background preloader

A Better Life In 100 Ways

A Better Life In 100 Ways
You don’t like your life? Change it! Change your life for the better! Don’t have any clue on how to do it? Here’s a list of 100 ways in which you can improve your life. [ Update: There is now an ebook based on this! Without further ado, let’s go. 1. You’re human. 2. Maybe you got hurt by somebody. 3. We’re doing a lot of stuff on autopilot. 4. Don’t wait for other people to impose discipline on you. 5. Reach out. 6. Shaking your comfort zone will often create a lot of value in your life. 7. You are, in a vast proportion, what you eat. 8. Write down you feelings, your ideas, your goals, your activity. 9. Whatever you say to yourself in the morning, it will most likely come true during the day. 10. Traveling long distance is incredibly rewarding. 11. Your life may be so boring and fade because… err, you made it like this? 12. Be your own boss. 13. Clean up your desk. 14. Challenge your mind. 15. Rather than disagree. 16. You can’t give something if you don’t have it. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21.

50 Ways To Start Fresh Defeat. Boredom. Lack of meaning in your life. All these symptoms, and many others, of course, are a sign that you need to start fresh. To run again. To leave the old behind and embrace the new. I started fresh for many times in my life, and, hopefully, I’ll start fresh again. 1. Sometimes starting over means accepting that you’re no longer the person you used to be. 2 Just Leave Quit the boring job, the abusive relationship, the past. 3. Too often we’re unconsciously rejecting other people by habit. 4. And move on. 5. It doesn’t have to be a friend. 6. Bungee jumping, for instance, if you’re the physical type. 7. A concert or other stuff involving hundreds or thousands of people. 8. Don’t make it a novel and don’t aim at publishing it. 9. And stick to it. 10. You don’t have to start fresh only after a big defeat. 11. Accept ALL your past defeats and victories. 12. Ok, you wanna change, but you’re not yet sure. 13. Throw away clothes, things, devices, memories. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19.

Start Your Day in 33 Different Ways Mornings are underrated. I consider them fundamental for the whole diurnal experience. What you do in the very first moments of your morning will fundamentally and inexorably shape your entire day. Consciously inserting your intentions in these very first moments will have a huge effect. Here are at least 33 ways in which you can transform your days by only spending 5 minutes every morning. 1. I love the morning stillness and the unspoken promise of something ready to start. 2. And do nothing. 3. Point your mind to something you’re really grateful for and stay there. 4. Regardless of the current season. 5. You’re going to spot it pretty easily if you put your mind to it. 6. Write an answer to an old question, do part of a small chore, move an object out of somebody’s way. 7. Empty your mind and isolate from your environment. 8. This is different from number 6 in terms of the actual time of the helping act. 9. Like in getting physical. 10. 11. Let go. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19.

The Vegetarian Resource Group (VRG) Vegan and Vegetarian Recipes For more VRG recipes, see Food, Cooking, and Recipes in the Vegetarian Journal index, as well as back issues of Vegetarian Journal and Foodservice Update. Or search our website for the type of recipe you want. Also check out our Frequently Requested Recipes. Books Join The VRG with $35 via our subscription form, and receive the Vegetarian Journal for two years and a copy of Simply Vegan! Help yourself and others. Click here for ways to support this website and The Vegetarian Resource Group. © 1996-2014 The Vegetarian Resource Group, PO Box 1463, Baltimore, MD 21203. (410) 366-8343. The contents of this website and our other publications, including Vegetarian Journal, are not intended to provide personal medical advice. Any page on this site may be reproduced for non-commercial use if left intact with credit given to The Vegetarian Resource Group and each page linked to Web site questions or comments?

A - Z of Web Design An alphabetical list of all the best resources, galleries, tools and other sites relating to web design. It was quite a challenge to choose representatives for some of the letters. Who do you think should have made the list? A is for For people who make websites. The articles on A List Apart are a must read for any web designer whether they be beginner or expert. B is for A podcast for those who design, develop or run websites. C is for A variety of CSS tips are available at CSS-Tricks, where Chris Coyier shares his wisdom with a mountain of CSS and other web development posts to make our lives so much easier. D is for Down at the Design Shack you can find a whole host of tutorials, website galleries, jobs and design chat, a great resource for any budding designers. E is for Designer, writer, speaker and sometimes musician, Elliot Jay Stocks, has a range of inspirational work in his portfolio. F is for G is for H is for I is for J is for K is for L is for M is for N is for O is for P is for Q is for Fin

7 Steps for Achieving a Super Simple Life This is a guest post by Joy from Just Plain Joy. When I started Just Plain Joy, I wanted to create an outlet for exploring and defining a simple life. I decided I wanted to pursue a simpler life for several reasons – I wanted to save more money to invest in my child’s future, I wanted more time to spend on the things that matter most to me, and I wanted to reduce my impact on the environment. The benefits of simpler living have been overwhelming – I worry less about finances, I spend less energy keeping track of my possessions, I have a greater appreciation for natural beauty, I am less concerned about status, and I’m enjoying life! My 7 steps for achieving a super simple life Simple has many interpretations. clutter-freedebt-freeorganizedgreen Here are seven steps for achieving a super simple life based on these four concepts: 1. The first step to physically simplifying your life is to get rid of the clutter. The second step to physically simplifying is to get organized. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Gemischte Links 11-1-2011 | Mixology - Magazin für Barkultur +++ Cocktailgeschichte und Mythen+++ Jerry Thomas im El Dorado‘s +++ Blue Blazer +++ Fentimans +++ Aufruf von Jörg Meyer +++ Lieferschwierigkeiten bei Fentimans +++ Geistiges Eigentum an Cocktails +++ New York Times +++ Tückische Geschichten: Jerry Thomas doch nicht im El Dorado‘s? "At one end was a raised platform draped with bunting, flags, and colored steamers, from which an orchestra blared without cessation. At the other end was the bar, behind which were large mirrors of fine cut glass. Guillermo L. Fentimans im Fadenkreuz der Unzufriedenen "Wir liefern ausschließlich an Gaststätten, Hotels, Kantinen, Verwaltungen, Kasernen, Krankenhäuser, Bildungseinrichtungen, karitative Einrichtungen, Freiberufler und typische Anfallstellen des Kulturbereichs wie Kinos, Opern und Museen, sowie des Freizeitbereichs wie Ferienanlagen, Freizeitparks, Sportstadien Raststätten und deren Zulieferer. Das geistige Eigentum in der Gastronomie

Develop Perfect Memory With the Memory Palace Technique The Memory Palace is one of the most powerful memory techniques I know. It’s not only effective, but also fun to use — and not hard to learn at all. The Memory Palace has been used since ancient Rome, and is responsible for some quite incredible memory feats. Eight-time world memory champion Dominic O’Brien, for instance, was able to memorize 54 decks of cards in sequence (that’s 2808 cards), viewing each card only once. Of course, most of us are not in Dominic’s memory championship line of business (or in Hannibal’s line of business for that matter). The Memory Palace The Memory Palace technique is based on the fact that we’re extremely good at remembering places we know. 5 Steps to Use the Memory Palace Technique 1. First and foremost, you’ll need to pick a place that you’re very familiar with. A good first choice could be your own home, for example. Also, try to define a specific route in your palace instead of just visualize a static scene. Familiar streets in your city. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Silk Tie Dyed Easter Eggs Tutorial | mommyknows - Parenting, Rec Silk tie dyed Easter eggs are so much fun to make and way less messy than buying a dying kit or using vinegar and food colouring! First you’ll need to start with 100% silk ties. Right now we’re on skiing vacation, so rather than rid Mr. MK of a few duds laying around in his closet, I picked up a few from a thrift shop in Banff. A good looking tie doesn’t necessarily mean a good looking Easter egg, so go ahead and use whatever you can find. Go ahead and open up the ties by removing the stitching up the middle. Wrap your egg in the silk fabric and tie it up at one end. This is where you can get creative. In addition, through trial and error we discovered that you don’t get large white spaces on your finished Easter eggs if you wrap the egg many times over with the string. After you’ve wrapped the egg in silk you’ll need to wrap it in a clean white cotton. Boil the eggs for 20 minutes in water and a 1/4 cup of white vinegar. The kids love unwrapping them! Enjoy :)

Project Natal Natal est le projet lancé hier par Microsoft pour sa console de salon Xbox 360. Une véritable révolution vidéo-ludique car la manette disparaît au profit d’une caméra qui suit les mouvements du joueur, reconnaît ses gestes, sa voix et ses expressions. A découvrir en HD dans la suite. Aucun prix ni de date de lancement pour l’instant.

Related:  STUMBLEUPONInspirational