How to Be Grateful (1 min read)

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“You’ll be feeling the benefit in no time, and I have no doubt you’ll be grateful for it.”

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Written By Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Paige Taylor

Founder & Owner of: Millennial Paige

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It’s not always easy to feel grateful, especially when the skies are gray and our workload seems never ending. As the day trudges by with the minutes feeling like hours on our mood drops, our shoulders sag and with furrowed brows, we find ourselves wishing for the day to end. But while we are busy wishing away our lives we could be busy reminding ourselves of why we love it, for it is in these moments when reacquainting ourselves with gratefulness is the most important and beneficial.

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Traveling Makes you Awesome (2 min read)

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“This is so motivating and makes me Find the Best tours, Excursions & Activities with City Discoverywant to expand my abilities to explore places I have never been before and other countries and cultures to experience. Thanks so much for the inspiration. “

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Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Masood Salman

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People always ask how travel has changed me. If I look back at who I was before I began traveling and compare that to who I am now, I would have to say that travel has made me a better and more well-rounded person. I’m way cooler now than I was at 25.

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Success Starts When You Believe (2 min read)

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Read this article it contains great inspiration!
Here is an excerpt from it…..“Let me tell you about something you already know. The world ain’t all sunshine and rainbows; it’s a very mean and nasty place. And I don’t care how tough you are; it will beat you to your knees and keep you there permanently if you let it…”. Sparked your interest? Read the whole article just follow the link below. Thanks so much and please share!

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Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Lizzie Walton

Founder & Owner of: Elizabeth’s Blog

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Hi everyone! The article today is a little different and all about self-respect, something of which I believe to be of paramount importance. I’ve not always had the level of respect for myself that I should have had and some points in my life after hitting serious lows I found it hard to have any confidence and believe in myself. Life is hard and although I have only lived a small fragment of my life and most certainly still have some of the most important moments in my life to come I want to make people aware of the importance of respecting yourself and believing in your own abilities early on.

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Justice of the Peace

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A stunning and exciting story by
‘Red’s Wrap’-Jan Wilberg
Read her story about the police in front of her home arresting a Rabbi. It is all so crazy that it even happened. She paints the picture quite well of the actual events.

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I’ve had police at my door. I’ve watched squad cars pull up in front of our house and officers get out.

It was never because they were selling raffle tickets for the Police Athletic League. It was something else, not the worst thing in the world although we always believed it would be the worst thing in the world. Instead, it was always a smaller thing, a concern, a question, an investigation, and, once or twice, the return of a person unable to find his way home on his own.

I am wary of the police. There’s no reason for this; officers have always been respectful toward me, helpful in times of trouble and sometimes unexpectedly compassionate. Still, they make me nervous as if, at any moment, I could unwittingly do something wildly illegal and they’d arrest me.

So a few nights ago when police cars came roaring down our street and screeched to a…

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