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4 Simple Ways to Jumpstart Your Creativity

Posted By seline101 5 days ago on Self Improvement

http://thedreamcatch.com - “Creativity is intelligence having fun.” – Albert Einstein  The Muse is not an easy woman to woo. After all, she is a goddess. According to Greek mythology, the Muse is the daughter of Zeus, who bestowed on her the power to inspire those she deems worthy of her magical touch. Anyone who is in search... Read More »The post 4 Simple Ways to Jumpstart Your Creativity appeared first on The Dream Catcher.

How to Deal with Haters Without Giving Away Your Power

Posted By seline101 12 days ago on Self Improvement

http://thedreamcatch.com - “I don’t have time, energy, or interest in hating the haters; I’m too busy loving the lovers.” – Steve Maraboli Hater: A person that simply cannot be happy for another person’s success. So rather than be happy they make a point of exposing a flaw in that person. – Urban Dictionary Haters have existed long... Read More »The post How to Deal with Haters Without Giving Away Your Power appeared first on The Dream Catcher.

What to Do When You Don’t Get What You Want

Posted By seline101 19 days ago on Self Improvement

http://thedreamcatch.com - “Rejection is just protection and redirection.” Let’s get one thing straight: there’s nothing cool about not getting what you want. It’s disappointing, frustrating, and sometimes heart-wrenching. Whether it’s a lost promotion you tirelessly worked toward, your dream partner who chose somebody else, or a missed opportunity to travel with friends, it will always be hard... Read More »The post What to Do When You Don’t Get What You Want appeared first on The Dream Catcher.

Why Our World Still Needs Idealism

Posted By seline101 26 days ago on Self Improvement

http://thedreamcatch.com - “Let us reach for the world that ought to be.” – Barack Obama It’s hard to be an idealist in this world.  There’s always something tragic happening. Just turn on the news, and you’ll see a flood of headlines about the latest shooting, natural disaster, political scandal, or crime. Each headline adds a layer of... Read More »The post Why Our World Still Needs Idealism appeared first on The Dream Catcher.

If You Fail to Plan, You Plan to Fail. Here’s Why.

Posted By seline101 33 days ago on Self Improvement

http://thedreamcatch.com - “Success is the residue of planning.” – Benjamin Franklin The word ‘planning’ makes a lot of people cringe. It reminds them of school timetables, work deadlines, and mundane routines. Planning, in other words, saps the fun out of life. The la dolce vita way of living is so much better. It’s spontaneous, carefree, and liberating.... Read More »The post If You Fail to Plan, You Plan to Fail. Here’s Why. appeared first on The Dream Catcher.

What We See in Others is a Reflection of Ourselves

Posted By seline101 40 days ago on Self Improvement

http://thedreamcatch.com - “The outer world, and everyone in it, is just a mirror of our inner world.”- Dan Brule Have you ever noticed what dogs do when they look into a mirror? They bark, growl, and run around. They do this because they believe that what they see in the mirror is another dog and not their... Read More »The post What We See in Others is a Reflection of Ourselves appeared first on The Dream Catcher.

15 Productivity Tips for Getting Your Most Meaningful Work Done

Posted By fastertomaster 40 days ago on Self Improvement

https://www.dailynewyears.com - I can’t say I’ve tried every technique under the sun, but I do want to share the 15 productivity tips I regularly use to get my most meaningful work done. I’ve tried dozens of different things, but these are the ones that work best for me.

5 Signs That You’re Too Hard on Yourself

Posted By seline101 47 days ago on Self Improvement

http://thedreamcatch.com - “Strive for progress. Not perfection.” “Always do your best.”  This is one of the most common phrases you’re likely to hear growing up. I regularly heard it from my family and my teachers. Although I understood what they meant, I had no idea what ‘doing my best’ looked or felt like. Like most people, I... Read More »The post 5 Signs That You’re Too Hard on Yourself appeared first on The Dream Catcher.

What Should I Do With My Life?

Posted By fastertomaster 49 days ago on Self Improvement

https://conscioused.org - The best advice I’ve ever gotten in my life is to follow my heart. I think of it like, there’s a guiding compass inside of me, that always knows which direction to go. An inner voice that knows what’s right. I just need to tune into it and trust it.

How to Stay One Step Ahead With Everyday Life

Posted By harleenas 51 days ago on Self Improvement

https://www.aha-now.com - Are you happy in life? Good life management and work-life balance help you to stay one step ahead with everyday life affairs. If you're in Australia or elsewhere, read these tips to stay on top and be happy in life.

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Immortal Romance

Posted By rbaxter80 54 days ago on Self Improvement

https://therelationshipblogger.com - Are you a fan of things that go bump in the night? How about vampire novels? Well if the answer is a resounding yes then you’re in luck! Immortal Romance is a tale surrounding two vampires a witch and a mortal. Are you brave enough to walk amongst them to claim your riches? We will …

Don’t Judge a Book By Its Cover. Here’s Why.

Posted By seline101 54 days ago on Self Improvement

http://thedreamcatch.com - “Don’t judge my story based on the chapter you walked in on.” Buying a book off the shelf is a sensuous experience for book lovers like me. Our eyes glide across the shelves of colorful titles. The whiff of freshly printed books lulls us into intellectual bliss. The feel of each book that we pull... Read More »The post Don’t Judge a Book By Its Cover. Here’s Why. appeared first on The Dream Catcher.

Why Having a Son (or Daughter) Will Change You on a Fundamental Level

Posted By rbaxter80 54 days ago on Self Improvement

https://therelationshipblogger.com - About fifteen years ago now, I remember visiting my friend for the first time after I moved back to Scotland from England. I had moved back to Scotland to get better. I had gone through so much trauma where I lived and the best thing to do for myself was to pack my bags and …