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What do Cameron Diaz, Oprah, Howard Stern and Lindsay Lohan all have in common? They are all celebrities who meditate as a way of combating stress. With hundreds of studies verifying the positive effects of meditation, it’s no surprise people everywhere are starting to meditate. Show More Summary
In The Happiness Project, I write about one of my favorite resolutions — to celebrate minor holidays — and Elizabeth and I have also talked about this a few times on the Happier podcast. I’ve been gratified to hear that many people also have fun celebrating these little, colorful-yet-not-much-work occasions. Show More Summary
Never underestimate the importance of removing stuff you don’t need. Encouragement provides us with motivation to persevere. It invites us to dream dreams of significance for our lives. And it begs us to work diligently with optimism and promise. Overcoming the pull of consumerism is a difficult challenge regardless of our stage in life. Simplicity requires […]
“Meet people from other cultures so you understand that the world doesn’t swirl around you” – Christian Louboutin When Homo sapiens first appeared on Earth some 200,000 years ago, there were little physical differences amongst the clans that lived in the African subcontinent. Show More Summary
Interview: John Freeman Gill. I’ve been friends with briliant writer John Gill since the first months of our freshman year at Yale — the days are long, but the years are short! He’s been a New York Times contributor for many years, and writes for many other publications as well. Show More Summary
I have a beautiful friend. She is the single-parent of two equally beautiful daughters. Her husband left when the second was born with special needs. Coincedentally, my neighbor is a single father of two. His wife left him, choosing a life of drugs over a life of responsibility. My guess is you will never hear […]
It’s time for the next installment of Happier with Gretchen Rubin. Update: This is the month of #trypod, when we’re all trying to help people discover new great podcasts. And our current producer Kristen Meinzer and our former producer...Show More Summary
Melanie Bell will break through Old ways of thought you outgrew. So if you’re under fifty You’ll sure find this nifty: A take that is modern and new! Melanie Bell gives a modern introduction to the Enneagram, based on her book The Modern Enneagram with co-author Kacie Berghoef. What is the Enneagram? A thumbnail sketch […]
As I may have mentioned once or twice, I’ve become obsessed with the subject of color — and I’m also a big fan of coloring. So I was thrilled to get the chance to design my own coloring book, which goes on sale today: The Happiness Project...Show More Summary
I’m a huge fan of children’s and young-adult literature. I’m in three book groups where we discuss children’s and YA literature. I read those books all the time — and I also re-read my favorites, over and over. One of my very favorite scenes in children’s literature — and maybe all literature — is in C. Show More Summary
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One of the hardest tradeoffs for people to make is between what they desire to do in the short-term versus what they want for themselves in the long-term.
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Motivational speaker Jim Rohn famously said we are the average of the five people we spend the most time with. One significant reason this happens is because of their example and model. As we recognize their positive aspects, we seek to emulate those characteristics in our own lives. Another reason is because of the conversations we have and […]
“All that I hope to say in books, all that I ever hope to say, is that I love the world.” –E. B. White He wrote this to a reader of his masterpiece of children’s literature, Charlotte’s Web. If you were to fill in the blank, “All that I ever hope to say is that I _____,” how would you answer? Ah, Charlotte’s Web. Show More Summary
Are you keeping up? Because the pace of modern life is frantic. And it’s all too easy to fall behind with commitments and responsibilities: Work Kids House cleaning and maintenance Bills Social engagements There’s an endless list of expectations and tasks on your already tyrannical to-do list. Show More Summary
“Words are powerful. Words change lives. Words and ideas change the world” – Bryant H. Mcgill As an avid writer and reader, I find words to be a beautiful thing. I perceive every word to be like a unique shade of color, which can be used to paint all kinds of images on the rich... Read More » The post Why Your Words Matter appeared first on The Dream Catcher.
To better accomplish our aim, Let’s play a curious game. Take heed and take notes, Then send in your votes, To give this podcast a new name! We’ve been learning about inclusive language, why it’s important, and why we need to rename our podcast. But we don’t know what to rename it to, so we […]