Daniella Whyte

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How Complaining Hurts Our Brain and What We Can Do About It (365 Days of Spirited Living — DAY 320)

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“Acceptance means no complaining, and happiness means no complaining about the things over which you can do nothing.”
— Wayne Dyer

When things don’t go as we plan, we all have the natural tendency to gripe and complain. For many people, it is a way to let people know how we feel. And for others, it is a way of venting with the expectation of getting a thing or two off of our chest. Really it is a way that contributes to normal functioning at times.

While there are certainly times when we can and should bring up matters of importance or issues that need to be address, complaining unnecessarily in thought, action, or conversation can have immensely negative effects on our brain functioning. Negativity can spread just as quickly and impactfully as positivity can. And it affects our brains more than we think. Read more…

3 Plain Signs You’re Doing Just Fine (365 Days of Spirited Living – DAY 146)

3 Plain Signs You’re Doing Just Fine

“Abundance is not something we acquire. It is something we tune into.”
— Wayne Dyer

Many times, we’re doing better than we think — we just don’t realize it. Appreciate the things you can afford. Take note of the simple things — like food to eat, coffee to make mornings, gas for your car, and clothes to wear — instead of taking them for granted. Awareness of life as it is is the first step to building a life as we would like it to be.  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…

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