You are doing so much better than you think you are.

by Dermot Mc Donough Internet and Businesses Online, Relationships, Self Improvement, Home and Family
"You are doing so much better than you think" Intro My Low Self Esteem For as long as I can remember, I have had low self-esteem. I don’t know where it came from and I am not that interested to find out as that will make no difference to me now. I was a timid child, was bullied at school and was an active alcoholic until I was 34. During that time, I did function, went to school, college, worked and even set up ...
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How important is to change your mindset to be happy?

by Luci Perry Relationships, Health and Fitness, Self Improvement
"I think anything is possible if you have the mindset and the will and desire to do it and put the time in." Roger Clemens -Growth Mindset Quotes Times have changed and thanks to the flourishing digital economy and the user-friendly technologies, we have at our fingertips many choices and the freedom to take control of our lives. But while we enjoy all this freedom of choice and we have all the right tools and training to break free from a traditional ...
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DAILY MESSAGE FROM THE PASSAGE

by Neil Meyers Arts and Entertainment, Computers and Technology, Relationships, Self Improvement, Book Reviews, Writing and Speaking
To read other mind-blowing quotes by famous 20th Century Physicists, go to:  https://digitalbloggers.com/arts-and-entertainment/quotes   For a list of more blog postings you may wish to read, go to: https://digitalbloggers.com/articles/elysiumspassage     ____________________________________________________________________________ In this new post I will feature a DAILY MESSAGE every day (or two) as time allows. Some of these quotes are already posted in NOTES FROM ELYSIUM, (ONE AND TWO) on this blog site. Some of these MESSAGES might be philosophical in nature, some scientifically orientated while others are intended to be ...
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WHICH IS IT, PLATO OR ARISTOTLE?

by Neil Meyers Arts and Entertainment, Relationships, Self Improvement, Book Reviews, Writing and Speaking
See more blog posts at: https://digitalbloggers.com/articles/elysiumspassage  THE ONE IN THE MANY AND THE MANY IN THE ONE  THE SCHOOL OF ATHENS Roman fresco by Raphael Scuola di Atene, Italian Renaisance painter   For centuries Western intellectuals... the ones who influence our precepts and cultural direction, have been divided between Plato and his student Aristotle. What do I mean by that? Take a look at their fingers. Plato has one finger pointed upwards, indicating the One in the vertical transcendence of all that is. Aristotle, however, is more ...
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Quality Family Time - 5 Ways to Spend More Time with Your Family

by Phil Panossian Relationships, Self Improvement, Home and Family, Kids and Teens
According to a study by a Californian-based destination marketing organization that was published in the New York Post, the average American family gets just 37 minutes of quality family time together each day. While time spent together as a family does increase somewhat on weekends, many families are still finding it difficult to find quality family time and get everyone on the same page at the same time – even when all immediate family members are in the same house. ...
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COMING SOON: SURREAL ADVENTURES

by Neil Meyers Arts and Entertainment, Relationships, Self Improvement, Book Reviews, Communications, Writing and Speaking
For more blog postings: https://digitalbloggers.com/articles/elysiumspassage ELYSIUM'S PASSAGE: SURREAL ADVENTURES is the second novel in the ELYSIUM'S PASSAGE novel series. The projected release date is this summer of 2019 and will be the first sequel to ELYSIUM'S PASSAGE: THE SUMMIT which was published in spring of 2018. Details of the hard copy or eBook may be viewed online at Amazon:           The plot of SURREAL ADVENTURES continues where THE SUMMIT leaves off. The narrative becomes even more intriguing with its ...
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Calling all entrepreneurs....Design and create your own life of freedom: Simplifying our lives for happiness.

by Jeff James Business, Home Based Business, Relationships, Self Improvement, Home and Family, Reference and Education
We live such busy lives in the 21st century, demands from all angles; work patterns, friends and family, children, bills, loans, holidays, DIY, education, schools, even our pets. They all add to the pressure we feel during the year. I don't know about you but these pressures seem to escalate around the summer and at Christmas. Having 2 younger children means schools add to the pressure of stressed-out parents; Concerts, parents evenings, homework deadlines. This week alone I helped my son get his Roman ...
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Shattering Our Walls in Order to Rebuild Boundaries

by Steve Martin Relationships
When discussing human relationships, the topic of how to shatter our self-protective walls that we hide behind in order to rebuild healthy boundaries that protect our individuality eventually comes up.  So what are some differences between walls and boundaries? Walls vs. Boundaries Walls confine us to an "unchangeable past;" boundaries open up the future as a result of being our unique individual self in the present. Both are a kind of protection. Walls limit positive outcomes; boundaries allow for unlimited possibilities for future hope ...
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Spend Time-Not Money

by Dermot Mc Donough Internet and Businesses Online, Relationships, Self Improvement, Home and Family, Kids and Teens
Hi there it's Dermot here again. As the title says, we as parents must take note. UNICEF has written a report about this subject, and an article in Secure Teen, explains this well: Reasons why parents spend less time with their kids "Spend Time Not Money" My article title covers two aspects of spending time vs money: 1. Spending time & not money in the context of raising your children. 2. Spending time & not money in the context that your children ARE your ...
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Holidays, Special Days, Traditions, and Their Role in Human Social Experience

by Steve Martin Relationships
So what role in human social experience do you think holidays, special days, and traditions play?  In North America we are between two significant holidays; Thanksgiving and Christmas.  New Years Day is also on the way.  First of all, let's talk about tradition in general with its pros and cons. Tradition-It's Ups and Downs In my local geographic region there is a major river that separates two counties.  Just as with many water bodies, there are many recreational activities that take place ...
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HOW CONSCIOUS ARE YOU?

by Neil Meyers Arts and Entertainment, Relationships, Self Improvement, Book Reviews, Writing and Speaking
For more blog postings click: https://digitalbloggers.com/articles/elysiumspassage  CONSCIOUSNESS: WHAT IS IT? . Where does one even begin to write on the topic of consciousness? The title of this post asks "How Conscious Are You?" Many might say you are or you aren't; either you're awake or you're asleep. Exactly! And yet how many think they are awake when in actuality they go through life in what is effectively a soul slumber. Furthermore, how address the topic of consciousness unless there is at least a rudimentary ...
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Thanksgiving: An Opportunity for Gratitude and Appreciation

by Luci Perry Relationships, News and Society, Self Improvement, Home and Family
“Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos to order, confusion to clarity. It can turn a meal into a feast, a house into a home, a stranger into a friend. Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today and creates a vision for tomorrow.”– Melody Beattie This Thursday, 22 November, our son, his lovely American wife, her family and all the US will observe Thanksgiving, ...
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Working takes up too much of my precious Life

by Sean Beaty Internet and Businesses Online, Relationships, Home and Family
Working too long hours? I definitely was and had been brought up that you needed to have a job and work hard, which for many years seemed like the only thing to do. However a year ago I started saying to myself am i really going to keep commuting to my corporate job in London for another 15years. I decided I needed to take some different action and while searching for Opportunities and Inspiration on YouTube I came across a video that ...
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Failure is better than regret

by Daniel Scherer Relationships, News and Society, Self Improvement
Better live with failure than with regrets Throughout our lives, we face choices that will determine the thread of our existence. As a child During our childhood, we are shaped by our education, whether by our parents or at school, our surroundings, society. We are told what to do, say, think. What is good and what is not. As a teenager During this period, we discover the first feelings of love, without knowing what it really means. We try to know who we are, where ...
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Mieux vivre avec un échec qu'avec des regrets

by Daniel Scherer Relationships, News and Society, Self Improvement
Mieux vaut vivre avec un échec qu'avec des regrets Tout au long de notre vie, nous sommes confrontés à des choix qui vont déterminer le fil de notre existence. L'enfance Durant notre enfance, nous sommes formattés par notre éducation, que cela soit par nos parents ou à l'école, notre entourage, la société. On nous dit ce qu'il faut faire, dire, penser. Ce qui est bien et ce qui ne l'est pas. L'adolescence Lors de l'adolescence, nous découvrons les premiers sentiments amoureux, sans savoir ce que ...
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Polyamory. What is it and how do we think about it?

by Meneka Senn Relationships, Self Improvement, Home and Family
Now that I have my online business on the side, I have much more time to do what I really love.One of those things was and still is: Writing!And of course about a bit more controversial topics. I mean, come one! Otherwise, it would be boring right?So what about: POLYAMORY?A concept that has been staring me in the face for the last 2 years,  that has walked beside me, that hides in people I meet all around the world and ...
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Embrace Uncomfortable

by Rowena Bennett Business, Relationships, Self Improvement
I got seriously uncomfortable when I decided to launch a new career - my Happiness Coaching business. I have learnt that it is this discomfort - stepping outside our comfort zone - that creates change in ourselves and our lives. If we can learn to embrace this sense of discomfort and learn from it we can achieve amazing outcomes. "Perturbation - a deviation of a system, moving object or process from its normal state or path, caused by an outside influence." ...
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How to choose good friends. Reality checks!

by Atwine Mugume Twinamatsiko Internet and Businesses Online, Relationships, Home Improvement
When I was young I was taught to be sociable, to love people, welcome people and be a contributor to the community through relationships. I was taught about people, some people are good and some are bad and most especially I was warned about the bad man. The bad man was the one who came to take me or my innocence away. We do have those up to today. It was easy to keep us at bay whenever we misbehaved because ...
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What is the best way to deal with a malignant covert narcissist?

by Shamila Khan Relationships, Self Improvement, Home and Family, Writing and Speaking
What is the best way to deal with a malignant covert narcissist? Well because they prefer quantity over quality they have no time for creativity after all the luring people in and then discord creating, and then the manipulating which requires high levels of maintenance and thus consumes a lot or all of their mental energy. So now with no mental energy they need to steal ideas from others, so they need many sources to fill that, again why they cling on ...
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A Swede thing - with an Australian touch

by Louise Eriksson Jacka Relationships, Travel and Leisure, Home and Family
A Swede thing - with an Australian touchIs your partner born in a different country than you are? My partner is. It is something I can highly recommend, if you are not in a relationship already, go and get your love of life abroad! Every day is very exciting, fun and developing. It opens up your mind to something different, you get to learn new habits and it makes you grow as a person. Challenging from time to time, but ...
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