This blog will hopefully inspire you, warm your heart, make you smile and feel positive.

Live and Learn


Life sometimes feels like it’s falling apart at the seams. Perhaps you’ve lost your job, or your relationship just ended, or you failed to pass an exam and you feel defeated. No one said life was easy. While the bumps on the road may hurt, the ride is definitely worth it.

Think back to your failures and defeats, they were all for a reason and part of a grander plan. Each difficulty has led you to where you are today. Continue to move forward in faith, hope and love, knowing that each experience has taught you what you need to become who you were born to be. In the grand scheme of things, you always strive to be better and for as long as you continue to do that, happiness, success and love will come – just don’t give up. Hang in there and never stop striving to be all you can be. We all live and learn.

Excellence is never an accident. It is always the result of high intention, sincere effort, and intelligent execution; it represents the wise choice of many alternatives – choice, not chance, determines your destiny.
– Aristotle

So claim your power to choose.


6 things boys do in exam hall:

  1. Counting number of girls.
  2. Sighting the lady supervisor.
  3. Counting number of windows and doors.
  4. Checking the brand name of the pen.
  5. Feelings for wasting last night by not studying.
  6. Think to study well at least for the next exam.

6 things girls do in exam hall:

  1. Write.
  2. Write.
  3. Write.
  4. Write.
  5. Write.
  6. Write.

Tomorrow Will Be Better


Don’t make your life miserable by worrying about problems. Instead, every problem has a solution. Do what you think is right. Take risks, try new things, laugh and live as if there’s no tomorrow. Enjoy life whenever you can.

There are always bad days in life. Sometimes we’re consumed with so much pain and it’s like we couldn’t bear it. Just when you feel like you can’t go on and all you want to do is give up – fight a little longer, hold on a little more … hang on. You’ll be fine and everything is going to be okay. There are other people out there who are suffering more than us. At least we have food to eat, we have clean water, we have clothes to wear, we have a bed to sleep in. Happiness is found in enjoying the simple things of life. Be thankful and fully aware that you are doing well in life even if you don’t think so.

Tomorrow will be better. But what if it’s not? Then say it again tomorrow. Because it might be, you never know. Every day is a brand new start. At some point, tomorrow will be better.

17 Rules For Happiness

1. Stop Feeling Sorry for Yourself. By stopping feeling sorry for yourself, you can actually get on and do something about it. “Self-pity is our worst enemy and if we yield to it, we can never do anything wise in this world.” – Helen Keller

2. Be Grateful. We’ve all got amazing things in our own lives that make us smile with joy. And if we can count these blessings every day, we’ll discover a greater appreciation of the beautiful world we surround ourselves with. “If the only prayer you ever say in your entire life is thank you, it will be enough.” – Meister Eckhardt

3. Say Yes More. By saying “Yes” more to life, we go with the flow. Things become more enjoyable and positive, less stressful and anxious, and often the situation turns out for the better regardless. “I will say yes to every favor, request, suggestion and invitation. I will swear to say yes where once I would say no.” – Danny Wallace

4. Follow Your Bliss. Your bliss occurs when you’re living in the moment, and time doesn’t really matter anymore. “When you follow your bliss, doors will open where you would not have thought there would be doors; and where there wouldn’t be a door for anyone else.” – Joseph Campbell

5. Learn to Let Go. Letting go releases the negative emotion inside of you. You’ll not only enjoy much more freedom in your life – you’ll also become more emotionally stable and less stressed. “By letting it go it all gets done. The world is won by those who let it go. But when you try and try, the world is beyond the winning.” – Lao Tzu

6. Do Random Acts of Kindness. The more we give, the more we receive. Just throw a little extra kindness out to the world – and watch how you find greater happiness starting to flood back into your own life. “If you want others to be happy, practice compassion. If you want to be happy, practice compassion.” – Dalai Lama

7. Happiness Is Only Ever Now. Life is transient. The only time that truly exists ever is present. Present is the only time you can do or change anything in your life. And present is the only time you have. “Few of us ever live in the present, we are forever anticipating what is to come or remembering what has gone.” – Louis Larmor

8. Experience, Don’t Hoard. Investing in experiences rather than material goods created greater lasting happiness. By living, and truly experiencing life, we feel more whole, fulfilled and authentic. “When you’re curious, you find lots of interesting things to do.” – Walt Disney

9. Appreciate Both Sides of the Coin. When negative things happen, remember that it’s just the duality of life. Without sadness, we really can’t even understand what happiness is. “You don’t know when you’ve hit a peak until you’re coming down. And you don’t know when you’ve hit a trough until you’re climbing out. It’s all good.” – David Brent

10. Be More Social. Don’t wait for interesting people to stumble into your life. Expand your social circle as far as you can. Be the person that walks through town and bumps into a dozen friends. “Let us be grateful to people who make us happy, they are the charming gardeners who make our souls blossom.” – Marcel Proust

11. Love More. We must realize that we feel the most happy in life – when we are the one giving the love. The more we love others, the happier we became. “Love and kindness are never wasted. They always make a difference. They bless the one who receives them, and they bless you, the giver.” – Barbara De Angelis

12. Have a Dream. Dreams light up our life. So, take the opportunity to really clarify your dreams. Whatever you do, make sure you have a dream and are ready for actions. “A person starts dying when they stop dreaming.” – Brian Williams

13. Intention Sets Direction. Decide on where you’re going and how it’ll be for you – and it’ll happen. Set your general intention everyday. The brighter and more positive, the better. “Whether you think you can or you can’t, you’re right.” – Henry Ford

14. Enjoy Simple Pleasures. Appreciate the happiness, the beauty, the pleasure in the simple things around us. Enjoy simple pleasures and rituals – and you will be happy. “Simplicity is the essence of happiness.” – Cedric Bledsoe

15. Accept What Is. By accepting, welcoming, embracing what is, you clear all of your emotions. Your thoughts gain more clarity. You become happier and experience more freedom. Pointless worrying as there’s nothing you can do about it. Just shrug and smile about it, that’s life. “Happiness is a function of accepting what is.” – Werner Erhard

16. Zoom Out and Don’t Sweat. You never know what is around the corner. So, try regularly “zooming out” of your current picture, and realizing the true priorities in your life. Life is short – live it to the fullest. “If you do not raise your eyes you will think that you are the highest point.” – Antonio Porchia

17. Laugh, Dance, Smile. Surround yourself with happiness. Take time to laugh at the craziness of life. Splash out and enjoy to the max. Laugh at all of the silly problems you’ve been holding on to for so long. “A friendly look, a kindly smile, one good act, and life’s worthwhile.” – Unknown


1. Remember, you can’t please everyone

Not everyone is going to like you. Everyone on earth is living here for a different purpose. By loving yourself first, you will create a force field around other people’s opinions that will protect you from being so drained by their opinions. Also remember, you can’t change everyone. Don’t make it your mission to fix them in that moment either.  Sometimes, the best thing you can do is not try to change them but to just not feed the energy that they are projecting at you.

2. Be careful who you invite into your life

Your body, mind and direct environment is your temple. Who are you inviting in? Is it an open invitation? If you give a person a piece of bread one day, they will be asking for the loaf the next. If you let someone stay for a weekend, they will then try to stay the week. It is great to be generous but there is a fine line to work with so you are not being trampled on, thus disabling you from helping those who truly need it. Learn to say “no” and to be ok with that.

3. Stop paying attention

A parasite needs a host to survive. When you pay attention to somebody else, you are giving them energy and this decreases your energy levels. Some people will dump their energy onto you and then drive on to the next pit stop. A friendly ear can be a wonderful thing but there is, again, a line that does not need to be crossed. Perhaps you’ve found yourself being the source for a person to relay their frustrations and work, a relationship or even successful accomplishments. All of these emotions can drain you in various ways and cause you to measure your own life in ways that are not productive. Love yourself enough to tune them out, tell them to stop, or tell them you can’t handle it right now. It’s not mean of you to reject their toxic energy.

4. Breathe in nature

Go into nature, meditate, relax and breathe. Purify the water within yourself, exercise and float easy. Like a butterfly, float gently but move fast. Breathing increases the bloodflow circulation around the body and will help prevent to absorb energy from those around you. Walk with confidence, keep your head up and don’t allow anyone to make you feel inferior. A caterpillar eats everything around it and becomes fat, immobile. It must first become light in order to fly.

5. Take 100% responsibility for your thoughts and emotions

How you feel is 100% your own responsibility. The universe is sending people into your life to test you. The perception we have of ourselves is greater than the perception others have of us. You are not a victim, nobody has power over you. Consider how your thoughts or expectations may have manifested the situation that is bothering you. What if the answer lies within your level of patience, irritability, or compassion? Unless we take the time to look, we subconsciously affirm our own victimization to the world around us. Once you hold yourself accountable and responsible for the way you choose to respond to something, you connect with yourself on a deeper level.  When you are connected to yourself on a deeper level, you don’t get knocked off your center as easily.

10 Inspirational Sports Quotes


Metaphors and quotes are often a great way to motivate people because they can offer massive inspiration that resonates with us. Once you get your mind right, everything else tends to fall into place. Below are 10 inspirational sports quotes.

  1. Success isn’t given, it is earned. On the track, on the field, in the gym. With blood, sweat and the occasional tear.
  2. The road to athletic greatness is not marked by perfection, but by the ability to constantly overcome adversity and failure.
  3. Hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard.
  4. Impossible is just a big word thrown around by small men who find it easier to live in the world they’re been given than to explore the power they have to change it. Impossible is not a fact. It’s an opinion. Impossible is not a declaration. It’s a dare. Impossible is potential. Impossible is temporary.
  5. Think training’s hard? Try losing.
  6. Quit making excuses, putting it off, complaining about it, dreaming about it, whining about it, crying about it, believing you can’t, worrying if you can, waiting until you are older, skinnier, richer, braver, or all around better. Suck it up, hold on tight, say a prayer, make a plan and just do it.
  7. If it is important to you, you will find a way. If not, you’ll find an excuse.
  8. Make the next 12 months the year of you. Every athlete. Everybody. It’s time to bring your best then better it. Whatever you do, make it count.
  9. Every champion was once a contender that refused to give up.
  10. Sooner or later, you start taking yourself seriously. You know when you need a break. You know when you need a rest. You know what to get worked up about, and what to get rid of. And you know when it’s time to take care of yourself, for yourself. To do something that makes you stronger, faster, more complete. Because you know it’s never too late to have a life. And never too late to change one.

Incredible Adventures

He believes dogs aren’t meant to live out their lives in a backyard or inside a house. So he began documenting his adventures with his husky in hopes of inspiring people to get out, explore our world, and make memories with their pup. The photos are stunning!

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