envy

Folks, this would never happen with a vegetable. When's the last time someone forced a plate of green beans into your hand
Oh yes, women like to be seen as regular angels in women's clothing but we know they can also be the cattiest of cats and bitches from hell. Just like MOTHER NATURE. She is the worst and the best because she's the boss.
When dealing with the unknown of the future and harsh realities of the past, how are we able to obtain true happiness today
What other people have and do becomes so much less significant. Comparisons won't matter. And you'll be happier when you are focused on your life, rather than on the lives of others.
We experience a sadness when we can't do what we used to do --or what we think our bodies should be doing. When we see others who are succeeding and we're not, there's often a sense of disappointment, if not anger.
The good news is that we can overcome comparison and the illusion of competition it creates. Here are five ways to do that:
And isn't it funny that zapping the zero sum virus happens through love, not war. See for yourself. Play with joy. Share with your friends and family. Let it ripple outward. The power to transform things has been in us all along. It's time to appreciate it.
Have you had the experience of having something wonderful happen to you but suddenly finding a change in your good friend? She no longer wants to have much to do with you and even throws some sarcastic comments your way when you do meet!
While we may not always agree with how someone got to where they are, saying that they do not deserve it only proves we're not ready for that kind of success in our lives.
Right after I saw Anne Hathaway and Robert DiNero in Nancy Meyer's newest film, The Intern, I noticed that the negativity against Hathaway burst out once again.
Understand your own uniqueness. One person may thrive where you feel you need improvement, however you may totally rock at something they struggle with. Everyone on this earth has a gift.
Can you imagine a life without Facebook, let alone remember a time before it? It's now a part of our daily routine. We share our experiences, political views, photos and losses -- exhibiting ourselves for "our friends."
Co-authored by Carly Alaimo, Content Manager at Avelist 2. Disconnect and plan to do something productive...then do it. If