Saturday, July 14, 2007



Welcome to the July 15, 2007 edition of living a real life.


I am blown away by the response to this carnival, and by the amazing submissions we have received. Thank you to everyone who took the time to submit an article to this carnival. I hope you all gain great benefit from participating. I would appreciate a link back to this carnival thank you.

Brandon Peele presents Psychology of the Observer Book Review posted at GT.

Virginia Simpson presents Lessons from Panic posted at Centre for Emotional Well-Being, saying, "Lessons from panic and dealing with PTSD. How Virginia recovered from trauma and alcoholism as well as a video interview with her son, a military officer with PTSD and alcohol dependency on the path to recovery and happiness"

John Hill presents Taking Chances posted at Universe Of Success.

Cade Krueger presents Outsource Your E-Mail Lists Please! posted at Write To Right.

Karen Halls presents Alcoholism Symptoms - What You Must Know posted at Addiction Recovery Blog, saying, "If you have reached a juncture in your life at which you think you are having a problem with alcohol, you may be curious about what are some of the alcoholism symptoms."

Toni Tiu presents A quiet touch posted at Happy Nest, saying, "The power of touch is a very quiet but potent way to enjoy life and being with our loved ones more."

personal growth

arathi presents Problem of Self posted at Success Step.

Daniel Condurachi presents What To Do To Be Punished [del.icio.us] posted at Daniel Condurachi's Blog.

Tejvan Pettinger presents How to Achieve More than we Think. posted at Sri Chinmoy Quotes.

Tupelo Kenyon presents Meaningful Spiritual Relationships – Namaste Matters posted at Tupelo Kenyon, saying, "Celebrate life with this insight on how to take your personal relationships to a whole new level."

John Hill presents Seeking Security Can Be Dangerous posted at Universe Of Success.

FitBuff presents How I Lifted 50 Pounds with My Mind posted at FitBuff.com's Total Mind and Body Fitness Blog, saying, "Fascinating story of a firsthand experience of "mind over matter" -- 50x25= 1,250 pounds of it, to be exact!"

Tracee Sioux presents Fashion Faux Paux posted at Blog Fabulous, saying, "Sometimes we are stretched to see if we really will walk the walk and not just talk the talk. When I forgot all my clothes, my security in my self without pretention was tested. I came out all right."

Sepehr Moghadam presents Minus The Fat Health Tools posted at Minus The Fat, saying, "Try some of these healthy tools and live life right."

Craig Harper presents The Law of Attraction should be renamed The Law of Distraction posted at Renovate your life with Craig, saying, "I personally think the LOA should be re-named the Law of Distraction (as the title of my article suggests) as it (in my opinion) actually distracts people from change principles which actually work."

Warren Wong presents The Passage of Time posted at Personal Development for INTJs, saying, "The passage of time is not what it seems. Do you know why time passes faster sometimes and slower at other times?"

Warren Wong presents Give Me a Little More Time! posted at Personal Development for INTJs, saying, "Give Me a Little More Time! you say? There's that little bit of time everywhere. Take it, it's yours!"

Samir presents How to be courageous posted at Develop & Grow.

Warren Wong presents How to Control Your Thoughts and Get What You Want posted at Personal Development for INTJs, saying, "Find out how to control your thoughts to get what you want. Here's an effective method for controlling your thoughts."

Beth Dargis presents Promising too much? posted at My Simpler Life.

Arun presents The Power of Being Social posted at Arun is bringing you...Your Daily Remedy, saying, "How being your "most social self" can make everyday life happier and more fullfilling!"


Arathi presents Ethics and Success posted at Success Step.

Ted Reimers presents How to Prepare for College posted at CampusGrotto.

FitBuff presents I Can't Stand My Stand Up Desk! posted at FitBuff.com's Total Mind and Body Fitness Blog, saying, "This is an interesting article about how to increase your productivity, health, posture, and presence all while doing work you probably already do. The secret...a Stand Up Desk. Find out how to set one up to try out yourself, and why you should."

Meredith Mathews presents All the hope and happiness you can muster. posted at Lemonade Stand.

Sheppard Salter presents An Idyllic Evening posted at salterblog.com.

spiritual growth


Raymond David Salas presents The Power of Letting Go posted at ZenChill.com Power Tools Blog.

taking a risk

Charles H. Green presents Lie Detection and a Truthful Society posted at Trust Matters, saying, "What would it mean to live in a world without lies and what does that tell us about how we live our own lives now?"

Conan Stevens presents Why I Quit My Business And Moved To Thailand posted at Conan Stevens Online, saying, "Quitting everything and starting again in a new country... would you do it?"

Sheppard Salter presents A Bear In The Neighborhood! posted at salterblog.com, saying, "Have a big black bear in the neighborhood!"

Tupelo Kenyon presents Work– Just a Job or Visible Love? posted at Tupelo Kenyon, saying, "Do you love what you do and do what you love? Here's a step-by-step method on how to put your passions to work and start living the life you were born to live."


John Hill presents I Am Fairly Happy But Should I Take A Risk? posted at Universe Of Success.
That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of living a real life using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.


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1 comment:

Toni said...

Oh wow, what a fantastic list! I don't know where to begin. *L* Definitely putting a bookmark on this page and will visit each link. It's wonderful how the entries aren't all fluff -- it's the theme of the carnival that really makes each of the entries seem so full of substance. Now I'm off to relish each of them. Great carnival!