Sunday, November 25, 2007


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


We have had another submission bonanza for this edition. Please remember to submit only one article for the carnival as we have too many submissions to include them all. Do not submit articles that are advertisements because they offer no value to the readers. For future carnivals, because we have so many submissions, I will exclude all of your submissions if you send more than one. I don't want to be mean, here, but you can see for yourself that we have more than enough quality articles for this carnival.

There are some wonderful posts here, and I know that there is a lot to get through so why not bookmark this post and come back to it? Read it slowly and absorb the ideas and information that they contain. Thank you for reading, and to all contributors thanks for the submissions.

Now, grab a coffee and read.........

Alex Kay presents 11 Things Women over 30 Wish Men Knew posted at Just Keep The Change, saying, "Here are 11 things that women over 30 wish that every man knew."

Meera Patel presents Sleep Disorders: My Experience posted at Meera on the Wall.

Jenny presents Busy busy week posted at the so called me.

Albert Foong presents Loneliness - The Beginning of Romance posted at Urban Monk.

Stanimir Sotirov presents Motivation:Become a Leader posted at All About Your Body And Spirit, saying, "Learn how be a leader the right way, not being a boss!"

Andrew Erickson presents Taking the Long View - Are You In Business? posted at WebSite Werx.

Meredith Mathews presents Top 10 Stress Busters! posted at Lemonade Stand.

Roger Haeske presents What Is The Real Cause Of Colds? posted at Raw Food Diet, Bodyweight Fitness and Peak Performance Living, saying, "Do you want to know the real cause of colds and the flu? I can tell you right off the bat it isn't GERMS. That's an old fairy tale."

Mike Elias presents Self Love posted at Enlightenment, Sex, and Sweeet Guitar.

falling over


personal growth

Todd Goldfarb presents 25 Fun Ways to Pamper Your Body and Increase Vitality! posted at We The Change, saying, "hi there-- here's a wonderful article on ways to increase energy and vitality in our lives...enjoy!"

Marlene presents Bleu Girl-Brain Food posted at Bleugirl, saying, "This site is for smart women who are interested in style, beauty, health, and intelligenlt topics."

Dominic Tay presents Squiggle your attitude towards Personal Development posted at Dominic Tay Dot Com, saying, "Are you a type who’s so hard to please, someone who’s unappreciative with simple things? If yes, take heart. There is more to life than those grandeur superficial matters you see around. In personal development, life’s meaning is seeing more than the squiggles or those that you think are unnecessary. At times, in order for you to win in life, you’ll have to see life from another perspective totally far from your own and start working on your personal growth. This article encourages you to appreciate small things to win in life. Read on!"

Warren Wong presents Focus On One Thing At A Time To Completion posted at Personal Development for INTJs, saying, "Learn to focus on one thing at a time to save time and get more done."

gia combs-ramirez presents Creating Intentions with Heart posted at The Science of Energy Healing, saying, "Find out how to get the universe to pay attention to your intentions! Includes a meditation to guide you through the process."

iamstr8fire presents The Incredible Power of Beliefs posted at Do It Light Do It Right Do It Wrong Do It Long, saying, "An introspective look into an American tragedy that shows how powerful our beliefs really are. Take a look"

Anmol Mehta presents 10 Things You Should Do Everyday For a Happy, Meaningful & Good Life (Combined) posted at Mastery of Meditation, Enlightenment & Kundalini Yoga, saying, "10 things to do daily in order to have a joyous, meaningful and fulfilling life."

Madeleine Begun Kane presents Time Travel posted at Mad Kane's Humor Blog.

Tupelo Kenyon presents Persistence and Perseverance for Winners – Losers Just Quit posted at Tupelo Kenyon, saying, "Giving up is easy. Most people make a habit of giving up. In fact, they make a life of it Persistence through a solution-oriented attitude is for visionaries, dreamers and other winners who refuse to take “no” for a final answer. (Enjoy soothing instrumental music as you read plus songs with lyrics related to each article – all free.)"

Doug Whitmore presents How to wake early posted at Good Doug: Good Doug.


Lucy Baldwin presents 5 Things I Learned From Moving 17 Times posted at Moving Help Central, saying, "Here are some lessons learned from my many moves. I hope this will help others facing life changes."

Michael Bell presents » Daily Routine live-it-true.com: Dedicate Yourself To Living A Damn Good Life posted at live-it-true.com, saying, "Living a fulfilling and meaningful life usually requires that you balance the main aspects of your daily living."

Carole G. McKay presents A Friend in Deed posted at McKay Today, saying, "Living healthfully means aligning ourselves with Earth...lessons long forgotten and recently remembered."

Andrew Stephens presents The Importance of Relaxation posted at gowashyourhair.com, saying, "An article emphasizing the importance of relaxation in its different forms."


Gary Ooi presents Top five reasons to take up drumming posted at Gary Ooi, saying, "drum lessons and music"

Carole Fogarty presents The Tao of a happy full wallet: posted at THE HEALTHY LIVING LOUNGE, saying, "Today is the day you improve your relationship with your wallet. Today is the day you clean out the cob webs, cleanse away the negative vibes and create the energetic space to welcome abundance back into your wallet. In preparation for Christmas lets focus on all having happy, healthy cash flow friendly wallets instead of stressed out, toxic empty wallets."

Charles H. Green presents Americans, Travel and Rushing to Judgment posted at Trust Matters, saying, "My personal road to growth has been exposure to others. For me as an American, the benefit of international travel is enormous. Yet only something like 20% of us have a passport. Absurdly few of us speak another language—usually poorly at that."

Mike Remer presents Is STRESS Real? My Path To Fitness Blog posted at My Path To Fitness Blog.

David Balderston presents New Orleans Trip Life In... posted at Life In....


Craig Harper presents Craig Meets Lance Armstrong posted at Motivation - Renovate your life with Craig, saying, "I was sitting at the lights lost in my own thoughts when all of a sudden I became aware of a presence... no, not a poltergeist; a bloke on a mountain bike had pulled up along side me. Three feet away. Coulda touched him. Game face on... waiting for the green signal. Like an Olympian waiting for the starters gun. Focused. Committed. And dressed atrociously."

TherapyDoc presents Being Great and the Self in Self-esteem posted at Everyone Needs Therapy, saying, "This post puts "being great" into perspective."

David B. Bohl presents Are Self-Growth and Self-Acceptance Mutually Exclusive? Slow Down Fast Today! ~ David B. Bohl posted at Slow Down Fast Today!, saying, "I’m very big into self-growth, and sometimes people ask me, as a professional coach and lifestyle mentor, how I can promote both self-acceptance and self-growth. If I accept myself, they say, I don’t need to grow, and if I need to grow, how can I accept myself?"
Christine presents Being Green in France: The Styrofoam Dilemma posted at Me, My Kid and Life: An American Single Mom Living in France, saying, "Deciding to go and stay green even when it's not the easiest choice, but rather because its the right choice!"

gamy presents Self Improvement Starts With Making Decisions posted at Mind Think Success, saying, "To have a positive change in your life, you have to decide you want a positive change, and this in itself is making a decision."



James Chambers presents Types of Hyperhidrosis posted at Hyperhidrosis.


spiritual growth

Louise Manning presents Volunteering your talents posted at The Human Imprint.


Matthew Spears presents That childlike state, and Love. posted at Loving Awareness, saying, "There is so much we can learn from children. Most of us are disconnected from that childlike quality inside ourselves, that innocent state of joyful wonder that makes love for children so natural. And yet, it is available to us at all times, and an absolutely essential part of happiness and love. The article goes through qualities of a child we can learn to bring into our own life."


kathmandau presents Finding the One Truth? posted at Into the Mist, saying, "I went looking for a single, unchanging truth—something to buffer my mind and spirit from the harsh realities of life."

taking a risk


James D. Brausch presents Act Or Don´t Act… There Is No Try posted at jamesbrausch.com.

Jeniffer presents 8 Quick and Easy Ways To Mix It Up In Your Life posted at thethirtydayyear.com, saying, "Sometimes all you need to do is try something a little different."

Lucynda Riley presents Thanskgiving Day tips for dieters posted at A Public Diet.

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:

Gamy Rachel said...

Hello Anne,

Thank you for including my post at this edition. I have added a trackback link here at my blog

http://www.mindthinksuccess.com/blog-carnival-list

Warm Regards
Gamy Rachel

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

Anne,

Thank you for including my post and for all the effort you extended managing and publishing this carnival. I've linked back here: http://www.slowdownfast.com/blog/are-self-growth-and-self-acceptance-mutually-exclusive/

Michael said...

Thanks for posting my article. Keep up the good work.
Michael Bell
www.live-it-true.com

CG Walters said...

Thank you, Anne, for this collection of writing...and the work it takes to bring it together.
I have added you to my permanent blogroll.
many blessings,
CG

Anne said...

Thank you everyone for your contributions and support. It is pleasing to know that it is not only me who learns from these posts.