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We understand the generations before us when we become them.

During our time from children to adults, we observe our parents and grandparents. The world is new to us. We keep learning and exploring. As we grow older, our grandparents and their friends fade away and our parents become the seniors. We've got careers and responsibilities. Some of us have kids, some of us don't. It's at this point that we begin to understand the sacrifices our parents and grandparents went through because we've become them. Once, our parents are gone, we have to take on their role. It's surreal when you think about it, to say goodbye to our parents and their generation. As time marches on, our generation will also fade out, so we have to make the world...

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Even if the world is unkind, the greatest war is in your mind.

Even if the world is unkind, the greatest war is in your mind.History has shown how resilient humans can be, even under very difficult situations. Mahatma Gandhi, Martin Luther King, Jr., Nelson Mandela, and Daniel K. Inouye are a few examples of individuals who accomplished so much to make our world better despite mental and physical challenges weighing against them. ūüĎäWith a strong will and an understanding of what you can and can't control, you will accomplish great things by working on your small wins day by day! ūüėÉ +positive masters+ is an e-commerce store at www.positivemasters.com that provides life practices, creative writing, books, apparel, accessories and fashion to boost your happiness and crush your anxiety and depression!

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Sleep is Important for Your Mind and Body.

Sleep is very important to having a positive mind and healthy body. Health professionals recommend adults to sleep 7 to 9 hours, although some people may need as few as 6 hours or as many as 10 hours of sleep each day. If you're a teenager (ages 14-17), you need about 8-10 hours of sleep each day. Children need more hours of rest, and much more is needed for babies. I aim to have at least 7 hours of sleep every night, however, I have to admit that I'm not consistent on this. I've succeeded 85 times and today, July 10, 2019 is the 170th day of the year. After working during the day, I often return home and continue working late at night and into the...

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Deep Breathing, a Remedy for Stress, Anxiety, and Anger.

It takes years to build a good reputation, yet, it takes only a moment to destroy it. Our greatest mistakes in life often occur when we're stressed, anxious, or angry. Whenever you feel stressed, anxious, or angry, one remedy you can apply that's really simple to do is deep breathing. As soon as you feel your heart rate picking up, your muscles tightening, and/or your head feeling nauseous, take a deep breath and count to four, then exhale slowly while counting to four. Keep repeating this slow breathing technique until you feel your heart rate normalize, your muscles relax, and clarity return to your mind. Even if you're not stressed, anxious, or angry, try this breathing technique. You'll feel much...

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Creative Writing, a Remedy for Stress, Anxiety, & Sadness.

You're grieving the latest round of loved ones who passed away, a close family member and a dear family friend, both with caring and happy personalities, and both Positive Masters. You're putting out fires fueled by personality clashes in a non-profit organization you're leading that's suppose to promote inner peace. Phone calls and emails get thrown at you from your business partners and vendors, telling you everything that's going wrong. Payments aren't coming in from your clients while your attorney defending you for your driving under the influence case is needing his payment. Oh, and for that driving under influence case, the court threw the book at you for not being a good role model as a politician so you're facing five days...

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