Daniella Whyte

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Nothing Exciting Happens on Most Days: A Message on Happiness and Meaning (Soul. Musings. 03/26/17)

People have long debated the question of what is happiness? We often use the term “happiness” as a catch-all to describe a range of emotions from excitement to contentment and every positive feeling in between.

Over the last several years, scientists and researchers have done solid work to help us understand what happiness is and how we can cultivate it in our lives. As it turns out, happiness has nothing to do with how much money you have in your bank account or how many clothes you have in your closet. Read more…

Highly Creative People Do These 4 Things (365 Days of Spirited Living — DAY 349)


“Clean out a corner of your mind and creativity will instantly fill it.”
— Dee Hock

Young children are often divided into two categories: creative types and not-so creative types. Many times, this differentiation comes from one’s experiences in childhood. Artistic children who are nimble with drawing or music often get the “creative” label. Those whose minds revolve around logic are not placed in the creative boat. But being creative really has nothing to do with labels. Everyone — artistical or logical — has the capacity to nurture creativity. Read more…

Overcoming Your Invisible Barrier

Too often, many people get stuck into one way of life. They get stuck into one way of thinking or one way of doing things. However, they want more out of life but can’t seem to get out of the rut they are in. It almost never is a matter of more time, more money, more people, more material things, or more encouragement. It’s all a matter of the invisible barrier that they create in their minds.
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