Wednesday, August 15, 2007


Living a Real Life

Welcome to the August 16, 2007 edition of living a real life. It is another bumper issue with submssions covering such a range of issues that there is sure to be something for all of us in here.
So, here we go:

Albert Foong presents How to remove negative thoughts and tame your monkey mind, Part 1 posted at Urban Monk, saying, "Controlling your mind - comprehensive and practical tips from the most respected systems, given the special Urban Monk treatment!"

Charles H. Green presents Deer in the Headlights Decison-Making > Trusted Advisor Associates > Trust Matters posted at Trust Matters, saying, "When taken by surprise we often dig in our heels and decide to keep doing the same thing. But some people are able to react appropriately and its to those people we should look for lessons on how to be flexible enough to live in a world that rarely does what we expect."


Karen Halls presents Drug & Alcohol Addiction Treatment posted at Addiction Recovery Blog, saying, "Different rehab centers have different drug rehabilitation services, facilities, costs and credentials. Many of us have no idea as what are the things that we are suppose to look for in a rehab center."

personal growth

Phil B. presents How to Really Increase Your Self Confidence « Phil for Humanity posted at Phil for Humanity, saying, "Almost everyone needs a boost in their self confidence, yet few of us know how."

Millionaire Mommy Next Door presents Create Your Treasure Map To Riches posted at Millionaire Mommy Next Door, saying, "Visualizing what wealth means to you shapes the way your mind thinks about money and your life. Your mind then sets in motion the actions necessary to begin achieving your goals. By taking the time to establish what real wealth looks like to you, you direct your efforts in ways that will make becoming rich, in your own terms, simple. Are you ready to embark on a fun and rewarding journey towards your own riches? Great! We'll start with an exercise that is really fun."

Charles H. Green presents When Business is Incontinent posted at Trust Matters, saying, "So often we know what we should do, nothing stands in our way, we want to do it... and yet we don't. Why?"

Tupelo Kenyon presents Don't Take it Personally posted at Tupelo Kenyon, saying, "Why do people criticize? It's not about you – it's about them. When you get criticized, here's what to do with it – don't take it personally. Praise can be just as harmful (but sneakier) – don't take it personally. If you're a habitual critic, here's how to stop . . . but don't take it personally. (Enjoy soothing instrumental music as you read plus songs with lyrics related to each article – all free.)"

Kate Baggott presents Thanks for Coming posted at Babylune.

Warren Wong presents How To See More Clearly (Part I) posted at Personal Development for INTJs, saying, "Do you want to see more clearly without glasses or LASIK? Here's what I've tried, and what the results are."

Jane Chin presents A Danger of "Too Much Experience" posted at On Careers and Life, saying, "How often are you the victim of your own knowledge and experience?"

Raymond David Salas presents The Power of Fun and Play posted at ZenChill.com Power Tools Blog.

Terri Holley presents The World According to Asrat posted at The Health and Life Mixing Bowl, saying, "thank you!"

Anna Farmery presents Belief is what we need posted at Widows Quest.

The Career Counselor presents How to Stay Positive During a Job Search posted at ask the CareerCounselor.

Gary van Warmerdam presents Being Optimistic With Awareness posted at Happiness, saying, "In the best selling book Good To Great Jim Collins advises us of the perils of being optimistic. The key is to have the awareness to discern the good optimism from the dangerous optimism. Awareness keeps you from ending up in emotional denial and paralyzing from making good choices for your life."

Warren Wong presents Stop Checking That Stock posted at Personal Development for INTJs, saying, "Are you constantly checking your stocks? Here's why you should stop doing that and live your life."

Shaula Evans presents My Friend Peter posted at The Agonist, saying, "My clothes were threadbare, and I would look in the mirror and I could already see myself at fifty, living the same hand to mouth, job-to-job life. Through it all two people helped me; two people stuck by me and never made me feel worthless. One of them was Peter."

John Hill presents How to Be Happy posted at Universe Of Success.

John Hill presents Dating After Divorce posted at Attracting People.com.

Charles H. Green presents Don't Believe What They Say About Listening and Sales posted at Trust Matters, saying, "Too often we listen and hear what a person says they need, without realizing that really listening would tell us what they actually want."

Anna Ross presents True Wants & The Law of Attraction posted at From Anna's F-R-E-E-Writing, saying, "It is our wants that make us grow"

Matt presents How to Fall Asleep Quickly posted at Realigned Living, saying, "Falling asleep quickly and easily is something that everybody should learn how to master - it's essential if you want to live a real, full life and not be tired all of the time! My post goes into a method that I use that's successful for me; hopefully, it can be helpful to others as well. Enjoy!"

Millionaire Mommy Next Door presents Memories are made of the things we DO, not the things we BUY posted at Millionaire Mommy Next Door, saying, "Should we buy a boat? Or would we rather go fishing?"

spiritual growth

Anmol Mehta presents Embrace Reality and Let the Universe Fulfill Your Desires posted at Mastery of Meditation, Enlightenment & Kundalini Yoga, saying, "Who will win the race for the Gold Medal Seat on the NY-NJ PATH trains? Mr. Commentator, Mr. Feisty or Poor Ol' me..."

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Wenchypoo presents The Great Risk Shift--A Book to Avoid Out of Respect to Fellow Taxpayers posted at Wisdom From Wenchypoo's Mental Wastebasket.

Lucynda Riley presents Destruction of a Kansas Tornado posted at Grit in my Teeth.


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.
Links back to this carnival would be greatly appreciated, and please don't forget to Stumble the carnival too.

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3 comments:

Millionaire Mommy Next Door said...

Thanks for hosting the carnival and including my submission. I'll be linking back here in my weekly Blog Carnival Roundup edition on Friday.

Jen / domestika said...

Oh, there goes the rest of my week! You're right, Anne, there's got to be at least a half-dozen posts here to interest anyone!

Aaron said...

Wow, what a great carnival edition! Loads of content on a myriad of different subjects.

Thanks for including my post about personal growth!

I added this page to Stumbleupon in order to help it get some more exposure. :)

- Aaron
http://aaron114.stumbleupon.com/