Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor and Successful Living Writer
From the day we are born, the day our mother holds us in her arms for the first time, the day we cry, laugh or sob for the first time, to the day when we have wrinkles on our faces and can hardly move our legs, we are never alone. This life, it gives us a lot but also takes a lot from us, whether it’s in the form of death, failure, hate or love, we all lose something either big or small it hurts but we learn to live and life goes on. But something that no force in the world can ever take away from us is the memories, those that we share with our loved ones, we can never loose or forget the moments in our lives that build up to the person we are today. And the feelings like the cold air on that December night you roamed the city in a rusty old car with the speakers blowing up, or the taste of your favorite ice cream melting in your mouth. You will never forget the places you went the books you read and the people you met. Life can often kick you around and make you its bitch but you’ve gotta hold on, and if not for you do it for the ones that make you smile, the ones who will do anything and everything to be by your side, the people who are waiting for you to stand tall and not give up, don’t let them down, never forget the memories, the feelings, the butterflies in your stomach on your first date and the bone crushing, heart warming hugs your best friend gave you after the holidays. These are the things that will matter the most in the end, so if you give up now, you’ll never know how amazing looking back really is and how much these little things can actually mean. -H
Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Beauty and Lifestyle Writer
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Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Family & Life and Stories Writer
My feet are on solid ground.
We traveled through a city of lost people.
Cold steel, glass prisons, weapons of cement.
You tell me that you don’t understand how people can live this way.
You are not of this world. And because of you, neither am I.
We hardly talk about things at home growing up in my childhood. I don’t remember any conversation except for some daily chores that needs to be done every now and then. I was probably looking for a way to express myself when I bump into an old empty notebook and a pen. I write about the infatuation I had on a male classmate at the age of 9. Those were the thing I cannot tell my mom since I came from a traditional, old fashioned family and besides I was very young then to talk about those things. I write them anyway hoping my mom would never knew. I keep it away from her and realize later that there’s no place at home where mom would never see.
Early in your career, your self-worth is frequently tied to individual accomplishments. You make your mark by being a doer and by delivering results. There are outputs you can point to with pride, and you’re able to leave at the end of the day feeling a sense of accomplishment. If you’re not already a true leader, below are six strategies that you can learn from people who have already made the transition from a doer to a true leader.
Millionaire’s Digest Staff Team, Author, Successful Living Writer
“There were two ways to be happy: Improve your reality or lower your expectations.” – Jodi Picoult
Many people are so unhappy because their perception of Happiness is that it is something big. It is so big that they need to really work hard for it in order to achieve it. For instance, they believe that they will be happy if they get promoted on their jobs, if they will have more money, if they become more famous or successful, etc.
Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Successful Living Writer
Toiling with the earth and fighting a year-long battle against nature, farmers hope for high yields from the perfect crop. Even though the farmer knows that nature will always win (for she has an arsenal at her disposal), the farmer seeks to control that which cannot be contained. Untameable, nature arbitrarily sends drought, flood, ice, and weeds. One such challenge is the feral stinging nettle plant.