give ourselves demonstrates how much we love and admire ourselves. Self love requires that we place ourselves at the top of our priority list.
Bud / 52 Comments / March 2nd, 2010 / Subscribe via RSS Take a quick look around the personal development world and you quickly find hundreds of amazing articles that aim to help you in getting the most out of your day. You’ll find ways to change the world, how to quit your day job, dads with a passion for writing, and loads of other advice from awesome individuals. Over the past few years ,I’ve literally read hundreds of blogs and in the process have grown a tremendous amount. Despite all the tips and life hacks out there, I think the base of personal development comes down to something simpler: How much do you ? I’m not talking about the kind of egotistical love based purely on pleasure and fame, but rather I’m talking about the strength of your relationship with yourself.
Edit Edited by Flickety, Martyn P, Lillian May, DifuWu and 16 others For many people escaping materialism is the best way to find happiness. Once you stop assigning value to the objects, activities, and even people in your life according to how much they cost, increased happiness just naturally follows. Edit Steps
“In character, in manner, in style, in all things, the supreme excellence is simplicity.” ~ Henry Wadsworth We spend too much, own too much, and want too much — it’s the human condition — and as long as we aren’t aware of it we’ll be a slave to the cycle. Being the ingenious little critters that we are, we’re able to learn, and adapt pretty well. In other words, all hope is not lost, we still have a chance. The truth is that many of us are overworked, sleep deprived, and generally not content with our lives. If we were content, would we be wanting more money, more stuff, more, more more?
I am 28 now. I don’t think about the past or regret things much these days. But sometimes I wish that I had known some of things I have learned over the last few years a bit earlier.
If someone doesn’t take us aside and teach us a few things (assuming we’d listen) before we graduate high school, we are doomed to learn life’s hardest lessons in the real world beyond the classroom. With that in mind, here are 21 non-academic lessons every person should know before he or she graduates high school; if you graduated long ago (as I did), this list represents all the things you wish you had been taught, yet had to learn (or are still learning) on your own. Love and Relationships 1.
Photo by wavy1 Those who have tried to improve themselves as well as their knowledge, know very well how life is easier to live as they exercise positive thinking. But not many people know how to train themselves to let positive thinking dominate their minds.
How to be Optimistic, Even if Times are Tough by www.SixWise.com There are a variety of reasons why you should want to be optimistic. This positive state of mind has been verified as a successful strategy to prevent mental and physical illness, and people who practice optimism regularly do better at work, school and sports, are less depressed and have better personal relationships.