“ The best approach is to not try to write things that will go viral. No, the best approach is to write for just one person. Make an impact on just one person. Even better, make it so they can’t sleep that night unless they choose to make a difference for just one other person by sharing your message with them. The rest will take care of itself. ”
Happy Mother’s Day ;)
These moments are needed. I’ve been struggling with letting go of some negative emotions/patterns/thoughtsand shones tender tough love and care is so appreciated. Life is a bowl full of cherries. Love every bite! 💋💋💋
what looks good and what feels good are many times two totally different situations
There’s something inside you that’s hard to explain.
The amount of ideas and thoughts we go through a week is out of this world, and the process of watering certain ideas and watching them grow has been an integral part of this adventure.
In the beginning I thought I had to hurry, to rush, to push, and after enough years of it, I started to realize how much of life goes by when you are too focused.
plant a garden
let it show you the way
cheers to you all out there!
no hurry, no worry
lady! you are making me drool, so much gorgeous goddess to feast my eyes on. woman panting! so hot!
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“ If a brand is making a promise that you’re going to feel better about yourself if you buy it, they’re making a false promise. Human beings metabolize their purchases very quickly. … This is an element of what social psychologists call “the hedonic treadmill”: If you’re always looking to validate yourself and get satisfaction from buying stuff or having a bigger house, then you’re on an endless, addictive treadmill. There’s no enduring satisfaction to this. If a brand’s only purpose is to get you on that hedonic treadmill, it might be good for business in the short run, but in the long run, you’re doomed. If you look at the components of long-term well-being, it has nothing to do with material goods. Once you’re past a certain level of material well-being, people’s long-term happiness and wellbeing is about having deep personal relationships, believing in something larger than themselves, and doing something meaningful that they enjoy. ”
Dan Pink on the psychology of consumer culture and how marketers manipulate it. Pair with the science of whether money can buy you happiness. (via explore-blog)