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I Don’t Know Why I’m Ringing, But I’m Not Happy: I Should Be But I’m Not

This feeling of loss, the empty nest can be a risky time as yet again you have to adapt to a new role in life. You are not needed all the time by anyone, or so it seems.

A Way To Approach Your Day

Do no harm. That’s it. Do no harm means that you will be doing good.

7 Ways to Celebrate National Book Lovers Day

One of the fundamental components for learning is through reading. Whether a person is an avid reader or not, at some point during the day people will read something, whether it’s an article, in a magazine or a newspaper, on the Internet or a greeting card. When it comes to the conversation of reading a book however, faces cringe from the mere mention of the subject.

You Are Greater Than Your Circumstances

Believe it or not at any given time in your life, your circumstances don’t have anything on you. Have you ever noticed that throughout your life you have had several circumstances, which have challenged you beyond your imagination, but you found you’re way through them? Well that happened because at some point during that circumstance you realised that you were much more than your circumstances and upon that revelation you found a way through it. I know it may seem like it may have happened some other way, but whether it was more of a fight you had to put up, or the silent realisation that what you were going through was something that would eventually pass, you came through it.

I’m Living The Single Life

Being single is a growing experience and sometimes you have to take time to experience being alone to appreciate your life. Single living isn’t right for everyone. I know people who can’t imagine living a single life but it isn’t all that bad.

Things I’m Learning While Cycling

Things I’m Learning While Cycling… and how it relates to everything else in life. A recent decision to take up cycling at the tender age of fifty-something has been quite inspiring and motivating and crazy! At this point you may be asking yourself, “Why would any sane person do THAT?” It started with wanting to ride in a three-day charity run. So here I am with a determination and conviction to reach my goal – of a 3-day ride without waiting for the sag wagon to take me to the next point. As I ride, I see some cycling / life parallels emerging. Here’s what I’ve learned so far:

6 Magical, Practical Ways to Transform a Habit

Six ways to work with habits that don’t serve your highest self. Pick one method that works for you.

Why China Is Still the First Choice for Gap Year Programs

Gap year is, without a doubt, becoming a more and more popular option for college students these days. As a result, there is an increasing number of volunteer and profit institutions that are offering gap year programs for these enthused students.

Only As Strong As Our Weakest Link – How to Grow and Overcome Obstacles

I remember when I was growing up being painfully shy. I could never imagine getting up in front of people and speaking to them. Anyone that knows me today would never know that I had a fear of speaking in front of people or that I was ever shy. Shy is not a word that describes me as a person today. But this wasn’t something that happened overnight. I remember my first time standing in front of people and speaking, it was uncomfortable, my knee were knocking, my palms were sweaty and I thought I was going to pass out. But I got through it and kind of enjoyed it. Now, after many years, the act of speaking in front of people or talking to groups brings me great joy and I thrive on the opportunity to speak and to talk with others in a group.

Why China Is Still the First Choice for Gap Year Programs

Gap year is, without a doubt, becoming a more and more popular option for college students these days. As a result, there is an increasing number of volunteer and profit institutions that are offering gap year programs for these enthused students.

Only As Strong As Our Weakest Link – How to Grow and Overcome Obstacles

I remember when I was growing up being painfully shy. I could never imagine getting up in front of people and speaking to them. Anyone that knows me today would never know that I had a fear of speaking in front of people or that I was ever shy. Shy is not a word that describes me as a person today. But this wasn’t something that happened overnight. I remember my first time standing in front of people and speaking, it was uncomfortable, my knee were knocking, my palms were sweaty and I thought I was going to pass out. But I got through it and kind of enjoyed it. Now, after many years, the act of speaking in front of people or talking to groups brings me great joy and I thrive on the opportunity to speak and to talk with others in a group.

Key of Ownership

Key of ownership is called Living Above the Line. What is above the line? Above the line is when we take responsibility for what happens in our life. We understand that the decisions we make and the action we take dictates how we live our life.

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