Zen philosophy seems to foster a strong ability to roll with the punches. As interpreted by blogger Leo, from Guam, the thought system strives to strain out chaos from the hectic pace of everyday life. That he quit smoking and began a serious commitment to marathon running naturally helped to boost his calm. But applying the beliefs of Zen has accentuated his peacefulness; each of the well-regarded and cleanly written posts here endeavors to offer the same chill to readers.
Judith's Divorce Bloghttp://judithsdivorceblog.blogspot.com/
Judith's Divorce Blog comprises reflections and emotions associated with divorce, separation, and related topics, as perceived by a divorce attorney but presented from a unique angle. The posts are intermingled with press releases and campaign material issued by Resolution--an organization of lawyers who believe in a constructive, non-confrontational approach to family law matters.
Academy of Achievementhttp://www.achievement.org/
Find yourself face to face with the people who are shaping our world with a pioneering, visionary spirit. This site is a museum of living history featuring interviews and motivational stories from top leaders in America. Choose from category selections such as business, the arts, public service, sports, and science and exploration.
Prorlific Living: Smart Habits for Rich Livinghttp://www.prolificliving.com/blog/
Find fulfillment with Prolific Living. This is an uplifting blog featuring content on self improvement, yoga, and living life to the fullest. Farnoosh is a delightful writer, sure to engage and inspire readers with her passionate lifestyle.
Life Optimizer: Personal Growth and Effectivenesshttp://www.lifeoptimizer.org/
Live your life to the fullest and experience personal growth with the help of life optimizer. The site itself promotes simplicity by offering a clean easy to read platform and short to-the-point posts.
Dumb Little Man - Tips for Lifehttp://www.dumblittleman.com/
Author Jay White isn't really sure where his blog's name came from; somehow it became a germ of an idea around 2 a.m. in 2006 and it stuck. Today, Dumb Little Man boasts of having over 17 million visitors. What began as a personal blog has grown to include a number of guest posts and contributors. Whatever the recipe, his eye for great content plus his consistent guidance and attention makes the whole thing click.
Marc and Angel Hack Lifehttp://www.marcandangel.com/
Mark and Angel are "hacking life" -- they're cutting through the hard stuff and making it work. But you won't hear that much about them, because it's you who they're interested in. To say that their blog is inspiring is not using the term lightly; we think it's quite possible that their enterprise here can be a game changer, if not a life changer. Marc and Angel have come up with many life questions and truths that are original, savvy, and heartfelt. We like the fact that they have fun, too. Take their entry, "88 ways to make a stranger smile." Now why would you ever want to do that? Precisely.
Steve Pavlina's Personal Development Bloghttp://www.stevepavlina.com/blog/
Steve Pavlina is a self-taught expert on personal growth who is noted as one of the top personal development bloggers on the Internet. His blog reflects his personal goal "to care deeply, connect playfully, love intensely, and share generously; to joyfully explore, learn, grow, and prosper; and to creatively, brilliantly, and honorably serve the highest good of all."
Get More From Lifehttp://www.scotthyoung.com/blog/
A young university student is serious about getting the most out of his life. Shouldn't we all be? Whether you are stuck in the procrastination rut or simple need to get more done in less time, this is a great place to visit for some inspiration and motivation.
This site's dedicated to helping its readers avoid "information overload", manage their time well, and increase productivity. Improve your vision for your life and get the most out of it when you follow Lifehack's tips.
Annie's Social Anxiety and Bipolar Bloghttp://psychiatricillness.blogspot.com
This blog is about a woman who is living with both social anxiety and bipolar disease. This blog deals with her daily struggles and how she overcomes them and tries to live a normal life.
Writing to Survivehttp://writingtosurvive.com/
Writer and stay-at-home-mother Jennifer works through childhood issues, relieves the boredom and slow stresses of daily life, and tosses in the odd bit of short fiction in this well-written, always engrossing blog.
Nearly a Normal Eaterhttp://nearlyanormaleater.blogspot.com/
The blogger frequently updates her entries about dieting and exercise on this blog. She shares her experience and progress about health eating. There are entries that mention about her failure in dieting, and how she needed to have more self-control. The blogger also posts some recipes she created herself, such as Ethiopian Vegetable Stew.
Woulda Coulda Shouldahttp://wouldashoulda.com/
This blog is about a woman trying to overcome many obstacles in her life such as divorce, single parenting, and finding a job. She thinks about many decisions that she has made along the way while she is still trying to figure things out.
Fly Lady helps individuals declutter, organize, set a schedule, get their homes in order, and love life to the fullest! She encourages her readers to jump in where they are and take baby-steps to succeed. Her advice is not overwhelming, but very doable. So go shine that sink!