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How To Make A Delicious, Spice-Filled Bloody Mary Without Mix

A Bloody Mary mix hand-picked from your garden just sounds healthier, right? …

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Treating Yourself On The Weekends Isn’t As Harmless As You Think

Just a spoonful of sugar? Not so fast. …

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Try This Slightly Wacky Activity to Find Work You Love

You’re reading Try This Slightly Wacky Activity to Find Work You Love, originally posted on Pick the Brain | Motivation and Self Improvement. If you’re enjoying this, please visit our site for more inspirational articles.

Ever felt that sudden rush? 

A vocation pops into your head: writer, politician, Ozzy Osbourne tribute act. And it’s like somebody’s flicked a switch.

You’ve finally got it. You know what you’re meant to do with your life. 

How long until you start to doubt yourself? A month? A week? Maybe even a day?

Then you’re back to feeling stuck and frustrated. 

Or maybe you’ve never even had that feeling. Perhaps you’re completely lost. And you’d give your left arm just to have an inkling, even if it turned out to be wrong. 

If any of this sounds familiar, you’re not alone. 

Finding your purpose is exhausting. 

It’s like yo-yoing between certainty and doubt, and you’re spinning with a hundred different emotions all the way up and down. 

So how can…

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8 Flea Home Remedies You Should Totally Try

If you’re a pet owner, it’s likely you’ve had to deal with fleas in the past. Or, if you haven’t, don’t count your lucky stars quite yet. It’s very possible you may face them in the future. The thing about fleas is that they reproduce amazingly fast. If you don’t take care of flea issues, […]
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Having An Active Job Isn’t Necessarily The Healthiest, Study Finds

You’d think having an active job would be good for your health, right? …

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Acceptance Is Not Passive; It’s the Path to Peace

“The price of our vitality is the sum of all of our fears.” ~David Whyte
 Acceptance by its very nature is imperfect; it’s messy and often unpleasant, while ultimately leading to a place of growth, a sense of freedom, and …
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3 Ways to Reduce Customer Acquisition Costs

Have you ever stopped to think how much it costs to get a person to buy one of your products? Then you’re in the right place. Customers come with a price tag called customer acquisition cost (CAC), and it’s one of the most important pieces of information for business owners who want to get more […]
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5 Positive Effects of Gaming on Your Mental Health

Have you ever heard of “play therapy” before? Yes, play therapy is commonly used as a therapeutic method for children aged 3 to 12 years old to aid them in developing communication and problem-solving skills. In other cases, it’s also used to help children express themselves more freely through play-based activities or processes and move […]
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Your Emotions Will Not Drown You; They Will Save You

“You weren’t built to be calm, cool, and collected all the time. If you were, it wouldn’t feel so exhausting.”~Ryan O’Connell 
There’s a lot of talk nowadays about “highly sensitive people” and “empaths.” It can be difficult for people …
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Can Yoga Actually Improve Your Mental Health? Here’s What This Study Says

Just what the doctor ordered. …

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Love Lessons from a Tree

“I think of good love as something that roots, not rots, over time, and of the hyphae that are weaving through the ground below me, reaching out through the soil in search of mergings.” …

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6 Best Goal Setting Journals to Help You Stay on Track

The challenge most people face when attempting to change their life is feeling everything needs to happen immediately. You are tired of not eating healthy, ready to start that new career, and determined to live your dream life. This tends to lead to a feeling of frustration as most transformations take time. A great tool […]Read More… …

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7 Useful Winter Gardening Tips You Need to Try This Season

Temperatures have started to drop gradually and winter is getting closer by the day. By now, the last crops have been harvested. Everything that’s left to do is to prepare your plants for winter. For that, there are various techniques and winter gardening tips you can do to protect your plants from the cold. Although […]
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Bertrand Russell on How to Heal an Ailing and Divided World

“What is needed in our very complex modern society is calm consideration, with readiness to call dogmas in question and freedom of mind to do justice to the most diverse points of view.” …

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Overcoming Challenges: A Message to my Younger Self

You’re reading Overcoming Challenges: A Message to my Younger Self, originally posted on Pick the Brain | Motivation and Self Improvement. If you’re enjoying this, please visit our site for more inspirational articles.

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When I was younger – in my teens, I thought I would never grow old. Ages like 30, 40, and 50 seemed ancient and eons away. People with careers, marriages, and children seemed to be doing boring things. I was just a rudderless youth enjoying life and going through the motions of school, home, and friends. 

Yet with every birthday, the reality of growing older was dawning on me. As I matured, the responsibilities were adding up. Maybe at 12, I was carefree, but at fourteen, I felt much more was expected of me. I started noticing other young people like me excelling in academics and sports, and I felt pressured to do the same. 

Indeed, I could see that I needed to make a…

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Researchers Find Depression Can Increase Your Risk Of Heart Disease

This is a call to action: Take care of your mental health. …

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Beginnings at the End of Love: Rebecca West’s Extraordinary Love Letter to H.G. Wells in the Wake of Heartbreak

“I am always at a loss when I meet hostility, because I can love and I can do practically nothing else.” …

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How to Deal With Employee Resistance During Agile Implementation

The modern workplace is a combination of people from different generations who have varying workplace ideals. Some people prefer to strongly believe that the traditional method is the best way to work. The younger generation, meanwhile, mostly believes in a flexible work environment that is more inclined towards ‘agile’. With vast differences in the way […]
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Can Mindfulness Meditation Really Reduce Pain and Suffering?

You’re reading Can Mindfulness Meditation Really Reduce Pain and Suffering?, originally posted on Pick the Brain | Motivation and Self Improvement. If you’re enjoying this, please visit our site for more inspirational articles.

There are many scientifically-validated claims about meditation’s myriad benefits, but can it actually reduce chronic pain?

One study demonstrated a significant decrease in chronic pain-related suffering from 10 weeks of mindfulness meditation.

Another study found that meditation improves pain tolerance by 57%.

How is this possible? To make sense of these results, it helps to know the difference between pain and suffering.

Pain vs. Suffering

Japanese writer Haruki Murakami famously wrote, “Pain is inevitable. Suffering is optional.”

Many people don’t realize the key difference between pain and suffering. While pain is the physically uncomfortable stimulus, like a pinch on the arm, suffering is our emotional reaction to that pain.

Neuroscience has shown us recently that most of our suffering is caused by our response to pain, both anticipating its continuation and…

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When It’s Hard To Be True To Yourself, Remember These 7 Things

“Sometimes when you’re in a dark place, you think you’ve been buried, but you’ve actually been planted.” ~Christine Caine
The phrase “personal growth” has always felt counterintuitive to me. Personal growth feels less like growth and more like stripping away…
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New Report Reveals A Disturbing Underbelly In The Yoga Community

Only with action can we build the path forward. …

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The Incredible Journey of Steve Jobs and How Apple Revolutionised the Tech Industry

Steven Paul Jobs, a well-known American business magnate, and successful entrepreneur, is widely renowned as an innovator of the microcomputer revolution of the 1970s and 1980s. By being kicked out of the company he helped create, he took it over again and created a unique image of a computer for the rest of us. “Your […] …

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7 Things Not to Say As A Customer Support Agent

Customer service is an integral part of any business or company. It has the power to make or break the image of an organization. Having this in mind, it is imperative to make sure that your agents are always aware of the things not to say as a customer support agent. Here’s a list to […]
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Nature’s Lessons in Gender Equality, Gender Diversity, and True Love: The Male Pregnancy of the Seahorse and the Fearless Trans Fish of the Coral Seas

What the weird, wondrous, otherworldly animals of this precious planet can teach us about being better creatures ourselves. …

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I Refuse to Inherit My Parents’ Pain and Problems

“I wonder how much of what weighs me down is not mine to carry.” ~Aditi
My dad once told me about his early experiences with my mother’s parents. He shared that he knew right from the start that there was …
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