The cooking competition show reveals some important truths about life.
People often try to comfort themselves and others in difficult circumstances by saying, “Everything happens for a reason.” I don’t buy it.
Is today your Leap Day?
I’m a big advocate of settings goals. So, I was very surprised and intrigued when I got an email from Jeff Goins with the subject: Planning for the New Year: Why Goals Are a Waste of Time. Is he right?
If you want 2012 to be better than 2011, this is a critical week to making that happen. Here are 6 steps to making 2012 your best year ever.
Mark Hibbitts guest blogs about a simple yet powerful exercise that can help you develop an attitude of gratitude.
As Marcus Tullius Cicero said “A thankful heart is not only the greatest virtue, but the parent of all the other virtues.” Here are 7 ways thankfulness affects how we live each day & why it’s a great idea to live a life of thanksgiving instead of just 1 day a year.
People have a lot of “life-changing experiences” that don’t end up changing their life at all, because they continue to go with the flow. I don’t want that to happen to me or to you.
Most Americans believe the U.S. is the freest country in the world. Yet millions of us have abused our freedom and become enslaved. How free are we, really?
In this guest post by Tara Miller, she explains a number of ways journaling can help you improve your life, some you may not have thought of.