We’re launching a sister project to MusePeach, a curated weekly newsletter with 10 of the best articles and guides on self-development.
We’re also doing a launch giveaway with prizes to match the theme of the newsletter.
You can sign up using the contest form below.
The contest starts on 13th May 2019 and ends on 7th June 2019.
Better Self Brief Launch Giveaway
About the prizes
Lifetime premium MusePeach membership
MusePeach is an online private journaling app running on a freemium business model. This means that you can use it for free with limited features.
The premium option is a paid membership that unlocks more features such as multiple journals, multiple custom entry templates, easy search and more.
Check out the pricing page for a membership comparison.
This prize gives you a free premium membership for the lifetime of the app including new features that may come at a later date.
If you are new to the idea of journaling, suffice to say that is a good practice to implement in your day to day life for a variety of reasons, some of which we talk about in our journaling guide.
The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life
Despite the title, the book is about being more intentional in the things we care about.
Instead of randomly worrying about things imposed by society and people around us we should choose what to care about.
There are simply too many things we tend to give our attention and energy but that don’t have an impact on our lives or worse they end up having a negative impact.
This book provides a method to the madness to help you figure out what you really want to care about and figure out the things that have a positive impact on your life.
Stick with It: A Scientifically Proven Process for Changing Your Life-for Good
Much of our lives are composed of habits, good or bad. From what we eat, how we work, how we spend our free time, etc, a lot of it comes down to habits.
Wanting to change our habits or forming new ones is just one small step towards lasting change but there is still a long way to go.
Dr. Sean Young, award-winning psychologist and director of the UCLA Center for Digital Behavior shows us how to approach these changes to go from wanting them to lasting changes in our lives.
A lot of our behavior is predicated by the way we see ourselves and what we believe to be true about ourselves.
This book tackles the issue of self-image, identifying false beliefs, correcting them and improving our self-image in a practical way.
It may not sound like much but a good self-image allows us to remove a lot of self-imposed limitations.
This in turn liberates us to try things we believed we can’t do for who knows what arbitrary reasons that may not have any valid justification.
Over to you
As you see the newsletter, the contest and it’s prizes are all about practical ways of bringing improvements to our lives.
Life is hard by default for most of us but how we choose to approach it and what we do with it depends on us.
If making practical improvements to your life is something that resonates with you, join our newsletter, even better yet, join the contest in the contest box above, why not?