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Self discipline and hard work go hand in hand.  Doing what is right is definitely not always the easiest thing.  The great thing about making yourself go the hard way instead the easiest path is you are FORCING yourself to grow.  And when you grow you change for the better.  The first step is deciding to make the right choice -- whether it is deciding to get up early and workout or eating healthy or simply saying no to something so you can take care of yourself.  Decide to make the right…

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Whether it's family, friends, a boyfriend, or girlfriend, we all have had a time in our life where we just listened to our heart instead of what our mind was telling us, sometimes it works out for the best and other times it will be hard to get through. It always gets better in the end and that is what I have learned over the past few years where I have had to learn the hard way about guys and some friends. Which ever path you take it will always work out in the end.

It seems everyone knows the truth in their own lives but the heart always likes to fight the hardest battles. The heart always looks for reasons beyond logic and understanding, so in the end Acceptance of the truth, takes time.

The Lazy Way To An Awesome Life: 3 Secrets Backed By Research   The basic idea is that the people you surround yourself with will have the biggest impact on your own life. Hang out with successful and happy people to increase your own wellbeing. And help those around you succeed to gain the rebound affect of their success in your life.

* The Lazy Way To An Awesome Life: 3 Secrets Backed By Research -- Can you dump bad habits, become happier, and lead an awesome life all without working hard? Nicholas Christakis of Yale University explains the secret.