Carnival of Creative Growth #8

Welcome to the Carnival of Creative Growth #8. As a quick announcement I want to let you all know that the Carnival of Creative Growth will be appearing at 3 week intervals during the summer due to the demands of my gallery.

Anmol Mehta presents Today I Finally Passed the Test and Have Officially Become a Man posted at Mastery of Meditation, Enlightenment & Kundalini Yoga, saying, “How I finally passed my big test and hints to help you pass yours.” I loved this post, gave me a great laugh!

Laura Young presents Holy Moments and the Fear of Intimacy: Lessons on Love from the Periphery posted at Dragon Slayer, saying, “My father turned down a scholarship to the Art Institute of Chicago, but somehow he still helped create a life that feels like a work of art.”

Bern Sundell presents Fishing with Audrey posted at Brown Trout Delight. This is the heartwarming story of a 75 year old woman and a 10 year old boy fly fishing in the yesteryears of Montana.

JoLynn Braley presents The Importance of Gratitude in Weight Loss posted at The Fit Shack, saying, “Practicing gratitude for everything in life is an important step to take in creating your reality. This article reminds you of the simple things to be grateful for during weight loss.”

Lexi Sundell presents A Blank Canvas, Still Blank posted at Energies of Creation. I describe the derailment of the creative process.

Kevin Kinchen presents A Creative Being posted at Creative Power of Thought: Thoughts Become Things. An article about creating different possibilities in life.

Gia Combs-Ramirez presents Manifesting and Evolution of Consciousness posted at Science of Energy Healing . This article describes a method of manifesting larger amounts of money and other intentions.

Damien presents Teaching, Inspiration, and Rock ‘n Roll | Riley Central posted at First Edition: Doing What They Love. He talks about the ongoing necessity for creating inspiration in life.

Alvaro Fernandez presents Brain Training: the Art and the emerging Science posted at SharpBrains, saying, “Creativity can promote good brain health, and good brain health can promote creativity. By doing many different things, you will physically help you brain as you also gain new insights.”

Albert Foong presents Stepping into greatness and out of unhappiness with dynamic goals – Aristotle and Ego Series. posted at Urban Monk, saying, “You probably suffer because of what you want and how you go about achieving your goals. The best secret to productivity, success, and happiness lies in switching how you approach your goals.”

Attila Borcsa presents Big discount on wooden language available now posted at Vertegram, saying, “5 tips on how to get rid of wooden language.”

Barbra Sundquist presents Spend Time with People Who Appreciate You posted at

edithyeung presents How to Identify What You Really Want? posted at Edith Yeung.Com: Dream. Think. Act..

Craig Harper presents So, You Want to be a Writer? posted at Renovate your life with Craig, saying, “We’ve all got at least one great idea, message or story in us… it’s whether or not we choose to share that with the world and how we go about it. Many (many, many, many) incredibly talented and successful professional writers have zero training and qualifications.”

Karen Lynch presents Visualization Realization posted at LivethePower.

Praveen presents Creative Block? – Start in the Middle! posted at Tao of Simplicity.

Moneywalks presents Time is More than Money posted at moneywalks.

That concludes this edition. All of you authors, please remember to add your links to this carnival. You are invited to submit your 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.

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