How To Be Patience With Your Kids

I did not know I had any issue with being impatience until my firstborn turned 2. He was so talkative and kept asking “why…why…”, after awhile, I was ready to call in expert on how to handle all the “why..?” questions that I simply did not have an answers for. I know I am not alone in feeling this way. I have since then improved but I need to meditate and work on my patience once in awhile.

Here’s a list of 10 great tips and methods I’m trying out and experimenting with to help me become a more patient… Continue reading

Value of Stay At Home Parent For Kids

The following is excerpt from Leo Babauta’s earlier article, where he talks about having his wife decided to stay home with his six kids and how they are making it possible and how it affects them positively. I agree, I do not have 6 kids but I have 2 and it sure helps when I am home with them. That means, less money for us and other benefits sure outweighs, read more from Leo

The Value of a Parent Staying Home with Kids Why was it so important to us that Eva be able to stay home with the kids,… Continue reading

Be Happy, Don’t Worry Quotes

Drag your thoughts away from your troubles… by the ears, by the heels, or any other way you can manage it. -Mark Twain

Ask yourself this question: “Will this matter a year from now?” -Richard Carlson, writing in Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff

Let us be of good cheer, remembering that the misfortunes hardest to bear are those which will never happen. -James Russel Lowell

Don’t waste your life in doubts and fears: spend yourself on the work before you, well assured that the right performance of this hour’s duties will be the best preparation for the hours or ages… Continue reading

Things Everyone Should Own

Everyone talks about what to own and what to buy. It is all about consumerism. Here is a great post from my favorite author, Leo Babauta who talks about what to own. I thought I share it here for inspiration.

This list is definitive.

  1. Pen and notebook. For jotting down life lessons, and starting a novel.
  2. A library card. To read the Tao Te Ching, Anna Karenina, and Zen Mind Beginner’s Mind.
  3. A phone for calling friends, so you can spend time together. Email works too, and this can be done for free via the library internet computer.
  4. A set… Continue reading

Motivation Questions Answered -2

As we start off a new year 2013  with new year’s resolutions and goals, it is important to keep ourselves motivated to stay on path of our goal. Here is 2nd part of question and answers series from the motivational expert Leo Babauta from Zen Habits. To see first part read here: Motivation questions answered Part 1.

11. What is your best advice on keeping focused on the important when the distractions in our lives are constant? (via @gamesizing) Figure out what’s distracting you, and how to minimize them, or at least put them in a certain place.… Continue reading

Motivation Question Answered

This below article is excerpt from Motivational hacks expert Leo Babauta from Zen Habits, sharing his wisdom on all things motivational for daily life. This is 2 part series, to see second part of the series, click here: Motivation questions answered: part 2.

It’s that time of year — the end part — when people start thinking about their lives, their goals, their habits, and how to change everything for the better. As always, I’m here to help if I can.

Today I’ve answered 10 questions from your fellow readers, who submitted them via the Twitter. I don’t claim to… Continue reading

How To Motivate Yourself When You Are Down

20 Ways to Sustain Motivation When You’re Struggling

The important part of motivation is to keep yourself going when you don’t feel the same excitement as you did in the beginning. Perhaps something new has come into your life and your old goal isn’t as much of a priority anymore. Perhaps you skipped a day or two and now you can’t get back into it. Perhaps you screwed up and got discouraged.

If you can get yourself excited again, and keep going, you’ll get there eventually. But if you give up, you won’t. It’s your choice — accomplish the goal,… Continue reading

8 Ways to Motivate Yourself

There is only so long that you can go trying to motivate yourself to do something you don’t like to do, something you don’t want to do. But if you find ways to really want to do something, you can sustain your effort for much, much longer.

8 Ways to Motivate Yourself From the Beginning

I’ve found that it’s important to start out with the right motivation, because a good start can build momentum that you can sustain for a long time. If you start out right, you have a much better chance of succeeding. Here are some tips for… Continue reading

20 Motivation Hacks For Life

Everyone can use motivation hacks for daily living. No matter how optimistic or motivation we have, occasionally we all need help and reminder to get back in track. Here they are, in reverse order (links take you to more on each):

#20: Chart Your Progress. Recently I posted about how I created a chart to track my progress with each of my goals. This chart is not just for information purposes, for me to look back and see how I’m doing. It’s to motivate me to keep up with my goals. If I’m diligent about checking my chart every… Continue reading

Gift of Life: Motivational Moral Story

Many of us are living life without truly appreciating it. We take our loved ones, kids, girl friend, boy friend, or spouse for granted. We may feel embarrassed by our parents or crazy siblings to save face however, if we only look at the life differently, and appreciate those around us and look at both side before complaining to god or simply complaining and living un-complete life. See inspirational and motivational wisdom moral story below and take time to hug your loved ones.

Life Is A Gift

Today before you think of saying an unkind word– think of someone who… Continue reading

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