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Inflatable mattress turns your back seat into a nap pod fit for a startup

Inflatable mattress turns your back seat into a nap pod fit for a startup | Have More Fun In Bed | Scoop.it
Nothing is more awkward than sleeping in the back of your car, but a new inflatable mattress promises to bring pleasure where there was once only pain.
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Why the stories you tell yourself decide your success | Peter Shallard

Why the stories you tell yourself decide your success | Peter Shallard | Have More Fun In Bed | Scoop.it

"Your identity story is your own epic saga. Quite literally the tale of who you are and where you are going. It’s the way you make meaning out of the ocean of chaos we call life.  Stories are the subatomic particles of the self. They are the keys to changing everything.


How to instantly identify toxic narratives.  Start getting very real with yourself, about the stories you’re telling yourself. Here’s a huge hint: They are also the stories you tell others to explain yourself."


Read the full article to find out how more about these tips to transform your identity narratives to revolutionize your life:

  • Pick out a goal you really desire but you’ve struggled to attain
  • Get objective about your terrible story
  • Pick a totally new story that presupposes you’ll soon achieve your goal

Via Kim Zinke (aka Gimli Goose)
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Why the stories you tell yourself decide your success... So many of us have "fixed" our identity. This explains a bit about the importance of the story you tell yourself. 

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malek's curator insight, December 30, 2013 8:01 AM

A long article and it's  well worth the time it takes to read !

Want to change your life, start with your identity, tell yourself the story of success.

Brent MacKinnon's curator insight, December 30, 2013 9:06 AM

I like the introduction to this post. It speaks to the deep sense making about your own life and the broad themes that make up who and what you are.

Monica S Mcfeeters's curator insight, January 5, 2014 1:39 PM

Here is some inspiration for telling your own story!

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UFC on FOX 9: Michael McDonald's life is better off without sex (so stop asking) - MMAmania.com

UFC on FOX 9: Michael McDonald's life is better off without sex (so stop asking) - MMAmania.com | Have More Fun In Bed | Scoop.it
UFC on FOX 9: Michael McDonald's life is better off without sex (so stop asking) MMAmania.com Whether or not he opts to keep his firearm holstered is his business and who knows, all that pent up energy could serve him well when he battles Urijah...
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The correlation of sex and violence (or lack of sex) is certainly a complex issue. Thoughts?

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15 Things You Don’t Owe Anyone At All (Though You Think You Do)

15 Things You Don’t Owe Anyone At All (Though You Think You Do) | Have More Fun In Bed | Scoop.it
Many choices we make in life are subject to prying questions and commentary from others. See 15 things you don't owe anyone, even though you think you do. (I know a helluva lot of people who need to read this article...from both sides.
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This is a BEAUTIFUL - concise well being hack for your life!

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Sex as Exercise - New York Times (blog)

Sex as Exercise - New York Times (blog) | Have More Fun In Bed | Scoop.it

The issue of sex as exercise, however, has remained largely unexplored. “There are these myths,” including that sex burns at least 100 calories per session, said Antony D. Karelis, a professor of exercise science at the University of Quebec at Montreal who undertook a study, published in PLOS One in October, to look at how much energy is actually exerted during sex. “But nobody had tested” those assumptions.


Via Gracie Passette, Deanna Dahlsad
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Test, test, test. 

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