Tuesday, May 06, 2008

Carnival - Living a Real Life


Welcome to the May 4, 2008 edition of living a real life.
As usual there were many excellent submissions for this carnival and, sadly, we cannot include them all. Here are this months selection of articles that we hope will bring some insight into living a real life.


Madeleine Begun Kane presents Crazy Aunts and Other Mad Relatives posted at Mad Kane's Humor Blog.

Life. Money. Development. presents The 7 Attributes of Leadership posted at Life. Money. Development., saying, "An excellent presentation of the attributes every leader should have."

Ellen Landauer presents Natural Alternative Health CoachingHealth Freedom Coaching: addiction recovery posted at Health Freedom Coaching, saying, "While this article offers solid nutrition information that can help if you or someone you love is recovering from drug or alcohol dependence, there is a wealth of knowledge here for health-oriented people. In my research on substance abuse, I found a lot of parallels between alcohol and drug addiction and sugar addiction. If you simply want to eat less sugar, this article will help."

New Life

Laksh presents Dance in the rain… posted at Musings, saying, "About stopping to smell the grass. About living in the present"

Gary Evans presents How to Become a Money Magnet posted at Good To Feel Good.

Joshua Seth presents The Secret to Time Management posted at Joshua Seth Blog.

Mina Togonon presents Everything is just a representation posted at 24 Hour Paradigm, saying, "Have you ever felt the strong desire to be different but other people keep on coining you someone else? It's like you're caged to someone's personality eternally. Is it painful to be coined as someone that's far from what you really are? Read on as I discuss why wearing mask may or may not help us."

Michelle Sweeney presents A Letter To My Mother posted at Tonic Gifts.

Michael Bass presents Debt and Depression posted at Debt Prison, saying, "I’ve learned to focus on what I do have. I have so much to be thankful for. Don’t we all?"

Chris Edgar presents Would You "Survive" A Career Change? posted at Purpose Power Coaching, saying, "Even when we know we want to make a career change, the thought of giving up what we do right now can feel life-threatening. We can become so identified with our careers that leaving them almost feels like removing a part of our bodies. In this article, I discuss some meditative techniques for overcoming that fear and becoming able to pursue your true calling."

Frederic Premji presents 7 Questions To Finding Your True Passion posted at BlogMotivation.com, saying, "Insightful article about how to figure out what you are passionate about"

Gary Evans presents Trusting Your Inner Guidance posted at Good To Feel Good.

Joshua Seth presents Your Mind Body Connection posted at Joshua Seth Blog.


Gary Evans presents Law of Attraction 101 posted at Good To Feel Good.

theLifeLessTraveled presents Woman Joins The Peace Corps And Becomes World Traveler posted at The Life Less Traveled, saying, "Over 20 years ago Mona Sturges joined the Peace Corps. That was the first step toward a international career which allowed her to travel and see the world from a different perspective than most people get to experience. Would she do it again? Yes, in a heart beat."

Gerry Cueto presents A Skeptic's Approach to Personal Development Gerry Cueto posted at Finding a Meaningful Career, saying, "a personal story of my introduction to personal growth with a skeptical lens.. offers a unique perspective to personal development"

new life.

David B. Bohl presents How to Live with Gusto posted at Slow Down Fast Today!, saying, "There is an ancient Hebrew teaching that upon our death, not only will we be called upon to account for our sins, but also for every permissible pleasure we refused. Mind you, this isn’t permission to act irresponsibly or immoderately."

Trying Again

Frederic Premji presents 9 Effective Ways To Get Out Of A Rut posted at BlogMotivation.com, saying, "Great article about simple methods to get back on track :)"

Where to now?



Scott.Goolsby presents Stepping Toward Compassion posted at Unapologetic Genius, saying, "Developing compassion."

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. We will not accept articles with pop up ads or signup forms, nor articles that are simple self-promotion. Please keep your article on topic.
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3 comments:

Teagen said...

Great post! Thanks for including me in this carnival.

-Teagen
www.TheLifeLessTraveled.com

Jacqui said...

Thank you for introducing me to The Next 45 Years blog - I think it is going to be a regular read!

Internet Business Mentoring said...

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Megan