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The Internet has introduced a golden age of ill-informed arguments. You can't post a video of an adorable kitten without a raging debate about pet issues spawning in the comment section . These days, everyone is a pundit. But with all those different perspectives on important issues flying around, you'd think we'd be getting smarter and more informed.
“Music helps me concentrate,” Mike said to me glancing briefly over his shoulder. Mike was in his room writing a paper for his U.S. History class.
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This is the first post in our Kill Your TV series, designed to help you navigate your television-less existence for the next 30 days. (You didn’t think we’d spring it on you and then leave you hanging, did you?) Today’s post is all about helping you through the first week without your beloved plug-in drug – and filling those hours with something meaningful . While it may seem obvious to those of you who have been without cable for a few years now, we’re here to present the rest of you Kill Your TV participants with 174,203 (almost) things you can do with your life instead of watching TV. (We’re also giving you links to products we like in our newly opened Amazon store , to help get you started.)
There are some two very simple questions which, once you get their answers, can change your life dramatically for the better. This is so because these two questions relate to absolutely everything that you experience and create in your life. Everything in this universe runs under universal laws that never err even once. To be in the flow - to live in harmony with these laws - leads you to being all-round prosperous.
Last Monday’s post How to Become an Early Riser obviously struck a chord with many people. That post has generated more links than I can count, sending more new traffic to this site than any other post or article I’ve written. And the traffic logs indicate that the surge was decentralized (not attributable to a mention in any one major source). You can get an idea of what that post did for StevePavlina.com’s traffic at Alexa (note the big spike at the end of May 2005).
Contributed by Cindy Holbrook “Happiness is a habit – cultivate it.” ~ Elbert Hubbar Happiness is one aspiration all people share. No one wants to be sad and depressed.
Posted on November 13th, 2008 | by Dee | Some people are very much ‘into’ writing lists; shopping lists, ToDo lists, Christmas Card lists etc.. These tend to be people who like to be organized, like to have things planned ahead or maybe just worry about forgetting something if they do not write things down. There is value in writing lists if the lists work for you. I always maintain with my clients that any list must work for them, it must serve a purpose and that the writing of a list should not be a substitute for actually doing the things. As you browse through the internet, you will no doubt come across numerous lists on various blogs.
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“We have more possibilities available in each moment than we realize.” - Thich Nhat Hanh Post written by Leo Babauta . I’m not a Zen monk, nor will I ever become one. However, I find great inspiration in the way they try to live their lives: the simplicity of their lives, the concentration and mindfulness of every activity, the calm and peace they find in their days.