Happy New Year Soul Food Friday for Jan 2nd 2014

“Things that matter most must never be at the mercy of things that matter least.”—Goethe

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As we start another trip around the sun…

  • Let the Children Have Their Way- Let the Children Play
      • What the Holidays Would Look Like if Kids Were in Charge
  • Kids Are the Future
    • 16 Kids That May Have All the Answers in Life
  • Put Your Year in Perspective
    • Unhappy, Don’t Like Your Salary, Not Enough Friends, Feel Like Giving Up, Suffering, Society Unfair?
  • Simplify Your Life:
    • Complexity is a universal norm, while simplicity in your life is an achievable exception
  • I Got Engaged in 2015:
    • Choose wisely. It is only your work life!

Let the Children Have Their Way- Let the Children Play

What the Holidays Would Look Like if Kids Were in Charge


Kids Are the Future- 16 Kids That May Have All the Answers in Life

These are priceless!

http://www.stumbleupon.com/su/Agd1Nw

Put Your Year in Perspective

Unhappy, Don’t Like Your Salary, Not Enough Friends, Feel Like Giving Up, Suffering, Society Unfair?

BEST email of the Year …meilleur email de l-annee

Simplify Your Life: Dial it Down, Live it Up

Dial it Down, Live it Up

6 Steps to Simplify Your Life
by Jeff Davidson

Have you said to yourself recently… I need to slow down, have more fun, take more time for my family…breathe? Well what you’re really saying is this: I need to simplify my life!

One of my favorite quotes is:

“Things that matter most must never be at the mercy of things that matter least.”
—Goethe

Well guess what… we’ve all been guilty!

LESS IS MORE!
a brief excerpt from the introduction to Dial It Down… Live It Up

Excerpt from Introduction
From Dial it Down, Live it Up
by Jeff Davidson

To begin, we need to understand that complexity is a universal norm, while simplicity in your life is an achievable exception.

Today, the term simplicity means different things to different people. For some, it is the quest for more control over their time or space, with less to clean or maintain. For others, it’s having less stress, fewer bills to pay, or more leisure time. Many associate simplicity with a peaceful state of mind, often linked with spirituality. Your personal quest for simplicity might encompass one or all of these.

We’ve arrived at the point where technology and information come hurtling towards us; we’re pummeled by innumerable rules, instructions, and laws that we are expected to know and heed. It’s no wonder that we feel overwhelmed and exhausted.

Not surprisingly, more people are reassessing how they work and live in order to achieve a simpler, more effective lifestyle which doesn’t sacrifice what matters to them. That’s what Dial It Down, Live It Up is all about.

Get Engaged in 2015: What the Heck is Employee Engagement?

Choose wisely. It is only your work life!

Employee Engagement

 

Thanks to all of you for a Soul Filled Year and Best Wishes for a New One!

To keep soul-filled here are some good sites to curate your own content, light your fuse and feed your community…

StumbleUpon, http://www.stumbleupon.com/

SoulPancake, http://soulpancake.com/

The Daily Good, http://www.dailygood.org/

Simple Truths, http://www.simpletruths.com/

Thanks this week go to George G, Larry H, the Mission Fed team that supports Soul Food Friday, Family near and far & Friends and Fellow Community Members on this little blue planet…

Pay it Forward!

Love,

Neville

Dream lofty dreams, and as you dream, so shall you become.

Your vision is the promise of what you shall one day be; your ideal is the prophecy of what you shall at last unveil.
~ James Allen

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