Daniella Whyte

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7 Ways Good People Destroy Their Love Lives (365 Days of Spirited Living — DAY 332)

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“The meeting of two personalities is like the contact of two chemical substances: if there is any reaction, both are transformed.”
— Carl Jung

Most of us don’t get the love we could have and even deserve because we do things to completely destroy how we get it. In a sense, we sabotage our own love lives by building walls instead of bridges, expecting too much, and not being willing to grow. Assumptions and expectations are a large part of what causes many relationships not to work; but it is also the things we consciously do such as being bitter, dishonesty, no communication, and pushing for the other person to be perfect that completely ruins it for us. Read more…

Stop Sitting on Your Attitude (365 Days of Spirited Living – DAY 94)

Stop Sitting on Your Attitude

(30 Things To Stop Spending Time On If You Want to Be Successful #3)

“The state of your life is nothing more than a reflection of your state of mind.”
— Wayne Dyer

Attitude is everything. It affects every part of us — our thinking, our being, our emotions, our behavior, and our mentality. Our attitude also has an impact on the people around us, the situations we encounter, we problems we face, and the environment we find ourselves in. What we do and say, and the manner in which we act is a reflection of the attitude we have. We know this instinctively, but somehow, we really do not believe it.  Read more…

Nurture Your Creativity (365 Days of Spirited Living – DAY 89)

Nurture Your Creativity

“Creativity is not the finding of a thing, but the making something out of it after it is found.”
— James Russell Lowell

We were made to be creative. Every person has a creative part of them in some way, shape or form. Creativity is the most important tool we have in the human race. Without creativity, there is no room for ideas. Without ideas, there will be no progress. And without progress, we resign ourselves to stay where we are, do the same things over again, and never realize who we were meant to be.  Read more…

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