“To laugh often and much; to win the respect of intelligent people and the affection of children”… Mr. Emerson has bestowed a lot of wisdom in that quote. It is by far one of my favorites; one by which I strive to live. Indeed we can take away a lot from such a quote, but to laugh often and much will be the concentration of this post. r
Monthly Archives: October 2012
We all know we should get more exercise … but most of us don’t manage to be nearly so active as we want to be.
It’s easy to blame busy lives. If your boss expects long hours – or you run your own business, or you’re a stay-at-home parent – it can feel like there really is no time at all in your day for exercise. However busy you are, exercise is important. r
Sometimes it’s easy to go into “lazy” mode when you leave work. You might be tempted to hit the couch and turn on the TV the minute you get home. Instead, you know you should be doing useful things like reading, cleaning your garage, or grocery shopping. The following are some tips to avoid the temptation of slacking off after a long day at work. r
The beauty of childhood is that we aren’t restrained from dreaming by perceived barriers. As children, we know what we want and we say it. Then as we get older, we tend to forget our dreams. We tell ourselves, “It’s just not possible.”
Do you remember your dream as a child? r
First, let me state my definition of a toxic person- A person who complains and dumps their problems on you but doesn’t do anything to change their situation. Someone who is not supportive. Someone who makes you feel badly about yourself. Someone who shoots down your bright ideas, big goals, or bold (and risky) decisions. r