Note: This post is written by Jon Rhodes “I wish everyone could get rich and famous and have everything they ever dreamed of so they would know that’s not the answer.” – Jim Carey We all want to be happy. That’s what drives us to do most things we do. But with modern life it’s easy to be distracted. We can spend too much time chasing money and success, and too little on the things that REALLY matter. We are constantly bombarded with adverts and the media telling us what we should be doing. These are to fit in with their goals, not yours. If you’re not careful, this influence can drag you off your path of happiness. This leads you to develop habits that make you unhappy. When you learn what they are, you are better placed to swap them with habits that make you happy. Here are some common bad habits of unhappy people…
Note: This post is written by Lidiya K Who said we should wait for inspiration to come? Most people think it’s a rare state that only creative people know. And they don’t even want to believe that we can live an inspired life every single day just by changing our attitude and starting to see things from another point of view. I was like that some time ago. Then I realized that in every little thing around us, in every event, person and emotion, there is beauty, there is meaning, and a story behind it. And if we ignore our prejudices and let go of judging and comparing, we can find a source of inspiration in almost anything. Here are 15 great sources of daily inspiration:
Note: This post is written by Julie Petersen Unlike geometry and chemistry, the skills you learn in your writing classes will actually take you pretty far in life, that is if you invest the time needed to hone your skills. Here are eight practical reasons why it’s important to improve your writing skills, as well as eight tips to help you with the process.
One way to make this year great is building new habits, and HabitMaster is an iOS app I develop that can help you do that. HabitMaster helps you build daily, weekly, and monthly habits. For each habit, your goal is to not break the streak. Keep the streak, and you are keeping the habit.
Here we are in 2016. Before the New Year, I wrote about how to review your year. Now that we are already in 2016, I’d like to continue that post with how to make this year great. Here are four ways to make this year great for you: 1. Start a new project. A new year is a good time to start a new project. Do you have something you dream of doing? Now could be the time to make it happen. For instance, you can start a blog, write a book, or build a side business. Think about what project could take you to the next level, and consider doing it now.