Carnival of Creative Growth #16

Welcome to the much belated Carnival of Creative Growth #16. My apologies, this fall has been difficult, to say the least. My computer is working well now, but I demolished my back and have taken more Advil in month than in the past four years combined. Fortunately, this year will soon be at an end…

I hope you enjoy the following articles. I heartily thank the contributors for their writing and their patience. Special thanks to participants who link to this carnival, Stumble and Digg it!

Creative Personal Growth

Karen Murphy presents Connecting With Nature posted at Loving Awareness, saying, “Here you can rediscover your connection to nature, and with it, your connection to the wholeness of your Self.”

Daniel Brenton presents I am Grateful I Can Learn posted at Daniel Brenton, saying, “Lexi — I’d like to offer some reflections on being grateful we have the ability to learn, and that we can learn those things that will make the rest of our lives worthwhile. All the best, Daniel”

Gia Combs-Ramirez presents Dealing with Depression–Going into the Void posted at The Science of Energy Healing. This may help get through the holidays, which are not always a cheerful time for everyone.

Peter S C presents 10 Ways to Give Your Morning a Makeover posted at I will change your life . com.

Warren Wong presents How To Calm Down posted at Personal Development for INTJs, saying, “How To Calm Down teaches you various tips and tricks for calming yourself down.”

Charles H. Green presents Americans, Travel and Rushing to Judgment posted at Trust Matters, saying, “My personal road to growth has been exposure to others. For me as an American, the benefit of international travel is enormous. Yet only something like 20% of us have a passport. Absurdly few of us speak another language—usually poorly at that.”

Gia Combs-Ramirez presents The Great Weight Loss Experiment 3 posted at The Science of Energy Healing. She reports on her discoveries as she continues her weight loss journey.

Tupelo Kenyon presents Inspire Yourself on Purpose – Inspiration from Inside Out posted at Tupelo Kenyon, saying, “Here are twelve common sense reminders on how to inspire yourself.”

Tui Bijoux presents mental mosaic » Write Yourself a Permission Slip posted at mental mosaic, saying, “Hi, I’m submitting an article I wrote entitled “Write yourself a permission slip.” I hope you enjoy it. Thanks! Tui :)”

Alex Marlin presents Stress Is Rampant In Our Community posted at Life Improvement Tips For Thin and Small People.

Daylle Deanna Schwartz presents Turning a Negative to Positive with Just a Thought posted at Lessons from a Recovering DoorMat, saying, “Your thoughts control what goes on in your life. Here are some tips for becoming more conscious of them so you can steer yourself in more positive directions.”

Mitesh presents Find the Perfect Inspiration posted at Invent Creativity.

Tina Su presents How to Capture Ideas posted at Think Simple. Be Decisive.

Nadege presents Creative an effective To-do list posted at Clearly Envision.

Edith presents What would you ask for? posted at Edith Yeung.Com: Dream. Think. Act.

Creative Projects

iva presents Office Lounge posted at My Online Portfolio.

Alex Blackwell presents A Time for Thanksgiving posted at The Next 45 Years.

Creative Thinking

Lorraine Cohen presents Powerfull Living » Gratitude: Finding the Gifts In The Experience posted at Powerfull Living, saying, “Things don’t always turn out the way you expect or want. Approaching situations with an open heart and mind can bring wonderful gifts and blessings when you are open to receive them.”

Carole G. McKay presents Time Is On My Side posted at McKay Today, saying, “Respecting your “internal” timetable as the best source for guidance in your life.”

Creative Business Growth

Bonnie Krueger presents How Do You Repair Bad Credit? posted at Student Loan Consolidation.

Many thanks to the writers who submitted to this edition. For the next edition submit your blog article using our carnival submission form. Past posts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

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