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September 20, 2013

21 Habits Of Supremely Happy People

        Martin Seligman, the father of positive psychology, theorizes that while 60 percent of happiness is determined by our genetics and environment, the remaining 40 percent is up to us.     In his 2004 Ted Talk, Seligman describes three different kinds of happy lives: the pleasant life: in which you fill your life with as many pleasures as you can the life of engagement: where you find a life in your […]
July 26, 2013

8 Ways To Give Yourself Love

1. Say “I love you” more often…to yourself! 2. Take the time to explore and write down 10 things that you like about yourself. It can be anything, big or small. 3. Say “No” when you want to. Say it in a confident manner. Be firm, polite, respectful and do not be overly apologetic. This gives the signal that you are sympathetic, but will not easily change your mind if pressured. 4. Do something nice […]
July 17, 2013

Wiener Dog Races at Hastings Race Track

  This past weekend was my puppy DeeOgee’s 1st race. We attended the 2013 Wiener Dog Races at Hastings Race Track here in Vancouver. So much fun! There were 64 dogs racing in 8 different heats. It was awesome to see so many different variations of the breed. Lots of different sizes, colours and coats. I am a proud Mommy –my little guy came out of the gate first and straight for me, but stumbled […]
July 16, 2013

Emma Stone Says Confidence Makes A Person Sexy

  In her new movie Help, the actress plays Skeeter Phelan, an ambitious young writer who suffers from low self-esteem in the beginning of the film. Emma says the role made her question how she defines attractiveness. “I think at the beginning, understandably, [Skeeter] is deeply affected by her appearance and her mother’s disapproval of it,” she said. “[Skeeter] was lucky enough to have [her maid] Constantine, who reminded her that she was beautiful and […]
July 4, 2013

How to Be A Gracious Receiver

Are you a good receiver? Most of us were taught to be good givers, but not taught to be good receivers. “It is better to give than to receive.” Sound familiar? Although giving is good, receiving is also good. Besides, if all of us gave, who would receive? Someone has to do it! Receiving is an equally important part of the giving process. It keeps the giving cycle going. If all you do is give, […]

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