– Eleanor Roosevelt
Sometimes, we must be sad or solemn, worried or wary, angry or aggravated. Inc reminds that fears can also keep us inside the comfort zones that lock out opportunities. Those limits could be dread of change, of loneliness, of failure. Or, worry about being judged, hurt feelings and rejection.Here are ways to fly free:
Inspiring Tips offers eight tips, including socializing with trustworthy people, helping others and loving more.
Life Hack lists twenty-five ways to enjoy life, like avoiding the news, keeping a wish list, speaking your mind and recording happy moments.
All Worthington suggests “52 Ways to be Happier, Healthier and Enjoy Life More,” such as:
6. Give Your Dream A Chance and Go For it.
33. Allow Yourself Not To Be Cool
43. Focus on How You’re Making the World A Better Place
46. Set Yourself Up for Happy Surprises. [here’s how]
Succeed and Soars “Paths to Joy” series suggests twelve avenues, including hobbies, living simply and kindness.
By the way, Roosevelt’s full quote reads,
Succeed and Soar!
Born A Crime. Trevor Noah recalls his life as “a lovable delinquent making his way through a damaged world in a dangerous time.” Caprichos Books Review
Nothing to See Here. Kevin Wilson’s novel shows a young woman learning what family means while caring for children who sometimes burst into flames. Captivated Reading Review.
Toms River. Dan Fagin shows how beautiful dyes caused high cancer rates in a Jersey Shore community. New York Times Review.
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Succeed and Soar’s “Eleanor’s Insights” series is illustrated with photographs of ‘wild places.’
This post’s featured image was taken during a camping trip with my daughters. The nest sat on a weathered picnic table.
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