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Living by Design Blog Carnival No.24

613529848_3e5ef8f56c_m.jpgWelcome to the latest edition of the Living by Design personal development blog carnival. Here's my pick for this edition - thank you to everyone who contributed.

 
First up is new contributer Maria Gajewski, an excellent writer with a very thought provoking blog:

Maria Gajewski presents How to Cross the Gap From Knowing to Doing posted at Never the Same River Twice, saying, "Do you have a bad case of self improvement inertia? Learn how to overcome your resistance to change and get moving!"

David B. Bohl presents How to Live with Gusto posted at Slow Down Fast Today!, saying, "here is an ancient Hebrew teaching that upon our death, not only will we be called upon to account for our sins, but also for every permissible pleasure we refused. Mind you, this isn’t permission to act irresponsibly or immoderately."

Joel Chue presents Healing Power of the Mind - The Best Medicine posted at Mind Power: Unlock The Subconscious Mind Power Secrets.

Linda W. presents Recognizing Verbal Abuse in Relationships posted at The Eclectic Female, saying, "Words can hurt, and it is important to recognize when verbal abuse occurs."

Gia Combs-Ramirez presents 3 Steps to Get Past Inner Blocks posted at The Science of Energy Healing, saying, "Everyone hits blocks in their life, when the creative flow stops or even reverses. Whether you're a writer, artist or entrepreneur the flow of creativity is vitally important. Here are three steps to get you back into the flow, if you find yourself in such a situation."

Aaron M. Potts presents 5 Not so Q.U.I.E.T. Methods of Personal Growth and Development posted at Today is that Day. There are many who believe that in order to achieve success, we must follow the successful examples of the people who have come before us. Although that idea has merit, and on some levels can be a part of your achievements, the problem with that mentality is that not everyone is the same...

Alex Blackwell presents Seven Practical Personal Development Strategies posted at The Next 45 Years. To keep moving forward in life, we need to have solid footing underneath us. The goal to create the life we want takes a measure of risk and it does take courage. Sometimes building a solid foundation when we make the decision to walk away from our comfort zones gives us the firm footing we need to go forward – to explore and to live what’s next in our lives. The following seven strategies provide a blueprint for creating this foundation...

LifeBalanced presents I'm Unbalanced! posted at Life Balanced, saying, "This article provides valuable tips for balancing your life when you've stretched yourself too thin."

And last, but by no means least, is Mike King's highly useful Guide to Mastering your State of Mind posted at Learn This, Mike says: "your state of mind affects everything you do in life, either directly or indirectly. Your state of mind has a direct impact on many actions within the body and these are highly tied to your emotions, or how you feel. So if you are willing to learn to control those things that affect your state of mind, then you can have whatever state of mind you like which ultimately leads you to feeling however you like!"

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Reader Comments (2)

Thanks for including me in the Carnival, Ananga. I'll be sure to give it a Stumble and Digg.

It's my pleasure Maria - thanks for your contribution.

May 13, 2008 | Registered CommenterAnanga

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