If you want love, stop playing around with things that are not love.
New Year’s Resolutions
Stop making excuses for why you can’t do it and just decide you’re going to commit to it no matter what.
If you want to be the next Oprah, that’s fantastic, but simply having the goal “be Oprah” might freak you out more than it inspires you. Try making weekly goals that are realistic.
Yesterday, my free 21-day trial pass to Gold’s Gym expired. It has been a good run, but it has made me reflect on why I do not believe in gym memberships.
Don’t let the potential for what someone could think hinder or halt your progress.
Making small adjustments and habits to your lifestyle eventually lead you to the life you want.
Reinvention is occasionally necessary, and can often be for the best. The trick is in striking the right balance.
Yes, you maybe made poor life decisions. Everyone does. Forgive yourself because chances are other people already forgot.
I remember many New Year’s Eve celebrations from years past in which a part of the party was stuffing my face with as many Kit Kat bars and Cool Ranch Doritos and cupcakes as I possibly could.
Finding your soulmate is not like interviewing applicants for a door greeter job at Wal-Mart (if it were, you probably wouldn’t still be single, or reading this article).