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How to Make Everyday a Holiday!

lifestyle travel Jan 08, 2020

Live you’re life guided in way where every day is a holiday and celebration.

I find it so fascinating that the human species has created all these mindset programs and meaning that on SPECIFIC days and times of the year we get together with loved ones, spend time, exchange present, and do whatever else society had told us to do. These days that are “holidays” I guess are created from specific historic timelines and important events.

Yet we don’t live in history or the past. We live now in the present in every moment. So as I am reflecting on the amazing life I have created and designed here’s an offering on how you can make your dreams come true 

Live your life where you mindset isn’t being consumed and programmed to be normal.

Instead find ways to create a life that’s extraordinary for you. Live a life where you celebrate and cherish people every day!

Live a life where giving gifts of time, service, and things is part of your daily...

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7 Reasons Why You Won’t Start Traveling the World and Live Your Best Life.

travel Jan 08, 2020

1. You believe that some day magically an increased money number will appear in your bank account that’s going to make it all better and empower you to start traveling (news flash if you already have basically survival needs of a roof over your head, your reading this message, water and access to food - research shows $10,000 won’t make a difference in your overall happiness) you’ll always find things that you “need” to spend money on instead of putting that money towards your dreams. 


2. You think the world is full of crime and everyone is awful. News flash the world is far safer than you think. The only hurtful, harmful and hard things going on in the world are created in your mind. I’ve been welcomed to nearly 40 countries traveling alone most of the time and I’ve never had anything but blissful and amazing experiences. Even the times that seemed challenging turned into a beautiful lesson. For example having cancer at age 14 and all...

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What is composting? An I Trust You Brand Vlog

 

Hi. My name is Ann Paxton, and I'm one of the co-founders of AeromatiCo.

Today I want to talk to you about composting. Lots of people ask me, "What is composting?"

Composting is the simple practice of diverting your organics from the landfill. That means food waste or your yard clippings, rather than sending them with the garbage to a landfill, you're actually capturing them and either taking them to a municipal composter or composting them in your backyard.

Composting is a really important activity, especially if you're a gardener.

So gardeners know that the best way to have healthy plants is to have healthy soil. And one of the only ways to improve the health of your soil is to add the nutrients. The best way to do that is through composting, because composting is the decomposition of the plant materials that originally grew in that soil.

Ann Paxton:
So when plants grow, they suck the nutrients from the soil. And then we may take them away. So for example, when you go to the store...

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Our Most Important Success Is Our Relationship To Ourselves

 

What I've come to understand after traveling all over the world and becoming friends with some of the most influential people of our current age is that it doesn't matter what level of success that we reach. It doesn't matter how much money we have in our accounts or how many businesses we build. In the end, our biggest success point and our biggest measure of growth and happiness is who we are inside of what we're feeling, our relationship to ourselves.

That's a big one. It's a big realization to have because what we're taught in this ladder ... And it's interesting because our lives are totally planned for us. From the moment you are born to the moment you are 25, 30 years old, we've already scripted everything that you need to do in society. You go to kindergarten, and then you go to school, and then you go to high school and you go to a university and you get married. And then maybe you do a doctorate degree.

You have this whole timeline set out for you. We say, "Okay, we want...

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