Newsletter #119 : Personal Development – Success & Happiness, Investments, Health – Why Walnuts ?


Success is not an end goal. It’s the process of achieving your goals, or in other words, it’s what you do when you get there. It starts with an idea and ends with the completion of that idea. It is not just about achieving goals. It’s about doing what you love every day and feeling great about what you do.

Success is an idea that comes in many shapes and sizes. Money and fame are not always indicators of success and people should not put themselves on a pedestal just because they have these things. Success is also more than just accomplishment, It can be more of a feeling or state of mind.


It is worth it to choose to be happy.No amount of sadness will ever outweigh the joy you feel, the warmth of friends and family, and the beauty of this world. So why not choose happiness?


Walnuts. The Brain’s Best Friend

ANYTIME SNACK: Walnuts are a healthy and delicious snack that can be eaten any time of the day. There is no need to worry about overeating them because they are low in calories and provide nutrients such as omega-3 fatty acids, which can benefit your heart health.

NUTRITIONAL VALUE: They are also rich in many other nutrients such as vitamin E, manganese, copper, thiamine, calcium, and magnesium.

BRAIN FUNCTION: The nuts contain high levels of polyunsaturated fats which have been shown to improve brain function and lower cholesterol levels in the blood.

CURBS HUNGER: Walnuts are a valuable part of any diet not just for their nutrient content but also because they can help curb hunger cravings.

MORE BENEFITS: Their richness in fiber content helps with digestion and regulating blood sugar levels. Their high protein content is beneficial for muscle building and preservation, while their healthy fats promote heart health by lowering bad cholesterol levels in the blood.


What does the term “investing” mean?

Investing is a term that refers to the process of making an asset or capital grow by either purchasing assets or capital, or just by making them work for a period of time. The word “invest” is used in many contexts and has several definitions. The definition of “investing” in simple terms is the process of turning money into more money over time, with the goal being to make a profit. Investing or personal finance is the activity of putting money into various assets to generate income and/or appreciation over time. The term investing generally means “to purchase shares in a company, bonds, or other asset classes, with the expectation that those assets will then grow in value.” Investing can also include “buying real estate as an investment,” which is not technically considered purchasing property for living in. The goal of investing is to produce income on one’s purchases while still maintaining control of the amount that has been invested. Additional terms often associated with investments are stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and exchange-traded funds (ETFs). Investments are broadly classified into three categories: debt securities, equity securities, and real estate.