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Starting a meditation practice
To start a meditation practice you need to find an internal need or emotional pull to get you on the meditation mat. Whether that is to decrease stress, manifest a calmer life, or to learn a new skill it's important to set an intention that is ideal for you. Meditation starts with the intention of allocating time that is undisturbed by others.
10 Powerful Tips for Attention and Focus
Every day we use our focus and a spotlight to finish different tasks associated with our work, independent study, or housework. But there are some periods in our life where we discover listening to what we've to try to do, a really difficult mission.
Seed Cycling 101
If you’ve never tried seed cycling before, this is the time to try it – and if you’ve never heard of it, you’re in the right place!
Top Tips to Keep your Immune System in Check this Fall
As we slowly move back into fall, some worries occupy our minds. Kids are going back to school, daily schedules are changing, and the awful flu season is creeping in. With both COVID-19 at its worst moment since the start of the pandemic and the annual flu season combined, a majority of what the next few months will bring for us is unknown. While vaccines are not 100% dependable or available for everyone, we still need to do everything we can to keep us (and those around us) as healthy as possible. Thus, maintaining any actions relating to health can be quite beneficial because let's face it, no one likes being sick. So here are a few ways we can stay healthy without having to disrupt our day.
Why to Catch TC Early – and it’s not to save your life, but your precious time
Testicular Cancer is known to many as “the young man's cancer.” It can strike in the midst of some of the most carefree times of life. Take a minute and think about the day-to-day stressors you faced during your high school years. I’m willing to bet that cancer, or dying from an illness, was not likely on the top of the list.
7 Tips for a Faster Recovery
Whether you’ve experienced a common injury or an acute injury, it’s unsettling to not be at your best for any duration. That’s why patients are so eager to learn and implement strategies for a faster recovery from their symptoms.
How to Sharpen Your Dimensional Mind?
Failing to consider second and third-order consequences is the cause of a lot of painfully bad decisions and it is especially deadly when the first inferior option confirms your own biases. - RAY DALIO
What is the nature of social change?
I was pretty active until my knee injury sidelined me for my junior and senior years of high school. Before the injury I played seasonal sports (touch/flag football in fall, basketball in winter.
A Survivor's Guide to Quitting Juul
I was fourteen when I bought my first pack of cigarettes. It was 2009 and I biked from my childhood home to the boardwalk in Venice, California. At the time, beachside merchants didn’t ask questions when kids came in to buy packs of Marlboro Lights or cans of Four Loco. As long as you had cash and no cops were in sight, no questions were asked.
The Things They Never Tell You
If I had to pick the hardest thing about working in Aged and Disability Care, I would be torn between two options. First: That it is impossible not to get at least slightly attached to the people you look after.
7 Important Tips for Yoga Success
Many who think of strength training equipment think of the massive muscles that many bodybuilders get and consequently show off in competitions. This can be a plus or a drawback for many consumers. The average consumer likes to be able to say feel good about themselves when they go swimming, but many are concerned about building too much muscle and suffering from stereotypical viewpoints. This needn’t be a worry for anyone considering strength training equipment.
John Spencer Ellis' Digital Nomad Lifestyle will Revolutionize Your Life If You Want to Escape from the Rat Race
John Spencer Ellis is a renowned entrepreneur, coach, and mentor who has been a successful business consultant for many years. He realized he was not living the life he wanted. John decided to give up two large homes and two sports cars and 70% of his monthly costs and live a life of nomadism. He now practices what he calls 'practical minimalism'. He has replaced large mortgages with travel, experiences, and lots of hiking. John has a blog and offers a complete training program for anyone who wants to make the same life changes as him. He is open to all, regardless of background or life circumstances: single, married, or divorced. "It is not a good idea to live in a place where you are unhappy. You don't have to work where your dreams are not realized. Your talents, skills, training, experience, and passions are unique. It will all become clear if you just take a moment to think about it. This is the moment to live your dreams and not look back in disappointment if you didn't. You are the youngest person you will ever be today, so get started now. John Spencer Ellis says, "I would like to help." Martin Management Group LLC provides practical steps to help nomads travel around the globe. John's training helps people who are looking to travel and work online.