Why is that that when we fall in love we tend to act the fool? (If you’ve been there then you know exactly what we’re talking about.) Science says it has very little to do with your heart and almost everything to do with your brain.
I am a very angry person. I find that in my daily activities I experience a chronic anger towards the world. Even when I am at peace and content it only takes a small inconvenience or frustration to send me spiraling down into hours of anger.
Creating powerful, loving relationships often translates to a richer, fuller life. Tapping into what makes people special can strengthen your existing relationships and make it easier to create new ones.
Altering your inner dialogue can have a tremendous impact on your professional, dating and personal life. Being your own cheerleader is easier than you think, and will take you places you never thought you’d go.
The truth is, it’s not how many candles are on the cake that makes us feel old. It’s in our approach to life and our passion (or lack thereof) for living that affects whether we feel vibrantly alive or prematurely Medicare-eligible. And so in an effort to fully embrace our savvy single lives in 2008, here are the top five tips for staying young at heart.
It’s not always easy to remain a “glass-half-full” kind of person during the winter months. The days get shorter and darker, the weather gets colder, and by necessity most of us have to spend a lot more time inside.But you don’t have to fall prey to the Winter Blues. In fact, you can look at this time of year as an opportunity…