The Japanese Definition of “Life” Will Definitely Inspire You

The turtle won in the racing competition. Even though our lives are not like a marathon, and might not have a champion, we can still learn a lot from the little slow turtle. His persistence defined his success, and if we have the persistence he has, we will also arrive at the finish line one day. Want to see how some Japanese defines their lives, and proves life is not a marathon? Watch this: The post The Japanese Definition of “Life” Will Definitely Inspire You appeared first on Lifehack. Lifehack

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Getting to know the mastermind behind Inspire Fitness community

We caught up with the passionate woman behind Inspire Fitness, Olivia Del Borrello about her vision behind creating a vibrant outdoor workout space (no bench press required), built around the philosophy of encouraging, motivating and empowering one another.   ON STARTING A BUSINESS Inspire Fitness began four-and-a-half years ago, and what a ride it has been! There have been a few tears and a hell of a lot of laughs – all worth it when I look at the incredible community of women we’ve created and how we are changing…

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15 Wonderful Airbnb Homes That Will Inspire You to Live a Little Differently

Vacations in a rented home always seem so restful, which isn’t strictly because it’s a vacation; a lot of it has to do with a sense of no responsibility. When you’re out of your own home, you aren’t surrounded by the constant reminders that you haven’t put the dishes away yet, or you need to dust the ceiling fans and do laundry. When you can focus more on resting and less on daily chores and responsibilities, you feel revitalized and more zen. Change your home to change your perspective. Just…

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5 Things About The Japanese Education System That Will Surprise and Inspire You

So you say you like Japanese culture, but you’re shocked to know that Japanese public school students eat lunch in the classroom with their teacher? Read on, then, to discover more commonly unknown facts about the Japanese education system. 1. No Exams for The First 3 Years of School The theory about why Japanese students are not required to take exams until after fourth grade is that the Japanese value excellent manners. According to the Japanese culture, it’s more important to teach proper etiquette to young students than to focus…

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Low Points In The Lives Of These 15 Famous People Will Truly Inspire You

“If you’re going through hell, keep going.” – Winston Churchill The road to success is a hard one that, quite often, leads us to failures that turn into low points in our lives. It requires a lot of hard work, patience and courage to face challenges; things that do not come easy. Failure before success is the norm but the fact remains that it is simply a step towards success. Many famous people have had to overcome numerous hurdles on their journey to become successful. Their failures brought them to…

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