Living by Design Blog Carnival No. 22

Welcome to the March 16, 2008 edition of Living by Design's personal development carnival. Some of my favourite blog authors have contributed to this edition - please take a few minutes to read what they have to say, they're a very thought provoking crew!

Lin Burress presents Understanding Assertiveness: Getting The Respect You Deserve posted at Telling It Like It Is.

David B. Bohl presents 5 Ways to Reconnect to Your Inner Child posted at Slow Down Fast Today!, saying, "I admit that there’s a part of me that thinks it’s a shame we humans have to grow up."


Dr. Mike Skinner presents Does Meditation Protect Us From Stress? posted at meditation for the masses.


Joel Chue presents Mind Power: Life is a Mind Game - Learn How to Play it Well posted at Mind Power Hacks: Tap The Subconscious Mind Power.


Edith presents Are You Compromising Yourself? posted at Edith Yeung.Com: Dream. Think. Act..


Albert Foong presents The Art of Giving What You Don’t Have » Personal Development - The Urban Monk posted at Urban Monk.


Alex Blackwell presents Four Rocks to Grasp in Life posted at The Next 45 Years.


Christine Pointeau presents Laughter posted at Christine Pointeau, saying, "Nature has provided a wonderful way to improve our health. We must use it at every turn."


Leo Soderman presents Don't Take No For An Answer - Even From Yourself posted at Random Musings - And Other Cliches, saying, "Sometimes the biggest obstacles to achieving our goals is staring at us in the mirror."


Alex Landis presents Dealing With The Negative People In Your Life posted at, saying, "Alex discusses how to deal with the negative people in your life by understanding where their pessimism comes from and by providing tips to handle that negativity."

Christine presents Wants vs Needs: A Look at Personal Consumption posted at Me, My Kid and Life: An American Single Mom Living in France.


Jeremy Neal presents Are You Morally Courageous? posted at Thoughts on Quotes, saying, "A positive self-image is greatly enhanced by choosing to stick by your convictions."


That concludes this edition. Thank you to everyone who contributed.

Please submit your blog article to the next edition using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.



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