Monthly Archives: June 2012

The Secret Life of a Clothing Shopaholic

The Secret Life of a Clothing ShopaholicYes, I am a recovering clothing shopaholic. Perhaps you think clothing shopaholics are just women who can’t control their urge to spend money on clothes. But that really isn’t what the addiction is all about. There is a big misconception about clothes shopping addiction. So I am going to let you in on the truth about it and tell you all about the secret fantasy life of the women who have it Continue reading

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How to Build the Self-Confidence Needed to Finish Your College …

Self-confidence. It’s the stuff that helps people banish negativity and feel pretty good about their life and abilities. Self-confident people are thought to be better at trying new things, rebounding from disappointment, and overcoming obstacles. They’re also more successful at handling stress, relating to others and achieving their goals.Self-confidence, or how you see yourself, affects every aspect of life, from physical fitness and mental health, to work and finances, to social interactions and education.Although self-confidence is initially developed in childhood, building self-confidence on your own at any age is possible. And, believe it or not, finishing your college degree is the perfect example of how you can do it Continue reading

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Monster High- building self-esteem through new online activity …

As a mom to a 6 year-old girl, I know the importance of encouraging her strengths and uniqueness. In our society, being different isn’t celebrated enough. I knew when M was a toddler, she had very different tastes (Not just food- but the girl gravitated to some weird things. Skulls at 2 anyone?) and views. I was/am so worried that society would influence her to go more towards the “norm”, that I make sure that she was encouraged to be, act, feel and think however she wants to Continue reading

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Self Confidence and Egotism | HighlandsAcademy.org

Self Confidence and EgotismJun 15 2012 Believe in yourself, but do not tell the world what you can do — show it! You should be cautioned, however, to learn the difference between Self-confidence, which is based upon sound knowledge of what you know and what you can do, and egotism, which is only based upon what you wish you knew or could do. Learn the difference between these two terms or you will make yourself boresome, ridiculous and annoying to people of culture and understanding. Self-confidence is something which should never be proclaimed or announced except through intelligent performance of constructive deeds.If you have Self-confidence those around you will discover this fact. Let them make the discovery. Continue reading

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Do Anywhere Exercises

Do Anywhere ExercisesPosted onJune 29, 2012byjrs4245We all have hectic daily routines. In the morning we need to get ready for work, get the kids ready for school, making sure your socks aren’t floating in the dog’s water bowl. Then you have a busy day at work. Continue reading

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Self-Confidence by Napoleon Hill | HighlandsAcademy.org

Know what you want, when you want it, why you want it, and how you intend to get it. — Napoleon Hill, The First Law of Success In The First Law of Success, Napoleon Hill insists that you must begin your new life of success by choosing “A Definite Chief Aim.” Before you begin to study the Second Law of Success, you may want to make a first pass at writing out your chief aim in life. At first, your aim may need some work. Mine began as “to develop and promote a philosophy of life based on the American values of hard work, self-reliance, and independence.” My aim has not changed all that much, but I have added to it the importance of building the communities in which we live.My chief aim misses out much of what is important to me in the American experience: our enthusiasm for new ideas, our courage in the face of adversity, our devotion to family, and our drive to make the world a better place. America is a diverse community that balances progress with conservation and mass produced goods with those produced by hand Continue reading

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How Team Sports Aid Development

How Team Sports Aid Development On June 29, 2012Participation in childhood sports can be a very rewarding experience for many children, and can lead to a lifetime of enjoyment. No matter the type of sport, playing on a team can benefit a child in a fundamental way through building self-confidence and promoting mental, physical and social wellbeing. Some of the characteristics that children develop and the lessons they learn through playing team sports will not only help them become good athletes, but will also benefit them in their everyday life.Physical BenefitsTeam sports encourage cardiovascular activity, and therefore offer a great way for young people to keep fit and stay active. Continue reading

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Meli Smith posted a blog post

MAD Hatter is a fictional character from the Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.He is often referred to as the Mad Hatter, though this term was never used by Carroll.Although the name “Mad Hatter” was clearly done and inspired by the phrase “as mad as a hatter”,there is some uncertainty as to the origins of this phrase.It was not unusual then for hatters to appear disturbed or confused.However,the Hatter does not exhibit the symptoms of mercury poisoning, which include “excessive timidity,diffidence,increasing shyness, loss of self-confidence,anxiety and a desire to remain unobserved and unobtrusive.He and the March Hare are initially referred to as “both mad” by the Cheshire Cat, and both first appear in the seventh chapter of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.So we are here to share you the Custom Nike Mad Hatter.By the great performance in the Alice In The Wonderland,Yoakustoms took inspirations from Mad Hatter to release this excellent Yoakustoms Shoes.Yoakustoms’s interpretation is presented as a sleazy and conniving pimp.Yoakustoms always design a series of great snkeakers for the kicks fans.And his inspirations are from the game,stories,TV and so on,which are common but classic.Many people usually know about the meaning of the inspirations,do you think so?This Nike Dunk High is made up of the patent leather with a blue upper.Of course,this shoes also comes in other colorways,such as red,white and black coloryways.These colorways combinations is simple but cool.We could find the Mad Hatter image drew on the ankle,which looks very funny.There are the Rabbit designed on the back heel.On the insole,you could see the Rabbit image.So if you are interested in the Mad Hatter or Rabbit,you could consider to get one like it.So are you agree with us? Continue reading

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Developing Self Esteem in Youngsters Suggestions | Holomek PRweb

Developing Self Esteem in Youngsters SuggestionsPosted on29.6.2012byamax6164At every stage of a kid’s life they may possibly uncover it difficult to create and maintain a good level of self-esteem. As soon as they attain their pre-teenager and teenage years, peer strain is large and the issues of university work and understanding new skills can have an impact on self-esteem levels. A kid’s self-esteem can constantly use a improve, big or small, so below are some tips to help you support your little one build healthful self-esteem. Accentuate the Constructive Celebrate and understand what a little one does appropriate. Continue reading

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Tribal students describe meaning of leadership | The Seminole …

Eight Tribal students will attend the 2012 National High School Leadership Conference at Columbia University in New York from July 17-21. The program focuses on enhancing the necessary life skills students need to be successful and effective leaders in college and beyond. The goal of the conference is to enhance leadership skills through personal development and self-discovery while building self-confidence and preparing for the necessary nonacademic skills for college. To qualify, the students needed a 3.0 GPA or higher and needed to compose the following essays describing what leadership meant to them.Marissa OsceolaLeadership is not just another title; it’s someone with a purpose, which wants to be the guiding light for others in the dark. For those who cannot just walk, but needs someone with the knowledge or ability to walk that path, and who will walk with them. Continue reading

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