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  • 1.
    Analysis
    4 months ago
    by gottlieb

    Seeking inner peace in a violent, unequal world is not a selfish act

    That is, so long as you don’t ignore the outside world, like the Twitter CEO who blithely tweeted from a meditation retreat in Myanmar, says Holly Rigby, a teacher and union activist.

  • 2.
    Expression
    4 months ago
    by Cobbydaler

    Why Stoicism is one of the best mind-hacks ever

    As legions of warriors and prisoners can attest, Stoicism is not grim resolve but a way to wrest happiness from adversity.

  • 3.
    Analysis
    4 months ago
    by Maternitus

    4 rituals proven by neuroscience to make you happy

    You get all kinds of happiness advice on the internet from people who don’t know what they’re talking about. Don’t trust them. Trust neuroscience.

  • 4.
    Current Event
    4 months ago
    by funhonestdude

    Writing Thank You Notes Is More Powerful Than We Realize, Study Shows

    New research from The University of Texas at Austin proves writing letters of gratitude, like Jimmy Fallon’s “Thank You Notes,” is a pro-social experience people should commit to more often. The gesture improves well-being for not only letter writers but recipients as well.

  • 5.
    Expression
    4 months ago
    by Amabaie

    The Key to Happiness is Gratitude

    Do you ever find yourself unhappy? Want to know how you can find happiness, and tap into that happiness when ever you like? Look at gratitude.

  • 6.
    Expression
    4 months ago
    by Katiedash

    Glowing with Gratitude

    Glowing with Gratitude ~ radiant sunset glowing with fire and beauty the effects of love ~ After my recent post about wanting to have more trust for the new year, I received an incredible outpourin…

  • 7.
    Expression
    4 months ago
    by Katiedash

    Attitude of Gratitude

    We all need to be reminded to be grateful for what we have in our lives.  The treasures we, sometimes, take for granted. Below you will find my Gratitude list that is forever growing. my gentle spi…

    Posted in: by Katiedash
  • 8.
    Expression
    4 months ago
    by Katiedash

    Moments Of Gratitude

    The tender touch of breeze The soft sound of brook Some beautiful blossoms smiling At the light and warmth of sun   Happiness filtering through the trees Moonlight streaming through my windows Hope…

    Posted in: by Katiedash
  • 9.
    Expression
    4 months ago
    by Katiedash

    How to be Grateful: 15 Authentic Ways to Appreciate and Express It

    Someone helps you. You say thanks. Is that how to be grateful? To show your appreciation for support and friendship, there is a bit more involved. Whether you show it regularly or not, you are prob…

  • 10.
    Text Post
    4 months ago
    by j0rg

    Welcome to the /t/BES tribe! What exactly is this place?

    Welcome to the official /t/BES blogging (and vlogging/podcasting) community. It is just one of thousands of user-run communities on the Snapzu platform.

    Here you will find QUALITY user-submitted news, links, articles, opinions, advice, tutorials, strategies, and musings on all types of relevant topics such as blogging, vlogging, podcasting, writing, social media, networking, creativity, motivation, productivity, and other common interests among content creators. We also welcome any text posts, such as questions, suggestions, opinions, strategies, and experiences. As bloggers ourselves, our main goal is to create the best and most robust community (and knowledge base) of its kind.

    Here's a quick (tl;dr) summary of how this platform works:

    1. Anyone can run a community, and it's completely free. If you run a blog, vlog, or podcast, a community can extremely beneficial for its growth and engagement and here's why.

    2. An up/down voting system is used for quality control and to collectively self-moderate as a community. Popular, quality, and overall good posts stand out, while poor quality posts and spam get obliterated.

    3. Top posts work their way up with more up votes and eventually end up on the Front Page of Snapzu. This is where we showcase the best content from all communities.

    There's (obviously) a lot more, but to keep things short and to the point, here's a great short video review segment by the “This Week in Technology” crew from just a while ago.

    A call to action:

    If you are a blogger, vlogger, writer, podcaster, any combination of those, or anyone that runs a website and can benefit from this community, feel free to dive in on all the great content available. And if you like what you see, don't forget to make an account so you can participate!

    Feeling chatty? Feel free to create an account and introduce yourself to, and/or discuss with other like-minded members!

    Have something cool to contribute? Feel free to submit it, just please follow our rules and etiquette (especially that part about the 10% self-promotion rule!)

    Want to try something different, grow your mailing list 3x faster using a brand new way, and get your audience involved? Start your own community in (seriously) under 15 minutes! It can help you like it helps us.

    If you enjoy the content, feel free to also spread the word about this place to other fellow bloggers, vloggers, podcasters, or anyone else you think may find it valuable and/or worthwhile. The more people we have, the stronger the community becomes as a whole!

    Thanks for your time and we hope to see you around here at /t/BES and on other communities across Snapzu.

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    Posted in: by j0rg