Category Archives for Personal Development

8 Signs of Smartphone Addiction

Are You Too Dependent on Your Smartphone?

Smartphones are certainly a great invention that saves a lot of time and keeps people connected in ways thought of only in movies and TV shows with sophisticated characters like Star Trek and James Bond. But, most people are just average people with normal jobs using smartphones for entertainment purposes.

Here are signs that it might be time to cut down on the amount of time you spend using your smartphone.

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Stop Holding Yourself Back

In many ways, our emotional lives are nothing more than a collection of stories that we tell ourselves about ourselves. Whether we paint ourselves as victim or victor, bystander or primary actor, our internal worlds are just a collection of narratives about the things that have happened to us and the way that we’ve responded to them.

We’re more likely to keep creating the same types of situations over and over again (circumstances that make us feel, say, frustrated, powerless, or stuck) just because it’s familiar.


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Mothers’ Day Photos You Can Send to Your Mom Today

Here’s a group of nice photos you can send to your mom on Mothers’ Day

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Mothers Day Graphics – For Your Social Media Sharing

This is a nice set of Mothers’ day graphics you can either send as is to your Mom or do a little customization on it before sending. Bottom line is, do not let Mom feel she is forgotten today.

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7 Ways To Reduce Chronic Inflammation That Have Nothing To Do With Diet

Kellyann Petrucci, ND, a leading naturopathic physician and nutritionist, is a weight-loss and natural anti-aging expert. This week, we’re sharing Dr. Petrucci’s expertise in a series on fighting inflammation for optimal health. To learn more, check out her new mindbodygreen course, Beat Inflammation: A 21-Day Plan For Glowing Skin, Long Term Weight Loss, and Vibrant Health.

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On Earth Day, How We Made Our Planet Better?

Every year on Earth Day, we’re supposed to reflect on all the ways we’ve made the planet worse — and pledge to be less bad next year, whether by buying a hybrid or biking to work.

Do the opposite this Earth Day: Reflect on all the ways we’ve made the planet better. Because despite all our eco-guilt, the planet has never been a better place for human beings to live.

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