Monday, April 14, 2008

The Art Of Deliberate Creation

The Art Of Deliberate Creation

I believe you’re responsible for having that scrape on your car, or the bird poop landing on your shoulder. I believe that the reason your bank account is so low is because of you. Stop blaming your mother, your father, your aunty, your uncle, your circumstances, your boss, your friend, your missed opportunity, your disability and all of your other problems for your misfortune.

All of that stuff is called ‘so what’ and does not serve you. First, understand that you’ve created it all. Look around you and see what’s good and what’s bad. Realize that the scrape on your car door wasn’t caused by your visualizing yet it was caused by your worrying towards someone damaging your property or your feelings towards people who do hit and runs. Start finding the correlation between everything whether it be good or bad. Notice that you’ve created it and start to take responsibility.

How to really enjoy chocolate

Chocolate isn’t a Food, but an Experience. Few words evoke the emotional enthusiasm people feel toward chocolate. It has a treasured place in our personal collection of memories - the Easter baskets, the birthday treats, the candy displays at Christmas, the heart that told you someone loves you.

So a great-testing piece of chocolate inevitably makes us happy inside. Of course, it doesn’t hurt that chocolate contains phenylethylamine (PEA), a natural substance that’s reputed to stimulate the same reaction in the body as falling in love. That’s why, even at times when we’re feeling down, anything chocolate feels so comforting.

Working Out At All Ages

In the late teens and twenties the focus is mainly on looking fabulous at any cost instead of being healthy. This misguided view generally leads to drastic dieting instead of a balanced diet and exercise routine. For those individuals who are looking improve their overall fitness it is recommended that one hour of exercise six days a week in the ultimate goal. These sessions should focus on cardio with at least three thirty minute sessions of resistance training incorporated in. This then means that on three of the days you will do a half hour of cardio and half on hour of weight training or resistance training of some kind.

Find activities that you enjoy, doing cardio does not mean that you have to run on a tread mill or spend your time on a stair climber. It is much more beneficial to your body to mix things up, play tennis, swim some laps, play hockey or soccer, go skating or skiing. There are a lot of activities that are considered cardio so there is no need to get bored the goal is to have fun while pursuing a healthy life style.

Teen Hair Loss - Mom, I’m Losing My Hair!

So let us talk about our crowning glory: the hair. It is composed of keratin which is a type of protein in our body. The hair is made up of a hair shaft, the root and the follicle. At the deeper end is the hair bulb, where the hair’s color pigment- melanin is produced.

Statistics tell us that baldness strikes 40% of men by their thirties. And more than 65% of them will have the “monk” type of haircut or the typical set where the hair is only at the back of the head and around the temples and bald on top – by age 75. It is a known fact that baldness strikes so much fear in men because this is a sign that the aging process is already starting. Age, as we know is something we hate but yet can not do something about its coming.

However when you are losing your hair during your adolescence phase, it can be more stressful. Why does it have to happen during a time when appearance is all that matters? It can be devastating to self-esteem and confidence too.

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