Saturday, September 29, 2007


Welcome to the September 30, 2007 edition of living a real life.

This is another massive carnival with so many submissions that it is getting difficult to manage. I will only accept one submission for each carnival from now on so that they are not swallowed up in the crowd.

Thank you to everyone who has made this carnival so great. I appreciate your support and I hope it brings you many new readers.

There are articles on a myriad of topics here, so make sure that you spend quality time reading them. There are little gems tucked away in here and who knows that one of these might have a positive impact on your life.


To the carnival........


Charles H. Green presents An Honest Wedding posted at Trust Matters, saying, "I went to an unusual wedding where the fact that the minister acknowledged that cancer was the extra guest actually put people more at ease."

Marie Drennan presents Bad Buddhist vs. The Sixth Precept posted at Diary of a Bad Buddhist, saying, "Thanks for your consideration!"

Albert Foong presents 5 Weeks to Developing the Magic of Visualisation posted at Urban Monk, saying, "Visualization is a powerful tool for many areas of your personal growth. It trains your mind and your body. However, it is not as easy as many think it is, and there isn’t much proper information available. Even if we can do it, the question is – how do we best apply it?"

Karen Halls presents 12 Signs And Symptoms Of An Addictive Relationship posted at Addiction Recovery Blog, saying, "An addictive relationship is usually evident to outsiders, but when you are in the middle of it, seeing the situation can be difficult."

Daylle Deanna Schwartz presents Self-Empowerment Busters posted at Lessons from a Recovering DoorMat, saying, "Often we let old stereotypes and beliefs hold back our developement. Learning to think forward and make decisions based on your own well being allows your self-empowerment to flourish."

Ariel Laurel Strong presents Jump. Fall. Fly. « The Cloud of Unknowing posted at The Cloud of Unknowing, saying, "Life looks a lot different from 13,000 feet above the ground and sometimes you just have to take the leap..."

Arin Vahanian presents How One Quote Can Change Your Life posted at Super State.


Ravi Vora presents What is your Big Dream? posted at Ravi Vora.

falling over

GrrlScientist presents Today is World Suicide Prevention Day posted at Living the Scientific Life, saying, "Suicide is a major public health issue and accounts for nearly 3% of all deaths worldwide -- around the world, one million people will die by suicide this year. But suicide is a taboo subject that many people, regardless of age, sex, socioeconomic status or religious and cultural affiliations, are ashamed of, and rarely speak about. This veil of secrecy leads to needless deaths worldwide. So as a result, today was designated as World Suicide Prevention Day, which is designed to raise public awareness of suicide, to encourage discussion and to increase understanding about it."

personal growth

Marilyn Terrell presents Traveling with my Mother posted at Intelligent Travel, saying, "Wil Bethel takes a chance and takes a two-week bike trip in Italy with his mother, and is surprised to find they don't throttle each other."

Katherine Johnson presents Becoming Aware posted at Becoming Alive, saying, "This article discusses the importance of awareness in increasing life satisfaction. It offers readers background information and tips on increasing awareness in every day life."

Amanda Harris presents Roomster Finding Apartments posted at Pajama Mommy.

Pat B. Doyle presents Visualize Your Success posted at Pat B. Doyle, saying, "How to achieve your goals using visualization and moving forward step by step."
Taylor presents The Power of “Yes, and” posted at Improv Lifestyle.

Alvaro Fernandez presents Neuroplasticity 101 and Brain Health Glossary posted at SharpBrains, saying, "An overview of key findings, concepts and terms, to better understand all the recent news about brain health"

Lorraine Cohen presents Personal Development And Acceptance posted at Powerfull Living, saying, "Being inauthentic can cost you more than you think!"


bluskygirl presents The Season of Change posted at Goddess, saying, "Fall is here, and it's a time of transformation and change. Take Mother Nature's lead and make some changes in your own life."
Warren Wong presents How To Pull An All Nighter posted at Personal Development for INTJs, saying, "Do you need to pull an all nighter? Here's some tips to do it effectively!"

Alex Blackwell presents Achieving Life Balance posted at The Next 45 Years.

Rickey Henderson presents Guess What Rickey Isn't Doing Anymore? posted at Riding with Rickey.

Tejvan Pettinger presents How to Deal With Problems posted at Sri Chinmoy Inspiration, saying, "How to overcome problems by looking at them from a new angle."

Howard Ditkoff presents My Scheme Team Dream: Partners Wanted for Shaping and Changing The World posted at SystemsThinker.com Blog, saying, "Scheming – or creating schemas – helps us shape a clear understanding of how the various parts of systems relate and connect. It then empowers application through developing strategic, intriguing, and often subversive plans to create innovative change in the world – for better or for worse.

Jake Danger presents Of Mares and Men posted at The Art of Seduction.

Louise Manning presents Seize the day posted at The Human Imprint.

Rodney Burge - Marketing Strategies presents See What You Want posted at Lori Prokop - Keyboard Culture, saying, "This article from Lori Prokop at http://www.keyboard-culture-lori-prokop.com is a powerful, quick reminder of how achieve the results you want and determine what is important in your life."

Theodore Pappas presents The Celebration of Life Through Sports Award: Alexi Maguire posted at Britannica Blog, saying, "I thought this new feature and award would interest you: National radio talk show host David Stein's "Celebration of Life Through Sports Award," given at the Britannica Blog to folks who, through sports and exercise, have overcome personal and physical challenges. And all readers can nominate folks for this monthly award. The stories are inspiring."

spiritual growth

Luke Houghton presents Does it pay to do the right thing? posted at Luke Houghton, saying, "Why does it pay to do the right thing? Read on to find out."

Tupelo Kenyon presents Goal Setting or Let Go and Let God posted at Tupelo Kenyon, saying, "There are two approaches people use to manifest their desires. Some set goals. Others surrender and presume the universe is conspiring to deliver to them their every desire without strain, in its own way and in its own time. Which way is better? Can these two methods be used together? (Enjoy soothing instrumental music as you read plus songs with lyrics related to each article – all free.)"

Joann Ang presents Manifesting: Life Magick » Prayer that Manifests posted at Life Magick: Manifesting your Desires like Magick, saying, "Say a prayer that gets answered"

Todd Goldfarb presents 7 Easy Ways to Integrate Feng Shui into Your Life posted at We The Change, saying, "hi Anne-- here's a real good article on Feng Shui, thanks!"

Giannis Mamin presents Enlightened, fanatics and simple humans. posted at WeddInWeb Blog, saying, "Have we lost real while searching for it?"

Alex Blackwell presents When you feel like giving up posted at The Next 45 Years.

taking a risk

Giannis Mamin presents About rejection. posted at WeddInWeb Blog.

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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5 comments:

David B. Bohl at SlowDownFAST.com/blog said...

Anne,

Thanks for including my post!

David

Louise Manning said...

Anne

Thank you for including my thoughts on personal growth

Louise

Nicole said...

WOW... lots to read in this carnival. I think I'll be here all night. Great carnival Anne.

Howard said...

Thanks a lot for the inclusion. I'll return the link.

Best,
Howard

Daylle Deanna Schwartz said...

Thanks so much for including my article in your helpful Carnival! I've Stumbled it and linked back.

Cheers,
Daylle