New Year’s Resolution: To tolerate fools more gladly, provided this does not encourage them to take up more of my time.” – James Agate 2015

Here’s to hopin’ that we fulfill our resolutions with the same determination that we made them. Be it to graduate, travel the world, read more books, workout more often, earn money, find our soul mate, or simply to bring a smile on someone’s face by being our awesome self. 🙂

Happy New Year guys! Have a great year ahead. Cheers to 2015!!! ❤

– A

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“Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony.” –Gandhi

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“Man is least himself when he talks in his own person. Give him a mask and he will tell the truth.” – Oscar Wilde

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Summer-Avenue-Trees-1920x1080“If you would know the strength and patience, welcome to the company of trees.” – Har Borland

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“You have succeeded in life when all you really want is only what you really need.” – Vernon Howard

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“Know or listen to those who know.” – Baltasar Gracian

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“Don’t dwell in the past; do not dream of the future, concentrate your mind on the present moment.” –Buddha


New Year Advice: Let The Work Do The Talking

Hey y’all!

I know this post should have been made before 2015 started, but I was too busy adhering to this tip myself. Hence the delay. Nevertheless here is a useful advice that everyone can benefit form.

In the beginning of every year we make a ginormous “New Year Resolutions List” and immediately after doing so, we post it on various social media websites with all kinds of quotations and pictures so that others can see it and “get inspired”. However the latter never happens but you of all people, lose all the inspiration you had since your mind was tricked into being satisfied without actually achieving the goals.NewYearsResolution

According to psychologists when you inform others about what you are planning to achieve in the future, the satisfaction you get from telling others what your goal is, is mistaken by our brains as the satisfaction that we will get from actually achieving it. So it is always better to keep it a secret until you have successfully achieved your goal. Be silent and let the work speak for you. Ultimately, people will acknowledge your hard work and then you wouldn’t need to go about explaining everyone your plans. Unless, you wanna be Calvin and ignore all the jibber jabber.calvin-hobbes-new-years-resolutions-572x433_thumb

What were your new year resolutions this year? (Hint: Use the advice) 😉

P.s This is my opinion based on a study, and maybe completely different from yours.

Much Love

-A ❤

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