living a real life - March 15, 2008
Welcome to the March 15, 2008 edition of living a real life.
FitBuff presents 5 Benefits of Dark Chocolate - Facts You Need to Know Before Enjoying posted at FitBuff.com's Total Mind and Body Fitness Blog, saying, "Benefits of dark chocolate… Yes, the legends are true: They do exist! But, before you go rummaging through year-old Halloween candy and stuffing your face with Snicker's and Tootsie Roll's, there's a few things you need to know..."
Roger presents Listening To Your Intuition posted at The Happy and Prosperous Blog, saying, "How do you allow your intuition to speak ?"
Jirel presents Learning to live with the present posted at Positive and Successful Life Style tips, saying, "The moment we are at this time is the most valuable in our life and I myself always try to utilize this time to get maximum output from my life though I know past and future are equally important for successful life. But past had happened in the past. We can't go there because time always continues to go on. Future will be there waiting for us. We can make most of our future if only we make most of today. So comparatively the most do utilize time is present."
David presents Tony Robbins Explains What Drives People at TED Talks posted at Worldwide Success.
Ariah Fine presents What If We Wiped for Our Great, Great, Great, Great Grandchildren? posted at Trying to Follow.
Terry Dean presents Why Believing in Yourself Will Change Your Life posted at Integrity Business Blog by Terry Dean.
Terri Holley presents Turn Good Intentions into Real Change: The 100 Person Challenge posted at The Health and Life Mixing Bowl, saying, "Join my 100 Person Challenge and turn your good intentions into real change!"
Life. Money. Development. presents Diet Tips for Preventing High Cholesterol Levels posted at Life. Money. Development., saying, "A neat collection of diet tips for keeping cholesterol in recommended levels."
Shawn Williamson presents How to be the master of your fate. How to be the captain of your soul. posted at do you LIVE or simply EXIST, saying, "I love the poem Invictus. When I read it, I imagine a man facing off against insurmountable odds, but refusing to give up. As silly as it may sound, it gives me inspiration. It makes me want to fight for what I want. It makes me want to be in charge of my life. It got me thinking, how can I be the captain of my fate and the master of my soul?"
Christine presents Is Marriage Outdated? posted at Me, My Kid and Life: An American Single Mom Living in France.
hkalchemy presents Can the law of attraction work for YOU? posted at Effortless Wealth and Abundance.
Mike Remer presents A Great Weight Reducing Secret My Path To Fitness Blog posted at My Path To Fitness Blog.
Albert Foong presents The Art of Giving What You Don’t Have » Personal Development - The Urban Monk posted at Urban Monk.
Coping with Change
daniel santos presents Creating A Dream posted at Creating a Dream, saying, "That first moment you glimpse your destiny - that cosmic bolt hit you yet?"
Warren Wong presents How To Expand Your Business Through Quality And Word Of Mouth posted at Personal Development for INTJs, saying, "Some reasons why quality is so important in business and how it helps you gain more customers."
Patricia Twitchell presents Comfort Comes from Unexpected Places posted at Just Bears and Stuff, saying, "So often people take the things they treasure the most for granted. Life has a way of offering us the opportunity to evaluate and review those things in our life that are important. Many times this occurs through a tragedy. Yet, many tragedies turn into amazing blessings, which help us to clearly understand our path in life. Learn how one woman turned the tragedy of her father’s heart attack into the blessing of having the courage to live her dream. A dream that has blessed so many others who have come to know her as The Teddy Bear Lady of Myrtle Creek"
Clever Elsie presents Singletude: A Positive Blog for Singles: Singles and Roommates: Choosing a Roommate posted at Singletude: A Positive Blog for Singles, saying, "Adjusting to life with a roommate can be a big change. But if you're single, a roomie can be a great source of companionship and money towards the rent. This article explains how to make the adjustment easier by choosing the right roommate for you."
Alex Blackwell presents 45 Tips for a Happier, Simpler and More Productive Life posted at The Next 45 Years.
Lori Jewett presents Living More Fully - Death as a Motivator posted at Between Us Girls, saying, "Nothing changes us more than death, but how we choose to perceive death can lead us either to despair or to a life lived more fully."
Matthew Spears presents I ’should’ heal and grow. posted at Loving Awareness, saying, "As much as you desire change, understand it is because you think you “should”. This desire for change, is usually allowed to come to you from an external source rather that from inside yourself. In other words, true change will not occur unless and until you are connected to your inner Self and the desire to change comes from there."
Rose Walbrugh presents Beliefs of happy people posted at FreeMyMind.Net, saying, "How do we set about discovering a set of well grounded beliefs certain to result in a happy, constructive life?"
Roger presents Life Really Is Amazing Even When It Doesn’t Seem So posted at The Happy and Prosperous Blog, saying, "This is a way I found of breaking out of a rut. Could it work for you too ?"
Alvaro Fernandez presents The Power of Mindsight-by Daniel Goleman posted at SharpBrains, saying, "Daniel Goldman asks, "When you were young, which of these did you feel more often?""
Ali Hale presents How to Stop Making Excuses and Start Making Changes posted at The Office Diet, saying, "A comprehensive article for anyone who wants to change but always manages to find some reason to put off improving their health and fitness. Deals with the most common excuses for not changing and gives easy, practical tips on getting over them and getting on with starting a better life!"
DotLobby presents Goal Theory - How Friends and Family Can Help posted at DotNLP, saying, "A goal theory is simply a rule or presumption that aims to help you achieve whatever you desire..."
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