Unexpected Changes… No ratings yet.

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I had an idea in my head when I was in my 20’s of what my life would look like by the time I was 40. It was really neat and tidy and full of accomplishment with little worry. It’s funny how what we sometimes think will be our reality doesn’t exactly pan out the way we plan. My husband told me once that he read somewhere that “If you want to make God laugh, make plans.” As I look back on our lives over the past 20 years I see just how true a statement that is! Read more

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Rheumatoid Arthritis: How to Get Through A Day And Stay Happy No ratings yet.

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I suffer from rheumatoid arthritis and I would like to share a typical day with you. Because this disease has no cure, the only thing I can do is to ensure I follow a routine and try to stick to it as much as possible. Being a father of two kids, my schedules can be hectic but I have to balance everything to ensure that my joints are not getting a raw deal. Also, since I am now closer to 40 than 30 and have been suffering from rheumatoid arthritis for more than six years, my personal advice would be carefully honing a routine and following it. Read more

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The Power of Good Music No ratings yet.

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I have found one good way to breathe happy is through the power of good music. I like to listen to easy listening music that paints an image of being on a beach or near an ocean. I like songs that were popular in the 1950 and 1960s. A song like “What A Wonderful World” that was sung by the late Louis Armstrong helps a lot to feel happier. A happy song helps you feel better. Another good way to breathe happy I found was looking at comedy programs that make you laugh. Read more

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8 Ways to Recharge Yourself This Weekend No ratings yet.

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As Friday arrives, rest and relaxation are top of your mind. However, most of the time weekend leaves you with a tired Monday then you were on Friday. Therefore, instead of escaping from the workday activity, try to free yourself from stress and responsibility. Partying full weekend may seem good at the moment, but remember you have returned to the work-pressures on Monday. Read more

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The Happiness Project No ratings yet.

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For the longest time, I have never found the perfect set of joyful activities that goes well with my personality. I am an impulsive extrovert who loves doing things without a particular plan. On the onset, I am very fond of adventures and I fancy the simplest of things like taking pictures of random events, people and places. Read more

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Five Ways to Fight Depression – They Worked for Me! No ratings yet.

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More than 350 million people worldwide suffer from depression. It’s a serious problem and one that shouldn’t be ignored. Whether it’s you or a loved one who is suffering from depression, it’s crucial that you find ways to treat it as soon as possible. Depression is like a vacuum that sucks in your energy. It also sucks hope out of you so that you are unable to do the very thing you need to do to defeat it. The good news is that depression is not an undefeatable foe. By making deliberate choices to feel better, you can actually overcome it. Read more

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Cycling for Life – Going Green through Bike Commuting No ratings yet.

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People from all over the world are only beginning to discover the many benefits of bike commuting, but things are looking up as time goes by. In some cities in the United States, there are already a good percentage of trips made by bike, and perhaps it’s a result of people finally realizing that the supply of oil is limited, and that there are environmental consequences to excessive use of cars. If you’re not into it yet, here are three compelling reasons why you should start cycling for life. Read more

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10,000 Secrets and Facts to Happiness  5/5 (1)

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Most of the articles I see online are usually about “15 things you need to accomplish before you’re 25” or “30 tips on how to live life”. Honestly speaking, it gets me every time I see these posts; first, because I feel like I need to be lectured down on a number of things about my life. Second, I’ve got a number of insecurities about myself that I should work on to prevent future damage on my career path and what not. I have this sense of harmony with my soul, but being the worrier that I am; I can’t help but think of who I’ll be years from now. Read more

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The Ultimate Tobacco Alternative! No ratings yet.

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Did you know there are many other ways to quit smoking tobacco other way instead of nicotine patches, nicotine gum. So I’m going to tell you three ways to quit tobacco smoking here today. Instead of tobacco smoking there is an herbal blend that you can roll up and smoke that is way healthier than tobacco. People have smoked these herbs throughout history for a wide variety of reasons such as…………. Recreation, medicine, and spiritual ceremonies have all shaped the history and ritual of smoking herbs. Read more

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Goodness of The Greens Around You No ratings yet.

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Life is a busy and most of us spend our days shifting our focus from one activity to the other. Most of our days culminate by leaving us tired and often stressed about pending or some upcoming work. All this leaves us tired struggling for some sleep before another day starts. You may be a super mom trying to find a balance between home and work, or a dad doing the same job or else any human being who has some duties and responsibilities to fulfill. Sometimes you feel you are constantly trying to pursue one thing or the other so much so that we miss some moments that we could have enjoyed. One can make these moments special by becoming aware of the environment around us. Read more

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