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How I Transformed my Life from Being Reactive to Proactive

The Self Improvement Blog

Being reactive can seem like the best way to take care of things in your life, after all, when things

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Six Things That Will Help You Have a Good Day

The Self Improvement Blog

Today I wanted to post an article about how to have a good day – even if it hasn’t been

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How to Buy Plane Tickets on the Same Day of Departure

Have you ever been frustrated when looking for an award ticket with your frequent flyer miles, only to be thoroughly disappointed that almost nothing is available? Chances are, you were looking during the same time period that most people do.

The traditional advice of booking “far, far in advance”—sometimes even 330 days out or whenever the airline releases seats into inventory is incomplete. This does work in some cases. Most of us, though, have absolutely no idea where and exactly when we want to fly an entire year from now. I mean, I don’t even know where I’m flying next week … and even if you’re not as bad as me, planning for specific flights a year into the future is tough.

That’s why you need different ninja skills.

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You Have to Know You’re Worthy to Attract a Healthy Relationship

Couple on the beach

“Your problem is you’re too busy holding onto your unworthiness.” ~Ram Dass

Three years ago I went through a breakup with someone I loved deeply.

I had no idea what had happened to me after I fell in love with …

The post You Have to Know You’re Worthy to Attract a Healthy Relationship appeared first on Tiny Buddha.

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“I Write To Create Something That Is Better than Myself”: Reading Karl Ove Knausgaard

Like a lot of people outside of Scandinavia, I discovered Karl Ove Knausgaard's epic, extended memoir series a few years after it was a huge bestseller in his native Norway.

So far in my reading, the six-volume, 3,600 page (!) series has covered the extremely intimate and granular experiences of childhood, burying his alcoholic father, leaving a marriage and entering a new relationship with a woman who suffers from bi-polar disorder, all in a kaleidoscope of words and paragraphs about what could be termed the joy and trauma of ordinary life.

Yep, I'm a fan.

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How to Deal with Painful Emotional Triggers in Your Relationships

Sideways portrait of couple in disappointed pose in white studio. Caucasian girl resting her head on her hand as if thinking and solving the problem, African man also looking puzzled and stressed.

A comfort zone is a beautiful place, but nothing ever grows there.” ~Unknown

I’ve been looking for a new job, so I recently decided to update my resume.

“Hun, can you please help me with that?”

“Of course, my …

The post How to Deal with Painful Emotional Triggers in Your Relationships appeared first on Tiny Buddha.

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WDS Tickets On-Sale Now: Join Us Next Summer for a Grand Adventure

Link: Join Us in Portland for WDS 2017!

For six years, we’ve brought together kind and remarkable people from all over the world for a summer gathering known as the World Domination Summit (WDS).

Next year we’re doing it again, and—though I know it sounds crazy—the team and I are just as excited (if not more!) about the upcoming adventure.

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8 Things Not to Say to Someone Who’s Struggling with Anxiety

Anxiety

“Sometimes just being there is enough.” ~Unknown

It felt like I couldn’t breathe. Like someone was holding me by the neck, against a wall, and the floor might drop beneath us at any moment.

I’m describing a panic attack, but …

The post 8 Things Not to Say to Someone Who’s Struggling with Anxiety appeared first on Tiny Buddha.

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How A Wilderness Adventurer Wrote His Way To A Location-Independent Lifestyle

Kevin Casey has wanted to explore the most remote parts of the world ever since he was a little kid watching nature documentaries. Now, as a location-independent freelance writer - that went from $0/month to $7000/month in six months - he’s able to fully fund his adventurous, nomadic lifestyle.

Since I was a boy living in California, I’ve wanted to explore the world's wildest and most isolated rivers. Now based out of Brisbane, Australia, I live that dream and my one-man copywriting business has been paying for all my overseas adventures since 2013!

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I Choose Me (and Why You Should Choose Yourself)

Strong woman -coach.

“One should always be on the trail of one’s own deepest nature.” ~Henry David Thoreau

I am watching my beautiful eighteen-year-old daughter begin to navigate life as a young adult. Dating, friends, work, school, future plans: the perennial Big Five …

The post I Choose Me (and Why You Should Choose Yourself) appeared first on Tiny Buddha.

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