how to get high for free

August 2, 2012 | filed under #notetoself, consider this, health, inspiring, my life changed when..., plain cool, rewritable words | 1 Comment 

This was originally posted on January 28, 2011. Lately, it’s been calling out to me. I needed it and wanted to share it again.

We’re all looking for pure bliss and resounding ecstasy. We want to drop our worries and feel alive, feel connected to the magic of this world. All too often, though, this desire results in the abuse of alcohol, drugs and other legal or illegal substances. In using or abusing these substances, the user often does more harm than good.

But alcohol and drugs are completely unnecessary and actually quite costly to both your body and your wallet. There’s another way.

It’s natural. It’s safe. It’s free. It’s legal and always available to you.

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How to get high for free

January 28, 2011 | filed under consider this, plain cool | 9 Comments 

We’re all looking for pure bliss and resounding ecstasy. We want to drop our worries and feel alive, feel connected to the magic of this world. All too often, though, this desire results in the abuse of alcohol, drugs and other legal or illegal substances. In using or abusing these substances, the user often does more harm than good.

But alcohol and drugs are completely unnecessary and actually quite costly to both your body and your wallet. There’s another way.

It’s natural. It’s safe. It’s free. It’s legal and always available to you.

Read more



Where’s your gratitude attitude?

February 1, 2010 | filed under consider this, inspiring | 3 Comments 

alphatudes book cover


Sometimes, gratitude can be a bit tricky. “What am I thankful for?” is a question we’d all like to easily answer with emphatic joy, but on occassion, coming up with a long list in response is a challenge. Life coach and gratitude enthusiast Michele Wahlder presents a fun and easy way to practice gratitude in her book, Alphatudes: The Alphabet of Gratitude. The concept is simple: use the ABCs. Wahlder came up with the technique one night while battling insomnia. The result was an energetic and deepening appreciation for the blessings in her life. “As we choose to practice gratitude over a period of time, we are able to significantly increase our personal range of happiness,” she writes in the introduction.

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