9 Ways To Get Over The Winter Blues And Not Look SAD

What the winter months in the Northern Hemisphere results in, are fewer hours of daylight and cold weather turning into chilly nights. Even the most brilliant of optimistic people feel the chills and the blues. This is a natural unavoidable phenomenon.

In clinical terms, it’s defined as seasonal affective disorder or SAD. It’s an actual mood disorder where those who enjoys normal mental health, begins to experience actual depressive symptoms, this during the cold winter months. Some symptoms include sleep issues, overeating, lethargy, difficulty concentrating.

There are ways however, on how to naturally lift ones spirits, which eases the …

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The 7 Levels Of Soul Development In The Circle Of Life

This isn’t based on how old you are in human years, when or where you were born, or if you are the oldest or youngest sibling. It’s more about what stage your universal soul is currently at. A measurement, a destination where many want to reach is being an old soul, a level of transcendence.

This follows the same basic life stage, that any organism would go through during its lifespan. An organism which begins life as an infant, and then progresses itself into the various stages of youth towards an “old soul” adult, while realizing the various stages …

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Quiz: Which One Of The 4 People Types Are You?

Every individual born into this life is genetically programmed to succeed. We all have great potential in some way. Brilliant ideas, unfulfilled goals, grandiose dreams. We have infinite books that are unwritten, successful businesses yet to be started. Our potential soulmate is waiting to have coffee with us downtown.

Realize that your mind, your skills and talents isn’t a limited natural resource. So never deny yourself of your dreams. It’s your responsibility during your lifespan to reach them. Hopefully sooner than later.

First look at those closest to you. Your friends, family or spouse, and determine which one of …

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The Dawn Of A New Era For Higher Consciousness

What we all ultimately strive for, as we grow older and mature like fine wine is to hopefully achieve wealth, health, and true love. This leads to unconditional happiness in our lives. But what are we willing to sacrifice to achieve these pursuits. What’s the formula, to sacrifice when creating this peaceful serene calm of inviting this joy in our lives.

The truth is, that most often, what we need is to get out of our own way, and allow life to breath.

We’re causing our own blockage by not allowing freewill energy to flow into our lives from …

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Know The Signs That You Are A Fully Grown Mature Adult

We all know someone in our lives, who appears to be a fully grown adult complete with family, holding down a responsible job. But behind the scenes, their minds and actions remain immature. This is the “man child,” or the woman who can’t control their emotions, thus unpredictable.

So what does it mean, for adults to be considered mature.

Being a mature individual, doesn’t refer to just squeaking by making a living, being able to pay the bills on time, attempting to be a good parent or spouse.

But rather, it’s more how well they’re capable of managing their …

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How Our Primate Brain Craves For External Stimuli

What the brain does from the exact moment we wake is it battles itself from boredom. So we drink coffee to stay alert, constantly look at our smartphones for signs of life, surf pointlessly on the Internet. We’re constantly searching for any known stimulants which will entertain our mind.

The conscious brain has no particular aim. It just floats aimlessly, it’s not directed.

What it’ll continuously do is revisit previous experiences, scan for new exciting opportunities, attempt to solve problems, which kicks in the creativity juices.

These days, the boredom gaps are being filled in better from external sources, …

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How To Keep Your Aging Memory Sharp As A Tack

Most will just blame it on getting older for our memory loss, a “senior” moment, once we reach the latter years of our life, this once we begin misplacing things or forgetting to do something. This is how we’ll excuse ourselves once we happen to lose our keys, forget to shut off the iron, or wonder why we went into a certain room.

Our cognitive function regardless of who we are can go on the decline, which refers to our ability to be able to process standard information.

What begins to distort is having the ability to store and …

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6 Myths When It Comes To The Common Cold And Flu

As the colder weather sets in on the Northern hemisphere, what most will begin is to remain indoors to avoid the chilling weather. What accompanies is a shift in temperature, which increases the chances that one will catch the common cold, or god forbid the flu.

This colder weather also signals the festive season where there’s increased human contact, enjoying the holidays with friends and family.

No one wants to pass on or contract a runny or plugged nose, nagging cough, or sore throat. So what needs to be understood, are how colds and the flu occurs, starting with …

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The Need To Avoid The Drama Queens In Your Life

What we all have are these sensitive overly dramatic people in our lives, you know the ones who thrive and feed on constantly creating petty chaos wherever they go, intentional or not. Once you recognize them, what you want is to steer clear away from their theatrics.

These individuals do so to garner attention back to themselves, once they begin feeling deprived, feasting on their low self esteem.

What they’re capable of is creating instant drama on demand in everything they do, or wherever they go.

They thrive on adding fuel to the fire, stirring up conflict and controversy …

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Confessions Of An Online Digital Multitasking Workaholic

Working too much and nothing much else, these are the mundane people you see walking around everyday with bags under their eyes and a phone stuck on their ear, creating their own form of zombie. They are workaholics, which is now actually defined as a condition.

Working at ones job excessively can cause conflict as well as friction at the expense of one’s health and relationships. If left untreated, it can potentially lead towards burnout, depression and ultimately illness.

A workaholic is simply unable to disengage themselves from their work, regardless if they’re contributing or if they’re needed or …

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