Can you think of one thing that (almost) everyone wants? I can. Success. In every sense, shape, perspective and configuration of the word. Whatever it means to you, it’s something you most likely want. Continue reading “How To Choose Between Your “Wants” And Your “Musts””
How we start our mornings can have a huge impact on our attitudes for the rest of the day. So, from a student with a nasty habit of never getting enough sleep and scrambling to finish homework before school starts (do as I say, not as I do), here are a few tips to kickstart your morning feeling energized and motivated to take on the new day. Continue reading “How To Start Your Morning Off Right!”
I feel like a lot of people don’t really know what they want to do with their lives. They haven’t found that spark of interest, their life’s calling. Continue reading “Finding Your Purpose In Life: It’s Not Easy”
We spend so much of our time worrying and obsessing over being heard and leaving a mark on the world. Why not instead focus on living on our own terms, creating the life we envisioned, and not caring whether or not we’re talked about for years after we’re gone?
Coincidentally, that’s exactly how those before us left their marks.
Whether celebrating Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa (though not celebrated until tomorrow), Festivus, the Winter Solstice, or just the weekend, the 25th of December is a pretty important day on everyone’s calendars. Continue reading “Happy December 25th!”
When’s the last time you did something instead of putting it off? Continue reading “When’s The Last Time?”
“Today is the only important day! There are 86,400 seconds in a day, and how you use those are critical!”- Eric Thomas Continue reading “How Are You Spending Your Time?”
Meditation’s an old practice. According to Wikipedia, it appears to have references back to the Hindu Vedas of India and Nepal. The Vedas are a large body of texts said to have originated from regions of India, and in them, the practice of meditation is referred to as early as 1700 BC, making the practice an extremely ancient one. Throughout the years, it’s been used as a means of contemplation and reflection, both spiritually and non-spiritually. And for good reason. Continue reading “Meditation: How To Do It And Its Awesome Benefits”