“Optimism refuses to believe that the road ends without options.” – Robert H. Schuller, Don’t Throw Away Tomorrow
You don’t have to be born with a sunny disposition to look on the bright side. Here are some simple ways to start seeing the glass as half-full and the world a little more optimistically.
Just Be You – Your self-esteem will plummet if you’re constantly trying to live up to another person’s beauty or success. It’s unhealthy to place your value and self-worth in the hands of others. It’s much easier to be optimistic about your future, your goals, and your own abilities when you’re seeing yourself as you are, not how you should be compared to others. Continue Reading This Post »
Today’s Sunday Inspiration: Your actions do make a difference. Even though the world is large and crowded, you’ve been given a light that has been designed to shine through the clutter. So, follow your heart and be the one today.
Alex Blackwell is the author of Letting Go: 25 True Stories of Peace, Hope and Surrender, which includes 10 free Peace and Balance tools.
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“Doubt whom you will, but never yourself.” – Christian Nestell Bovee
Smartphones and tablets have made finding inspiration a little easier. Here are some of the top rated, coolest apps you can download for keeping inspiration right at your fingertips.
Inspirational and Motivational Quotes – by Steven Boynes
This free app through the iTunes store is designed to give you a daily quote for inspiration. The app promises to be the little push that you need or the uplifting quote at just the right moment. Developer Steven Boynes picked all of the quotes that are featured in the app, too. Continue Reading This Post »
“What a lovely surprise to finally discover how unlonely being alone can be.” – Ellen Burstyn
Aloneness does not have to mean being lonely. There are simple, wonderful things you can enjoy about your solitude.
Re-read a book from your childhood – Whether it’s an elementary-level book or a high school novel, books from our past can be impactful in adulthood. The words will strike you differently. The meaning will hit you harder. The nostalgia juxtaposed with the new-found significance will have your heart and head bursting with joy. Continue Reading This Post »