Life area: Relationships

10 Philosophies About Contributing to the World

27 Nov, 2014 0 comments All life areas

We at Resolution Tweet believe that contributing to the world is a vital part of life. Being generous with your time and money has been encouraged throughout time and history, throughout different religions and cultures. But, don’t take our word for it. Here are 10 philosophies from influential people on why contributing to the world is so important.

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6 Ways to Help Kids in Need

20 Nov, 2014 0 comments All life areas

Whenever there is a conflict or crisis, kids often suffer the most and deserve it the least. Most people who want to contribute to the world feel a strong urge to help those who are innocent and can’t care for themselves, so we have compiled a list of a few reliable volunteer and donation opportunities so you can help kids in need starting today.

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7 Ways to Be More Giving Every Day

18 Nov, 2014 0 comments All life areas

We at ResolutionTweet value contribution to the world as part of a complete, fulfilled life. Here are 7 ways you can start to be more giving today.

1. Re-Evaluate the Stuff in Your Life

It’s hard to be giving when we are holding on to too much. Re-evaluate all the “stuff” in your life. Do you need two blenders? Is that book sitting on your shelf ever going to be read? Most importantly, think about why you are holding on to these things and if they are actually adding value to your life. Think about those who don’t even have one blender, those who don’t have access to electricity to plug one in or money to buy groceries. You can start being more giving today by reducing your consumerism and donating the things that someone else could really use.

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5 Ways to Communicate Better in the Digital Age

16 Sep, 2014 0 comments All life areas

While technology has enabled people to connect faster and across vast distances, it has also created barriers around us. A Facebook wall post has now replaced face-to-face interaction and conversation, a phenomenon which is as worrying as it is convenient.  While its just fine to use email, text messages and even Facebook, there is a thin line between using and abusing these technologies. It’s important to find ways to communicate with more value and be more genuine, while still keeping pace with the demands of the modern day.

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5 Ways to Make the Perfect Couples Bucket List

28 Aug, 2014 0 comments All life areas

You’ve always wanted to bungee jump in New Zealand, dog sled on the Iditarod trail and ride an elephant through a nature reserve in the Laotian jungle. Your partner, on the other hand, would love to eat at a Michelin-starred restaurant in Paris, go wine tasting in Argentina and stay overnight in a castle in Ireland. You may think a couple’s bucket list is an impossible feat, because your dreams do not match up. Don’t worry! There are plenty of ways to merge your lists of lifelong wants while still remaining true to yourselves. Here’s how you can create a joint bucket list that embraces your individuality while taking you as far afield as your imaginations allow.

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How to Tell People You’re Quitting Normal Life for Location Independence

26 Aug, 2014 0 comments All life areas

The time has come: You’ve saved some cash, made a plan, told your boss that you’re leaving the 9 to 5 and are ready to live abroad in your new, location independent lifestyle. But wait. How do you break the news to your family? To your friends? To people who equate your new lifestyle of choice to that of “dropping out” of the real world? When these people express their concerns, chances are they are coming from a place of real kindness and caring. Maybe they have never imagined that location independence is a real lifestyle choice that exists for thousands of people around the world. And as for what the naysayers, well, they’re just jealous they don’t have the courage to go out and do it for themselves.

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10 Places Couples Should Visit Before Having Kids

14 Aug, 2014 1 comment All life areas

As the decision to start a family looms closer for couples, the yearning to take “one last big trip” may become an inexorable priority. Having kids does not equate to a lifetime lived in one place, but traveling with little ones in tow is an entirely different experience than jet setting as a childless couple. There are some places in the world that are just off-limits for children, and others that simply may not be as enjoyable if you’re constantly interrupted by naptime and tantrums. Here’s our pick for the top 10 places couples should visit before having kids:

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How to Create A Bucket List With Your Partner

05 Aug, 2014 0 comments All life areas

You have an amazing bucket list that puts every other bucket list in the universe to shame. You’re going to do it ALL. But wait! You’ve found yourself dating someone or you’re settled down with a partner and it occurs to you—how can I sail across the world when I’m tied down to another person’s schedule? Can we both do my bucket list together? We’re going to help guide you through some fun ways of creating a bucket list with your partner.

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FOMO and Self-Confidence Online

29 Jul, 2014 0 comments All life areas

For all of the amazing benefits that the internet provides—new ways to connect, freedom of speech and amazing access to information—the internet is not all hearts and roses.

FOMO—or Fear Of Missing Out—is a real issue that many people face today. With the instant access and gratification of the internet, FOMO is a kind of social anxiety that people feel if they aren’t constantly plugged into their social media and up-to-date on the latest news feed. As a result, this form of anxiety can wreak havoc with your self-confidence online. We’ve got some tips about how to handle yourself and your interactions to keep yourself feeling confident and happy.

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How Couples Can Work From Anywhere

16 Apr, 2014 0 comments All life areas

Do you dream of a life spent working from the shores of a Thai beach or the quaint surroundings of a Mediterranean village? Does it sound exciting to work from anywhere ? Maybe you are an itinerant nomad at heart, but your partner is set in a full time job with the bleary prospects of only two weeks of vacation per year. Contrary to popular belief, being a perpetual vagabond doesn’t mean slipping into the ranks of societal dropouts. Many people live a lifestyle of complete nomadic freedom and have a steady enough income to live out their dreams abroad. If you already ply a trade that is location independent such as as a writer or graphic designer, read no further. But if you and your partner are hankering to step out into the world and willing to attempt new endeavors in order to get those coveted passport stamps, read on for unique ideas that couples can use that will allow them to work from anywhere in the world.

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