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I have been acknolowding a self-transformation in the past couple of months as I experience the joy of travel one more time and feel a sense of accomplishment that fills my heart and mind with constant happiness. As I write this post in a small island in Thailand is funny how fully satisfied I feel in this very moment. I do not have many possessions with me at this time other than my laptop on where I'm writing this, a couple of electronic gadgets, some days worth of

In todays society people want to have everything they want right now, we just want the end results instead of thinking of the journey to get there. Most people want the big house, the nice car, the travel experiences, the pay raises, the hot body with the six pack but no one wants to put in the time and effort to get it. There are no secrets to achieving anything you want in life. If you want more money learn something valuable, practice it over time and eventually you

Everyone always talk about drugs, alcohol and its addictive effects, but today we are living in an age where people crave luxury so much that I believe has become an addiction. I have personally felt the high that you get when you get that luxury car, piece of clothing or fancy dinner, but as with any other drug this high does not last very long and then you end up wanting more and more (crashing as they call it with other drugs). I'm a huge proponent of living within

Today I came across a definition for a symptom that I had discovered a long time ago but had no idea what it was called. Hedonic Treadmill, Wikipedia explains it as “The hedonic treadmill, also known as hedonic adaptation, is the supposed tendency of humans to quickly return to a relatively stable level of happiness despite major positive or negative events or life changes.According to this theory, as a person makes more money, expectations and desires rise in tandem, which results in no permanent gain in happiness. Brickman and Campbell coined the term in

This is a post for me to reflect on how I personally use technology just so you know that I'm not preaching on this subject. How many of you pick up your phone the time you open your eyes in the morning before raising out of bed and do the same thing when you lay at night before you go to sleep. I'm a victim of this epidemic of filling our lives in front of a color screen every single minute of our wakens hours, we jump from

I'm not sure when was the first time that I heard the term minimalist, might have been a TED talk or a blog posts, but I can clearly remember that once I started digging into the subject I felt like I had discovered something that I wish I had stumbled upon years ago. This realization of knowing that you can actually be a lot happier once you start simplifying your life in every aspect makes so much sense that it is amazing that more people are not learning about

In this quest of trying to be as happy as can be on a daily basis, I've been thinking a lot lately of how much time we spend everyday daydreaming of the future, and not paying much attention to what we should be giving our full attention to which is the exact same thing we are doing right now. To give you an example how many times when you are having a nice quiet dinner with a friend, or family instead of being there 100% enjoying that moment