Thursday, August 23, 2007



Welcome to the August 22, 2007 edition of Living a Real Life.
I am pleased to see that there is another huge swag of submissions, and that they are all of such great quality. Thank you to everyone who participates in this carnival.
Here we go.

Luke Houghton presents Life skills: an overview posted at Luke Houghton, saying, "The skills you need to make it"

Karen Halls presents Planning Your Life Around Your Alcoholic Anonymous Meeting Schedule posted at Addiction Recovery Blog, saying, "You will come up with every reason to either be late or simply not attend alcoholic anonymous meetings. If you do not follow your schedule, you are setting yourself up for a significant setback."

personal growth

bluskygirl presents How to Dig Yourself Out After Hitting Rock Bottom posted at Goddess.


Tupelo Kenyon presents Take Time for You posted at Tupelo Kenyon, saying, "Don't put yourself at the end of the list. You deserve to be first, at least some of the time. Don't let your entire life slip by with everything else (and everyone else) getting preferential treatment over your most important priorities. Their needs are important, but yours are important too. Celebrate life by taking time for YOU! (Enjoy soothing instrumental music as you read plus songs with lyrics related to each article – all free.)"


The Career Counselor presents I Wanna Telecommute! posted at ask the CareerCounselor.


James Carr presents Avoiding Repetition in Life posted at Casual Science.


Scott Lee presents Thinking About the Stock Market? Some Basics posted at Scott Free Thinking.


Warren Wong presents Why You Should Invest For The Long Term posted at Personal Development for INTJs, saying, "Are you buying and selling stocks a lot? Here's why you should invest for the long term."


Charles H. Green presents The Dark Side of Trust? Not! posted at Trust Matters, saying, "Harvard claims the key to trust is micromanagement; but the reality is that you can improve your personal and business relationships by letting go enough that trust has room to flourish."


edithyeung presents Your Sweetest Moment posted at Edith Yeung.Com: Dream. Think. Act..


Warren Wong presents The Key To A Healthy Relationship posted at Personal Development for INTJs, saying, "Are you in a healthy relationship? Do you know what makes a relationship healthy? Here's the key to a healthy relationship."


Amanda Herrington presents DESSERT FIRST posted at healthsundae.com -- your daily scoop of health, fitness, and nutrition, saying, "Last Sunday, yoga class started with Shivasana.
For those of you not yet fluent in “yoga-ese,” Shivasana is a reclining pose of total relaxation and restoration typically done at the end of yoga practice, after completing the more challenging poses. But on this particular Sunday, my lovely instructor said something that really resonated with me: “Today, let’s have our dessert first!”"


ananga presents Anxiety Relief: Why Getting More Stuff is not the Answer posted at Ananga Sivyer's Living by Design Blog.


Craig Harper presents Sitting at Life's Train Station. posted at Renovate your life with Craig, saying, "You've been given a magic ticket. Your magic ticket will take you to the place of your dreams. All you've got to do is choose your destination, leave your comfy seat and get on the train of your choice. And enjoy."


John Wesley presents 5 Steps to an Effective Apology posted at Pick the Brain.

Spritual growth

Wenchypoo presents Book Review: Healthy At 100 posted at Wisdom From Wenchypoo's Mental Wastebasket.

Taking a risk


Craig Harper presents Weight-Loss Bullshit. posted at Renovate your life with Craig, saying, "While exercise, food, lifestyle and education are indeed important variables in the process, without doubt, the biggest determinant of weight loss (or gain) is what's going on in that nine pound (four kilo) thing sitting on the top of our shoulders."


Chris presents Essential Tips For Self-Sustainable or Permanent Travel posted at nomad4ever.


Bob presents You Can't Take It With You posted at everyeveryminute, saying, "Sometimes even a very small risk can have a good result!"


Stephen Miracle presents Sharing In Our Brokenness: Lifehouse - First Time posted at AltNoise.net.


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.

3 comments:

Career Counselor said...

Awesome carnival! Thank you so much for including me and for compiling all this awesome information. I'm excited about future carnivals and posts!

Bob said...

Thanks for hosting the carnival!

Bob

Nicole said...

Another great carnival Anne. Congratulations.