Osana A3 hours ago
My Transformation Story
January 21, 2019 My transformation story starts about six years ago—it was January 2013, I was severely depressed, overweight, and I had absolutely no hope for the future. I remember I had thought tha...
Rosario Felix8 hours ago
I Adopted 8 CEOs’ Habits for a Month – This Is How My Life Changed
Psychologists have found that the way you act, or behave, influences the way you think and feel far more than the average person would expect. That’s why I believe positive actions can have a greater ...
Rose Walkera day ago
Embrace the Suck
This is a phrase I try to tell myself as often as I can. Sometimes, life just sucks. It really does. This situation sucks, or this person sucks. But that's really, really ok. Life isn't supposed to be...
Raymond Achille2 days ago
Inner Purpose Journal (March '18)
(3/4/18) Each day I learn more and I grow more... about myself, my career, and my creator. The joy and peace I feel each second of every day is unmatched. (3/5/18) This is only the beginning for me. T...
B o n e3 days ago
Basic Beginnings
Well, "ideally how I'd like it to go," is a better way of wording it. I never really follow "new year, new me" mantras, but this year is new, and hopefully something about me will be too. Sound less c...
Samuel Moore3 days ago
Role Models
We all have them—regardless of if we go looking or they fall into our lives. Almost as idols, they inspire us. We hold these people in such high regard and so easily forget that they are human like ev...
The Power of Habit
December is an interesting month for most of the modern world as people get together with their families, eat a surplus amount of food, and exchange gifts or perform other religious acts. This holiday...
Eva Kajushia month ago
Things to Remember When Everything Goes Wrong…
Throughout all our life, we go through different struggles which never kill us, but always make us stronger. Struggling is a missing piece of this LIFE puzzle. Nothing ever comes easy, when you are tr...
Nicola P. Younga month ago
Fun Motivational Gifts for Coworkers
It can be difficult to choose the right gift for the people you work with: You want to get something that they can use, but with just enough of a personal touch to make it something they'll be sure to...
Bethany Ashlyna month ago
How to Create Successful Goals for the New Year
With the year coming to a close and the excitement of what the next 365 days might bring, we are all creating the new year's resolution list in our minds. While I'm not a fan of creating goals on a pa...
Charlotte Masona month ago
The Law of Process: Daily Construction
I sanded on my industrial arts project for what felt like an eternity. I knew the teacher was right. I had seen my dad’s woodwork. In the end it was worth the time to hear, “Wow! I’ve never seen somet...
Eva Šmitea month ago
New Year Resolutions or Long Term Solutions
So it’s that time of the year again. You know the drill—suddenly everyone is feeling inspired to change their life for the better by changing their habits and routines for healthier alternatives. Whet...
Rose Walkera day ago
Embrace the Suck
This is a phrase I try to tell myself as often as I can. Sometimes, life just sucks. It really does. This situation sucks, or this person sucks. But that's really, really ok. Life isn't supposed to be...
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John Ames4 days ago
Fear the Future?
The future, that word sometimes strikes the fear of the unknown within each of us. This fear of the unknown is prevalent in everything in society, we are all afraid for many reasons in our life. Some ...
Mariposa Blanca6 days ago
You Deserve the Best
Have you ever thought about how worthless you were and how undeserving you were of everything that is good in this world? Yes? But... have you ever asked yourself why you're thinking about that in the...
TJ Neal14 days ago
7 Books for Millennial Leader Greatness
I applaud all the millennial leaders, who are defying the rumors about how we are spoiled, entitled, and behind other generations. I respect you for leading in spite of the noise and being inspiration...
Sara Marie19 days ago
Authentically Me
Authentically Me… “There is nothing I need to SEE There is nothing I need to SEEK There is nothing, but what I BE That can COMPLETE ME” This mantra came to me while driving. I chose to leave the house without my cell phone, I left the music off in the car, and I just listened to the universe. A resounding message of just being authentically me. It’s the beginning of 2019 and although 2018 was a difficult year, it was not bad. I learned so much about my strength, my true purpose, and I experience...
Nicole Addison25 days ago
Learn How to Make Stress Your Best Friend
When was the last time that you’ve experienced stress? A week ago? Yesterday? Maybe even right now? Regardless of when it occurred, stress is obviously not the greatest feeling, both psychologically a...
Kate Hurley4 days ago
A Letter to My Emotions
Dear Happiness, You are easier said than done. My brain seems to think that you don’t exist in me anymore, but I feel you at least once or twice everyday, more so if I’m lucky. I feel you in a song, a...
Sarah Blain6 days ago
A 24-Year-Old Child
As I jump off the swing in the public park, I observe the nostalgic feeling that filled my adult heart, the very heart that once was a child. It has been years since I stepped on a playground, knowing...
Living with an Audience
We want to be liked. We want to be admired. We want people to think highly of us. We want to be more attractive, have more money, more friends, more likes. We want to be wanted. We crave validation mo...
B o n e3 days ago
Basic Beginnings
Well, "ideally how I'd like it to go," is a better way of wording it. I never really follow "new year, new me" mantras, but this year is new, and hopefully something about me will be too. Sound less c...
Samuel Moore3 days ago
Role Models
We all have them—regardless of if we go looking or they fall into our lives. Almost as idols, they inspire us. We hold these people in such high regard and so easily forget that they are human like ev...
Sam Farrell5 days ago
I Don’t Know About You, But I’m Not Quite Sure What to Do
It’s been 2 months since I turned the age Taylor Swift felt so inclined to document about in song form. The song may depict that when someone turns this age, they take a carefree approach to life, with many decisions being driven by debauchery and promiscuity. And having recently graduated, a carefree approach was enough to see me through my undergrad years. I could study until my goal of a degree was reached. Jump from project to project to keep my CV as varied & dynamic as possible. Take paid ...
Osana A3 hours ago
My Transformation Story
January 21, 2019 My transformation story starts about six years ago—it was January 2013, I was severely depressed, overweight, and I had absolutely no hope for the future. I remember I had thought tha...
Rosario Felix8 hours ago
I Adopted 8 CEOs’ Habits for a Month – This Is How My Life Changed
Psychologists have found that the way you act, or behave, influences the way you think and feel far more than the average person would expect. That’s why I believe positive actions can have a greater ...
Raymond Achille2 days ago
Inner Purpose Journal (March '18)
(3/4/18) Each day I learn more and I grow more... about myself, my career, and my creator. The joy and peace I feel each second of every day is unmatched. (3/5/18) This is only the beginning for me. T...
How to Set Intentions
Ah, yes. Another year has passed, and you know what that means. The gyms become jam-packed, new organizational tools line store shelves, and artful advertisements about weight-loss programs seem to po...
Karen Berns18 days ago
How to Start to Think Positive
Do you tend to see the glass of water half empty? To imagine the worst? Positive thinking is not your thing. Pessimism does not solve problems. What if we tried to take life on the right side? "It's t...
Spencer Schmidt21 days ago
Starting the New Year off Right!
How's it going? Is it one of "those" days, or are you actually having a pretty great day? I hope the latter is the choice of many of you reading this, but realistically for a lot of people, it's one o...
Ashley Peterson15 days ago
Does the Law of Attraction Actually Exist?
My uninformed impression of the law of attraction was that what you put out into the world is what you get back. On the surface this seems like it could be appealing, and support the notion that the w...
'Women Food and God: An Unexpected Path to Almost Everything'
I first came across Geneen Roth's eating guidelines in my late teens. It was an excerpt from an interview with Oprah Winfrey which included a list of her seven principles. The notion of eating intuiti...
'Ami: Child of the Stars'
I was told about Ami: Child of the Stars by Enrique Barrios, during a chance conversation with someone. It woke me up to a world of wonder and infinite possibilities. I recall lighting up when first r...
LeAnn Murcha month ago
Turning off Social Media
I'm just your average millennial, completely obsessed with my social media, from my Facebook to my Twitter, I'm always posting on some kind of social app. I can't go an hour without looking at my phon...
Baby Griddya month ago
How to Successfully Detox from Social Media
Social media is one of the biggest booms in technology. We went from writing emails connected to a noisy modem in the 90s to a plethora of social media platforms accessible from our phones. This is a ...
Danny Weaver2 months ago
You Don't Need 100k+ Followers to Be an Influencer
In the age of social media, influencers, and being a part of a generation that puts high emphasis on likes, followers, and the perfect Instagram feed, it is possible that we forget the impact and the ...
Paulina Pachel6 days ago
10-Year-Age-Challenge: More Than Just a Few Wrinkles
A new fad has taken over social media and contrary to what most people believe, it’s not as annoying as a redundant, pointless, and often dry-humored meme. People are suddenly sharing their photos fro...
Insecurities
“Confidence is only a layer of protection built up by fragments of insecurities glued together by the horrors of what’s real in the mind.” – E.T.D Casterton Does this make sense? Probably not. But doe...
Courtney Lowry6 days ago
How Art Heals a Broken Heart
“That’s the thing about pain, it demands to be felt.” I couldn’t have said it any better than when Augustus Waters quoted Hazel Grace’s beloved book in one of my novel-turned-movie classics, The Fault...