Carnival of Creative Growth #13

Welcome to the Carnival of Creative Growth #13. I hope you enjoy this interesting collection of articles!

I offer a special thank you to the contributors to the previous editions who have taken the time to link back here. I hope the contributors to this edition also make the effort to support this carnival for the good of everyone.

My contribution this edition is Personal Growth Through Computer Mayhem, which explains what I have been doing lately, ha!

Creative Business Growth

Warren Wong presents How To Overcome Fear And The Obstacles It Creates posted at Personal Development for INTJs, saying, “Are there things you are afraid of? Here’s how to overcome your fears, permanently, and overcome all the obstacles that fear creates.” A bit long, but judge for yourself.

Creative Personal Growth

Karen Lynch presents Chasing Butterflies (Live The Power) posted at LivethePower, saying, “Are you creating something of Love and Beauty that will attract to you what you want?” My favorite article this week!

Gia Combs-Ramirez presents Mastering the Art of Letting Go at the Science of Energy Healing. This article poignantly addresses a challenge we all face in our lives.

Daylle Deanna Schwartz presents Self-Empowerment Busters posted at Lessons from a Recovering DoorMat, saying, “A recovering DoorMat now exercising all her creative energies shares suggestions on getting past blocks to being all you could be.” This is a really worthwhile read!

Charles H. Green presents It’s a Dog Eat Dog World, Isn’t It? posted at Trust Matters, saying, “People often live up—or down—to others’ expectations of them. And if we can learn that about ourselves, then we have gained the keys to our freedom.”

Peter S C presents 6 Lessons From My 6 Month Old posted at I will change your life . com. A shift in perspective makes a difference.

bluskygirl presents Making Changes posted at Goddess, saying, “The trouble with ruts, and the beauty of making changes.”

James presents Overcome Belief Barriers to Unconditional Love, Giving and Social Acceptance posted at The Resourceful Mind, saying, “This post discusses how beliefs about changing our beliefs can affect our personal growth. For example, it discusses how fear of loving unconditionally is in fact irrational and explains why this is and what we can do to change it.”

Charles H. Green presents I Can’t Make You Love Me–If You Don’t posted at Trust Matters, saying, “The secret to achieving happiness and success lies in understanding what you can and can’t change.”

Dianne M. Buxton presents To Dance or Not to Dance In Ballet Shoes and Pointe Shoes posted at Ballet Shoes and Pointe Shoes, saying, “To dance, or do any form of art, is the question for some. Or not?”

Carole Fogarty presents Is your blogging work space with YOU or againgst YOU? posted at The Healthy Living Lounge , saying, “Make sure the energy around you when you are creating, writing and working; is with you and not against you.”

Todd Goldfarb presents 7 Step Guide to an Effective Morning Routine posted at We The Change, saying, “Here’s a good article on creative and effective morning habits.”

Joy Miller presents Is online learning right for you? posted at Online College Blog, saying, “Ready to go back to school? See if getting a degree online is right for you. You can even take a self-assessment quiz.”

Creative Thinking

FitBuff presents Out of Body Experiences: Medical Mysteries or Scientific Explanation? posted at’s Total Mind and Body Fitness Blog, saying, “Out of body experiences have long been a medical mystery, but a new study broke new ground in actually being able to trigger the phenomenon on demand. The implications of this research could apply to everything from life-saving technology to virtual reality video games. But, do you think there is more to some people’s out of body experiences that can’t be explained quite so easily?”

Many thanks to all the writers who have contributed to this carnival! Everyone is invited to submit a blog article to the next edition of Carnival of Creative Growth using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page. See you next time!

Technorati tags: , .

Be Sociable, Share!

13 thoughts on “Carnival of Creative Growth #13

  1. Pingback: Chasing Butterflies (Live The Power)

  2. Lexi Sundell

    Thanks! Those Diggs and Stumbles help a lot! And I thank you on behalf of the other contributors as well.


  3. Lexi Sundell

    I was delighted to include your writing. And as long as there is chocolate, why wouldn’t there be love and peace???

  4. Pingback: THE HEALTHY LIVING LOUNGE » Carnival Edition 17th September

  5. Pingback: Spiritual Zen - Today Top Blog Posts on Spiritual Development - Powered by SocialRank

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *