Guest posting spots for October are now open and I’d like to invite you to participate. The theme will be Winning Attitude which covers the attitudes we need to have to grow and overcome challenges in life. Three examples are patience, persistence, and resilience, but there are still many other attitudes that can be covered. Please read Guest Posting Guidelines for more information.
Guest posting spots for September are now open and I’d like to invite you to participate. The theme will be Fulfilling Career. It covers topics such as career planning, how to find and follow our calling, and how to get the most out of our work. Please read Guest Posting Guidelines for more information. Update: All spots are now filled. Thanks!
We have now been in the last week of June and soon we will enter July. In July, I will accept guest posts here on Life Optimizer. So, if you are a blogger, you may consider participating. You may notice that recently there are two guest posts here. The first one is How to Boost Your Productivity with Serial Multi-tasking by Mary Jaksch and the second one is 7 Can’t-Miss Ways to Defeat the Procrastination Habit by Arjun Muralidharan. I love these posts and I think guest posting is a good idea. It gives the readers fresh perspectives that can enrich them. So here I publicly announce the guest posting opportunity to all of you. Here are two reasons why you may want to write guest posts:
How Theodore Roosevelt Earn a Brown Belt in Judo, Wrote Multiple Books, Read 4 Hours a Day, and Won the Presidency, All At The Same TimeAttitude/Learning/Working
Note: This is a guest post by Michael Rank of History in Five Minutes Podcast In the late 1800s, a doctor visited a wealthy couple in New York to examine their sickly son. He was severely asthmatic, a condition often fatal in those days. Dr. Dudley Sargent told him that due to this condition and his weak heart, failure to lead a quiet life would result in death. Theodore Roosevelt’s father disagreed with this diagnosis. He took his son aside and told him that sitting idly in one’s weakness was no way to live: “Theodore, you have the mind but you have not the body, and without the help of the body the mind cannot go as far as it should. I am giving you the tools, but it is up to you to make your body.”
Note: This is a guest post from Varsha Aditya of CaloriesAndMore.com When eating healthfully seems like a chore, it’s often because we are slaves of our taste buds. Our tongues can be like little dictators in our body, demanding that everything have sugar, chocolate, oils, butter, cream…The list goes on. Why do we crave just those things that we’re supposed to eat in moderation? Why don’t healthy things like greens and steamed vegetables give us that “feel-good” feeling? And what’s the solution””is there actually a way to enjoy and love healthy foods without being a gourmet chef? The answer is a resounding YES! Here are five simple things you can do to train your taste buds and savor the flavor of your vegetables: