How to Remove Distractions From Your Life

Distractions become a problem when it hinders the work we wish to do and removes our attention from what we value in our lives. Exercising, eating consciously, going out for a walk, losing out on spending time with the important people in our lives. Whatever we may want to do can be interrupted by continual… [Read More]

10 Ways to Successfully Continue a Habit

Failure is failure. It can be a tremendous learning tool. It can define who you are. How it affects you; is to your choosing. I’ve learned what hasn’t worked for me in the past year. With each failure I learned something. You learn how to overpass it, lose emphasis on “failure” and succeed. Failure is… [Read More]

The Money Mindset

Money is not hard to manage, we are. I saw the latest computer come out and I had to buy it. With the swipe of a card it was mine. I didn’t have the money, but that didn’t matter at the time. It was about what I wanted. Regret followed shortly after. I owed $2000… [Read More]

How to Simplify and Do What You Love

Life is really simple, but we insist on making it complicated. ― Confucius People may see simplicity as something of “boring”. It is the hardest thing that we can come to. It requires understanding and intelligence to not conform to a particular pattern. We get stuck in these patterns, and they turn into habits with time…. [Read More]

Applying Focus to Your Dreams

Today, I lied in bed thinking, being lazy and not really doing anything productive. I talked to myself about things I did, and started browsing around; doing small minuscule things that had no impact in the LARGER picture. I’ve noticed that whenever I start dabbling in small minor tasks, that they ONLY lead to other… [Read More]

Letting Go of Expectations and Judgements

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“There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so.” – William Shakespeare A simple change in perspective can change our views on what is happening. When we judge something, we create false expectations of that something. We limit our own ability to experience, and our perspective on reality. Whenever something happens; our… [Read More]