Saturday, April 20th, 2019

Here is the list of the Inspirational Articles included in this set.

– Exploring and Connecting With Your Community
– Learn to Love Mondays
– 7 Ways That Blogging Can Heal
– As Fall Approaches Getting Ready for the Seasons Shift
– How Volunteering Enriches Your Life
– more…

Are you experiencing a lull in your life where you feel bored with your current living situation? Maybe you’re out of work and feel unsure about how to progress forward in life. If you identify with this or are just feeling unfulfilled or restless lately, consider volunteering.

No matter where you live, you have an intimate, ongoing relationship with your weather. What happens outside affects you inside your home and within you too. Consider how your life shifts as the seasons of the year phase in or out. You can take advantage of these seasonal changes to make each season special and unique in its own way.

Blogging serves many purposes. You may have a lot to say and want to share it. Or perhaps you like to lighten others’ lives with your sense of humor or educate them with your knowledge. Maybe your main aim is to make money with your blog.

Whatever your reason for starting your blog, there’s another great reason to blog as well. Blogging your thoughts, feelings, and ideas can promote healing for you and those who read your blog.

Do you start each week cranky and tired? Do you spend Sunday night lamenting about the coming morning? If you dread Mondays, there are ways to make that day of the week easier on yourself. Consider these steps to get each week off to a better start.

Changes to Make at Home

Regardless of where you live, chances are you only use a fraction of your community resources. Undoubtedly, there are adventures waiting for you just down the street!

Unless you live in a community with less than a few thousand people, you likely have access to dozens of activities and businesses in your city or town.

Living in a close relationship with your special someone is invigorating, exciting and fun. Maybe you’ve heard this described as, “when two become one.” But this isn’t the whole picture.

In reality, a healthy relationship is made up of two mentally strong people. They each lead independent lives and have the desire and ability share their lives as well.
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