The early birds will inherit the earth. At least that’s what a 2009 University of Leipzig study found. The researchers concluded that « morning people were more proactive than evening types. » But being an effective early riser isn’t just about waking up before everyone else. It’s about putting yourself in a positive mindset and getting important things […]Lire la suite de "6 morning routines that are hard to adopt but will pay off for life"
Worrying too much is an unhealthy habit that can harm your mental health. As with any other habit, this one is also possible to break. Some claim that worrying is a reminder of bad experiences that prepares you for future experiences. However, if it happens too often you make it hard for your brain to […]Lire la suite de "Train your brain to stop worrying"
Update via The New York Times: “Do you have chronic sleep problems? You may be able to significantly improve your ability to get a restful night of sleep by practicing a popular form of meditation, a rigorous new study shows.” the full article. ~ One of the main causes of insomnia is that our minds are […]Lire la suite de "A Bed time meditation to help overcome insomnia"
Everything that we are and everything that we are not is an end result from our current level of thinking. Every great achievement in history came from exceptional thinking. Every man or woman to ever rise to the top of their profession had exceptional thinking that played a major role in getting them to where […]Lire la suite de "8 things exceptional thinkers do every day"
When my first daughter was born, I could not believe what it felt like to look into her miniature face as she squirmed under the delivery room’s heat lamp, swaddled in a baby blanket. That face looked practically identical to the face I grew up seeing every single day on the hutch where my parents […]Lire la suite de "3 ways failure can ensure our success"
There are hidden treasures in life that we can discover if we just look a little deeper. We do so much in our culture to avoid being alone. There are hundreds of ways we can distract ourselves from this very moment. Our world has actually been designed to do this. It has currently been constructed […]Lire la suite de "Romancing aloneness : How to be alone"
Earlier this evening, as I was scrolling through my Facebook feed, I came across an article that one of my high school classmates shared. It was written by a gentleman who was now in his 40s and wanting to offer words of wisdom to his twenty year old self. I thought to myself, what five pieces […]Lire la suite de "5 pieces of Advice I’d give to my 20 years old self now that I am almost 40"
“When your chakras are aligned, you have the most direct access to Source, however you may define Source (within yourself, outside yourself, or both simultaneously). Just as you hold a glass under the tap so it can be filled, we align with Source by facing into it, turning our attention toward it, and opening our […]Lire la suite de "Signs your energy field & chakras are out of whack"
What does mindset have to do with success? Don’t I just need to work harder and maybe get a lucky break or two? No! Your mindset has everything to do with your success. So here are 6 simple steps you can take to set yourself on the road for success. While they might teach you […]Lire la suite de "6 simple mindset shifts for success"
“Waking up this morning, I smile. Twenty-four brand-new hours are before me. I vow to live fully each moment and to look at all beings with eyes of compassion.” Thich Nhat Hanh Buddhist monks wake up every morning, at approximately 4 a.m. while the stars are still out and the world appears to be peacefully […]Lire la suite de "A simple buddhist guide to having a mindful morning"