41 Easy Ways to Be Unhappy

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Are You Happy?

One of my most favorite shows in American TV history is Fraser. Ever watch it? There is an episode where Fraser and his brother Niles are talking about life’s meaning and the question: “Are you happy?”. When Niles threw the question at Fraser’s face, he went speechless, which rarely happened to Fraser. After several minutes, he said, “Well, that’s a very complicated question!”

So is “Are you happy?” a complicated question? [Read more…]

25 Money Affirmations to Attract Wealth and Abundance

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Just a Few Obvious Questions about Money

Climbing out of poverty by your own efforts that is something on which to pride yourself but poverty itself is romanticized only by fools.” – J. K. Rowling, Author of The Harry Potter books.

Do you want to make more money? Would you like to get rich? Do you want to create wealth and abundance in your life?

If you ask Google these money questions, you will get a bajillion hits (Okay, let me be exact, 2.3 Trillion Hits!). [Read more…]

4 Steps to End Your “I Don’t Feel Like It” Syndrome Forever

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The Ambitious Mind versus the Perceived Reality

The alarm goes off at 5am. You are awakened from a state of deep sleep and rush over to the bathroom to turn off the sound. (Please tell me I’m not the only one who puts her alarm in the bathroom and not on the nightstand?) Then you stand there just stupefied, wondering why you got up again?

Dreams are still hovering about in your head, [Read more…]

In Search of Inner Peace and Bliss? Develop Your Spiritual Practice

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The Question Oprah Asks in Every Interview

Oprah Winfrey once mentioned a question she insists on asking in her interviews, a question that throws off the poor interviewee every single time. The question is this:

So tell me, what is your spiritual practice?

She described the general reaction as such: the interviewee would first stare at her, trying to come up with a polite response, searching for words, then they’d shift uncomfortably in the chair, smile awkwardly and settle on a casual but often self-justifying response. [Read more…]