This is Volume 29 of the Self Improvement and Law of Attraction Link Love series.
I haven’t posted a Link Love edition in several weeks due to the intense work on Personal Development Partners, but I have saved up a list of some great reading in the meantime. Enjoy!
1) Law of Attraction for Inspired Living – Zoe Routh put together what I believe is one of the best “how and why” Law of Attraction explanations that I have seen to date in her awesome post When bad things happen to good people.
2) Spooky Action – In a powerful demonstration of what us mere mortals can accomplish when we put our minds (and our bodies!) to the task, check out Mike’s post What I Learned From an Unscheduled Trip to the Bottom of the Grand Canyon, and think of it the next time you feel like you just can’t take it anymore.
3) Law of Attraction Playground – Jeannette Maw does such an incredible job of helping people to realize that “living” the Law of Attraction takes a conscious effort, and is not some switch that you just flip and then leave to run all by itself. Check out her post Choosing a Good-Time Filter for some great examples.
4) Life Optimizer – Donald takes a new approach to the “finding your path” process with his idea of combining more than one idea. Check out his post Career Tips: How to Find Your (Potential) Unique Value Proposition.
5) Christine Kane – In her usual style of giving great advice that people can truly internalize, Christine answers the question How Do You Forgive Someone? by starting and ending with the only person that the forgiveness is really all about – you!
6) Live the Power – Karen Lynch keeps hitting some great posts out of the park, but I chose Rainmaker as my favorite from her recent hits. If you’ve never heard the terms “pray rain” or “pray rain journal,” then get over there and get schooled on a powerful and fun deliberate creation technique.
7) Debra Moorhead – In the post The Value of Enthusiasm Debra explores the fact that when were are truly enthusiastic about something, that is a big slap in the face reminder that we are on the right track. Who would have thought that by simply doing the things that bring us excitement we would also be sealing the deal for our success?
8) Change Your Thoughts – For those of you who presently practice guided meditation, or have thought about checking it out, be sure to read Steven Aitchison’s post Guided Meditation – Intention manifestation, and also listen to the free guided meditation audio that he attached to the post.
9) Scott H Young – In his post 9 Steps to Stop Information Poisoning, Scott not only points out the fact that information overload can be toxic, but he also shows some ways to achieve success without overloading your head in the process.
10) Creating a Better Life – Lyman Reed, one of the Thought Leaders over at PDP brings us a hilarious look at our personal development addiction in his post Twelve Steps for Personal Development Addicts. It is highly likely that you will recognize yourself in some or all of those steps if you’ve been a personal development junkie for very long! 🙂
Blogs that have featured Today is that Day:
Karen at Live the Power included Practicing Personal Development with Unlimited Power in her September 1st edition of Joy Links.
In a post called The College Guide to Sleeping, the Make College Better site included the popular Today is that Day post 8 Tips on How to Get Out of Bed even When You Don’t Want To.
Blog Carnivals that have recently included posts from Today is that Day:
I am very proud to have been featured in the 1-year anniversary edition of the longest running Law of Attraction blog carnival on the Internet! Edward Mills kicked off the anniversary party with the post 1 Year of Health, Wealth, and Positivity Answer the Question – Does the Law of Attraction Work?
That wraps up this edition of the Self Improvement and Law of Attraction Link Love series. Extreme gratitude to all of the authors who provided some truly enjoyable and inspiring content, as well as to all of the bloggers who helped spread the link love by pointing their readers back here to Today is that Day!