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  • How to Get More Done with (a Lot) Less Stress: 12 Daily Habits
    by Henrik Edberg on June 29, 2022 at 12:30 pm

    “Three Rules of Work: Out of clutter find simplicity; From discord find harmony; In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity.” Albert Einstein “Think simple” as my old master used to say – meaning reduce the whole of its parts into the simplest terms, getting back to first principles.” Frank Lloyd Wright The daily work we

  • 9 Things You Need to Stop Doing to Start Living a Happier and Self-Kinder Life
    by Henrik Edberg on June 21, 2022 at 12:00 pm

    “When one door of happiness closes, another opens, but often we look so long at the closed door that we do not see the one that has been opened for us.”’ Helen Keller “Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony.” Mahatma Gandhi Living a life where

  • How to Keep a Conversation Going: 8 Simple Tips
    by Henrik Edberg on June 15, 2022 at 1:00 pm

    Do you have problems with keeping a conversation going? Do you sometimes run out of things to say? Then you’re in the right place. Because in this post I’d like to share 8 of my own favorite tips and habits that have helped me to greatly reduce this issue in my own life. Here is

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  • Doctors Explain 8 Benefits of Medical Marijuana
    by Lakeisha Ethans on July 4, 2022 at 10:00 am

    The subject of marijuana and its use is quite controversial. But as cannabis and its use become legal in more and more states in America, people also note the substance’s medical benefits. Medical marijuana is a medication that safely takes advantage of the naturally positive qualities of hemp plants and can be a lifesaver for The post Doctors Explain 8 Benefits of Medical Marijuana appeared first on Power of Positivity: Positive Thinking & Attitude.

  • 15 Benefits of Cardiovascular Exercise Never to Ignore
    by Jennifer Hinders on July 4, 2022 at 4:01 am

    When it comes to having a healthy heart, never underestimate the importance of cardiovascular exercise. Revving up your heart rate and increasing your blood pressure through cardio exercise warrants a healthy heart, stronger muscles, and a better brain. Besides helping your heart, cardiovascular exercise has other worthwhile benefits you should never ignore. 15 Benefits of The post 15 Benefits of Cardiovascular Exercise Never to Ignore appeared first on Power of Positivity: Positive Thinking & Attitude.

  • 14 Benefits of Staying Single Most People Don’t Realize
    by Sarah Barkley on July 3, 2022 at 10:00 pm

    Society pressures us to find a long-term relationship and settle down. This situation isn’t for everyone, though, and some people prefer staying single. Whether you’ve been single for a while or a new breakup has brought you to singlehood, you can benefit from the experience. It can be hard to adjust to singlehood if you’re The post 14 Benefits of Staying Single Most People Don’t Realize appeared first on Power of Positivity: Positive Thinking & Attitude.

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  • Zainika Jagasia: Mumbai's Inspiring 19-Year-Old Model & Baker
    by clubs@charityfocus.org on July 4, 2022 at 7:00 am

    "Zainika Jagasia's mother, Reshma Jagasia, says she had a gut feeling throughout her pregnancy that 'there was something wrong'. "It was almost like my child was talking to me all the time," she told The Quint. She stayed conscious during her C-section surgery and when the baby was born, the doctors confirmed that she had Down syndrome. The ever-supportive parents then spent 8 to 10 hours a day with their child in occupational, physical and speech therapy when Zainika was just months old." Zainika is now a part-time model and full-time baker with a thriving social media following. More on her inspiring journey here.

  • Letters from Two Gardens
    by clubs@charityfocus.org on July 3, 2022 at 7:00 am

    "In the late July swelter and dragonfly buzz of summer, poets Aimee Nezhukumatathil and Ross Gay began a correspondence of poems -- sent the old-fashioned way, through the mail. Aimee wrote from her flower garden in Fredonia, New York, Ross from his fruit and vegetable garden in Bloomington, Indiana. Here, then, is how they made sense and record of a full year in their respective gardens. "It is our hope that some of the pleasure and anxiety of tending these gardens -- which is to say, tending to ourselves, our relationships, our earth -- comes through in these poems," says Ross. Theres bounty, yes. But there's loss and sorrow too: like a garden, like a life."

  • The Divided Brain
    by clubs@charityfocus.org on July 2, 2022 at 7:00 am

    In this RSA produced video, the world of today is explained by Iain McGilchrist, a psychiatrist, writer, and former Oxford literary scholar. He came to prominence after the publication of his book The Master and His Emissary, subtitled The Divided Brain and the Making of the Western World. The words of McGilchrist, and the illustrative and clever graphics accompanying the audio, describe how the two hemispheres of the brain operate and affect the way we interact with and see the world. He says that modern culture has developed a machine model of the brain that relies heavily on our left hemisphere and determines our perception of reality. While the rational perceptions of the left hemisphere offer much that is helpful and needed, the tendency is to sacrifice the intuitive and feeling experience of the right hemisphere - which limits our ability to relate humanely with others. We are not, of course, machines but we have been educated to think this rigidly rational and narrow focused view of life is how we should function to succeed in the world. In fact, we need both the broad intuitive focus and the narrow rational focus offered by the two hemispheres of the brain, otherwise we become lopsided and out of balance, lacking in empathy and appreciation for the subtle and beautiful aspects of reality that may be outside of rational explanation or experience. As humans, we do violence to ourselves in the way that we split off from our intuitive and feeling selves and overvalue our rational minds. In fact, the balancing of the brains perceptions offers hope for both a rational and feeling society that would be better for all.

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  • Stunningly constructed tiny home has a bifold window that connects to the outdoor living area
    by Jake L. on July 3, 2022 at 8:21 pm

    Have you ever found yourself sick and tired of the world’s fast-paced and needlessly complicated lifestyles? From jobs, politics, businesses, and even to homes—the amount of innovation has rendered others desensitized of progress. Some couldn’t even find inner peace and contentment. That’s what Amy and Greg wanted to avoid. The couple from Queensland, Australia, wanted ... Read more The post Stunningly constructed tiny home has a bifold window that connects to the outdoor living area appeared first on Positive Outlooks.

  • These roller-skating brothers are spreading good vibes on the internet with their nostalgic clips
    by Positive Outlooks on July 3, 2022 at 6:00 pm

    These brothers from Delaware are bringing joy to the internet—one roller-skating video at a time. Marcus Griffin, 33, and Michael Griffin, 36, known as “The Griffin Brothers,” are sharing their passion for roller skating and music on social media. The siblings’ synchronized skating videos have taken the internet by storm, with most of their clips ... Read more The post These roller-skating brothers are spreading good vibes on the internet with their nostalgic clips appeared first on Positive Outlooks.

  • This sunflower-shaped solar panels ‘blooms’ to harvest energy from the sun like a flower
    by Ana L. on July 3, 2022 at 4:25 pm

    Using solar panels is a great way to power your home while reaping its incalculable benefits. Because the energy comes from the sun, it does not produce greenhouse gas emissions, which is good for the environment. It can also help you save on power bills and give your house more appeal when you want to ... Read more The post This sunflower-shaped solar panels ‘blooms’ to harvest energy from the sun like a flower appeared first on Positive Outlooks.

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  • How to Make Sure You Start Every Day with a Smile
    by From Our Community on January 4, 2022 at 11:10 am

    Throughout the world, first-world citizens are often more sad than those in the worst poverty. But when you realize how blessed you are even to have the ability to read, or use cutting edge tech you own, that can help you have a better attitude, and wake up with a smile daily. Here are other tactics to help you be happier every day, from the moment you wake. The post How to Make Sure You Start Every Day with a Smile appeared first on Positively Positive.

  • Four Times When You Need to Do Absolutely Nothing (and… the Origin of the New Year’s Day)
    by James Altucher on January 4, 2022 at 11:05 am

    Knowing when to do nothing is the key ingredient to achieve something. I learned this by wasting at least thirty years of doing useless things. Here’s some times when I try really hard to do NOTHING. The post Four Times When You Need to Do Absolutely Nothing (and… the Origin of the New Year’s Day) appeared first on Positively Positive.

  • Develop Your Dominant Questions
    by Chris Guillebeau on January 3, 2022 at 11:10 am

    That question—How can I make this experience more magical?—is an example of a dominant question. It’s a question that guides your decision-making process. We all have dominant questions, whether we’re consciously aware of them or not. The post Develop Your Dominant Questions appeared first on Positively Positive.