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7 Relationships that Will Change Your Life (2 min read)

Written By Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Ann Hall

Founder & Owner of: A Coffee with Friends

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Family & Life and Travel Writer


I have lived life in the jungles with long periods of time in isolation which has changed my life and perspective on many things but one greater than all is friendship. Some of my heroes and those I respect who have accomplished amazing things in this world, have relationships with those who believed in them, encouraged them, prayed for them, and even sacrificed to see their goal accomplished. So how do you meet “those” kind of people. The answer may not be what you think. Often in this world, we look for those who are more successful, richer than us, and more powerful because we think that will help us. But, let me share with you the kind of friendships you should have in your life to help you reach your goals, to bring happiness, to endure with you, to empower you, and encourage you when times get tough. Continue reading 7 Relationships that Will Change Your Life (2 min read)

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Why My Sister is My “Person” (2 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Staff Member: Nina Olivar

Founder & Owner of: The Little Miss Secret

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Successful Living Writer


Growing up, my sister and I were never close. It was when I entered college that we started opening up with each other. I usually share stories of what college feels like and she usually share stories of her achievements or random stuff about school. As time passes by, she became not just my sister or my best friend rather, she became my “person.” Continue reading Why My Sister is My “Person” (2 min read)

The Taste of Failure (1 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Priyal Desai

Founder & Owner of: Confusedtravellerblog

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Fashion, Food, Successful Living and Travel Writer


It was bad, like someone had hit me on my stomach after blowing a hard punch on my face. I didn’t like it, AT ALL. It all happened within seconds, but its impact had not only left me with bruises but also a bad aftertaste which was making me sick to the core. Continue reading The Taste of Failure (1 min read)

Why Traveling Makes you Awesome (2 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Masood Salman

Founder & Owner of: Masoodsalmaan

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Blogging, Fashion & Style, Food & Drink, Photography, Travel and Writing Writer


People always ask how travel has changed me. If I look back at who I was before I began traveling and compare that to who I am now, I would have to say that travel has made me a better and more well-rounded person. I’m way cooler now than I was at 25.

Continue reading Why Traveling Makes you Awesome (2 min read)

Why I Write (1 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Hira N.

Founder & Owner of: The Loudest Thoughts

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor and Successful Living Writer


I write when I break down, I write when no one else seems to listen. So I write, I put all the emotions, the heartbreak, the panic everything into words. I write because I find it hard to say it all out loud, so I write it down, I write to find a way to connect with strangers who feel the same way. I write when I fall down and write when get back up. I write when I have nothing, except I will never lose everything, people may walk out of my life and new ones may decide to come in, but I will never lose the words, the words that are mine, the words that come from my heart and the words that I decide to share with the world. I may not know who I am or what my propose in life is, but I know that if what I write affects the way a single person out there feels if my words can help them then I will write. I will write it all down every single thing I feel, everything that made me the person I am today. I will write about the good, the bad, the ugly and the embarrassing. And I may cry while I write but if that one person smiles because of what I have written then I will cry, cry for those out there who are like me. I hope that every word that you read reaches to your heart and I hope that you know, you matter and there is no one like you out there. So if you feel anything, anything at all I recommend you don’t bottle it up. Write it all down everything and do it with courage, stand tall and help change the lives of those who are like you, along with your own. With Love, -H


Article Credits: Hira N.

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor

(For Beauty, Books, Writing Bloggers & More)

Top 3 Things to Do to Start your Day Right (1 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Pamela Ang

Founder & Owner of: Wake Up and Smell the Inspiration

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Business, Entrepreneur and Successful Living Writer


How you wake up and how you sleep the night before is a big factor on how your day will begin. These three things are what are proven by science to help boost your mood, energy, and chemicals in your brain to help start your day in the right direction. As well as what I have been doing to help start my day, and relieve the stress from the night before.

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Overcoming Feelings of Guilt (1 min read)

Written By Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Travis Tuckett

Founder & Owner of: Call Me Trav

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Beauty, Food & Drink and Health & Fitness Writer


Guilt is a deep emotional experience that you have when you commit an act that goes against your own moral standards of conduct. There are varying levels of guilt that are determined by the circumstances surrounding the action that caused guilt to form. Regardless of the severity of the guilt, feeling guilty, or believing that you are guilty, is not easy to deal with. However, the first step in winning this struggle is to admit to your actions. Take responsibility whether you do it within yourself, or with someone else. Then, take some time to meditate on what you said, or did. Ask yourself: What motivated me to do this? Could I have done anything differently? Is there any way to may this situation better? How can I avoid this from happening again? Finally, think of some positive things you can do, and do them. For instance, help an elderly neighbor, give a homeless person a meal, reward a hardworking employee, call family members that you rarely speak with, or donate to a charity. It’s important to own your actions. Try to take steps to make it better, and endeavor to change your course, by doing positive things. Positivity always helps to erase negativity, but if you don’t do positive things genuinely, you will regress and fall back into to feelings of guilt.


Article Credits: Travis Tuckett

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor

(For , Inspiration, Writing, Book Bloggers & More)

Don’t Live Scared (1 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Seth Nelson

Founder & Owner of: The Art of Being Unforgettable

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Entertainment and Successful Living Writer


There is nothing on this planet that I dislike more than the lump of scared in my chest when there is a situation I can do nothing about. I don’t mean that “The bakery ran out of my favorite bagel!” scared. I’m talking about “What does my life even mean?!” kind of scared.

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Kid Talk about Bullying – Part 2 (1 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Etch H.

Founder & Owner of: Smart and Funny Talk

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor and Family & Life Writer


It is sometimes hard to explain to a 3 to 4-year-old kid about bullying especially if the conversation goes like this:

Son: Why do you think my friend A hits me and the other kids all the time whenever we play? Continue reading Kid Talk about Bullying – Part 2 (1 min read)

Why Moving from ‘Parent/Child’ to ‘Adult’ Ego States will Improve your Business (3 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Matt H.

Founder & Owner of: The Gay Stepdad

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Business, Family & Life and Successful Living Writer


Eric Berne, founder of Transactional Analysis, explained that we have 3 ego states that categorise how we behave both at home and in the workplace. We can either be a parent, an adult or a child. These ego states are  often metaphorically used to describe the varying styles of leadership that we lead or communicate with in the workplace.

Continue reading Why Moving from ‘Parent/Child’ to ‘Adult’ Ego States will Improve your Business (3 min read)