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What do you want? A great job? A fulfilling relationship?
Go sailing around the Pacific for a few years in your very own luxurious boat? Or just to get along better with yourself?
Emiratis are the happiest population of all Arab nationalities and among the happiest people in the world, a study has revealed.
Feeling good about your life involves just 2 parts. Really! One is to learn to think about yourself in healthy ways. This is a learned skill, ladies and gentlemen, not something that a lucky few were born with.
Food and your mood can be so intimately linked. Have you perhaps settled down to read this with a warm cup of tea at your side? Maybe you have some celery to dip into homemade hummus as well or maybe you felt the need for a muffin to fortify jangled nerves?
Do you feel like you’re truly making the most of your life? If the answer is no, it might be time to start making a few changes and what better time than the present to add a little ‘oomph’? Here are five ways to make the most of life:
What are you presently tolerating in your life? Are you a few pounds overweight; maybe you’re at a job you dislike, or so disorganized you can’t find anything, much less some time to sit and relax? In order to be happier, more productive, more resilient, and healthier, stop tolerating these 10 things today:
Is your glass half-empty or half-full? How you answer this age-old question about positive thinking may reflect your outlook on life, your attitude toward yourself, and whether you're optimistic or pessimistic and it may even affect your health.
It is so refreshing to stay positive. Being negative and feeling negative is never a good choice. Whatever you are feeling is what you attract to yourself. We should always strive to be our own personal best.
In addition to maintaining a positive attitude, self-motivation and a good work ethic, here are 10 ideas to keep that smile on your face Monday through Friday.
So often we focus so much on what we do not have that we forget to take a look at what we DO have. That feeling generates a painful sense of lack, pushing us to either give up because we’re “never going to get what we want;” or to push even harder, inducing stress, and causing mistakes.