Tag Archives: life

4 Reasons Why Blogging Matters

1. It brings ideas out to the public – a lot of people have some pretty unique perspectives. Now, we all get a chance to hear those ideas and explore them. 2. You can get something off your chest – imagine if violence in the world went away because more and more people used their…

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Creating Our Story in Life

Our Story is Amazing The story behind each of us is amazing. There are things that some people around us may never know (Unless they are the right person). The person you are, essentially is driven by your past. We each have things that we go through, some good, some bad. The common ground is…

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15 Bite-Sized Lessons for Bloggers

 

I’m the huge proponent of continuous learning, specifically in the form of MOOCs. MOOCs can be anything from 45-minute online quickie tutorials to 40-hour courses from accredited universities that result in valuable certificates of completion. I believe they all serve a purpose. Skillshare is one of the most popular platforms for this type of learning. Most…

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The Future is now

 

The future is today, the decisions you make will always have an effect on tomorrow. If you keep tomorrow in mind, you will find that today will be much more satisfying. Yesterday was the past, so was five minutes ago, you have to look ahead that way you know where you are going. If you…

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What is Happiness, Anyway?

What is happiness? People have agonized over this question for centuries, but only recently has science begun to weigh in on the debate. Most of us probably don’t believe we need a formal definition of happiness; we know it when we feel it, and we often use the term to describe a range of positive…

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Cut Everything and Everyone That Is Stopping You — Tangible Triumph

Written by Tangible Triumphs Board Member: Ray Rodriguez Co Founder & Co Owner of: Tangible Triumph -Tangible Triumph Board Member, Contributor, Writer Change or Fail I can attest that change is one of the hardest things in life. I had to make plenty of changes to be where I am today. Anything that we’re not used to […]

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Day 16: Ways to Complain Less and Be Happier — BayArt

We all complain. Even if you argue that you are the happiest person in the world, you still complain sometimes. Sometimes we complain without even realizing it, but rarely is it ever helpful. Sure, a common complaint can bond two people who may have nothing in common, but too much complaining would just break down…

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Day 15: What about things you love about yourself — BayArt

Write down about things you love about yourself. Example headline: [Number] Things I Love About Myself Writing Tip: Be honest, humble, and personable. Nobody likes a know-it-all. The more personality you can show in a blog post, the better. You’re not writing for your college English professor. You’re writing for the amusement of the reader.…

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Day 14: What about your unhealthy habits — BayArt

Write about your unhealthy habits. Use your new post as an accepting, unconditionally loving space holder for who you are—even with these habits. Use this exercise to release the guilt you might feel for having them. Acknowledge your humanness. Write yourself a permission slip that lets you continue these habits until you are ready to…

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Day 13: What is Your Ritual? — BayArt

Rituals are a huge part of our lives. Some people like to take a hot bath before going to bed, some like to light a candle and sip wine after a long day’s work, and some read poetry on the way home from work on the bus. Write about some of your favorite rituals in…

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