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Do You Identify as an Anxious Person? Have you ever thought to yourself or even voiced out loud that you are “an anxious person?” A little known truth about how our brain works is that wherever our attention goes, our energy flows, and that influences the decisions, actions and consequences that follow. Have you ever […]

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3 Self-Love Practices for When You’re Struggling Life is full of changes, and at times it can leave us doubting ourselves or feeling worried we aren’t ready or able to rise to the challenges we’re facing. What can really help when going through change and uncertainty is to connect with self-love and compassion. This isn’t […]

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Setting Boundaries and Rediscovering the Joy of You Most of us, when we really look inside, have a desire for life to be a particular way – to be happy. More specifically, we want to have a sense of energy and vitality, we want to feel a sense of connection and belonging, to be focused […]

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How to Curate Your Social Circle Do the people in your life life inspire you to live your best life? You may have friendships or relationships that feel comfortable because they are familiar, but closeness doesn’t always equate with people are inspiring positive growth in you. The motivational speaker Jim John is famous for saying, […]

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When we find ourselves going through a period of major life change, it can be easy to forget that change takes time. Often, much longer than we think, want, or expect. While we may understand the notion that change is a process, it’s easy to be hard on ourselves or have unrealistic expectations that we […]

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Give Yourself a Gratitude Boost! In Uncovering Happiness I talk about how people’s #1 bad habit can be surprising – our thinking. Before we fall into procrastination, stress eating, isolating, habitually engaging our Smartphones, or any other addictive behavior, there’s an underlying thought. The thought is usually something akin to I need to get away from something […]

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Try 4 Mindful Ways to Start Your Day!  How we start the morning often sets the stage for how the rest of the day unfolds. Life has a habit of throwing us curve balls in many forms – a heated email, a fender bender, or a failed deal that you were really hoping would work out. Anything […]

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How to Mindfully Work with Difficult Emotions When many people hear the word mindfulness they might picture someone sitting serenely on a meditation cushion on a pristine tan wooden floor awash with peace. While there may be a sense of inner peace at times, mindfulness is also about learning how to work with difficult emotions. […]

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The Joy (and Power) of Play Children play. Nobody has to show them how to do play, they’re just born knowing. But as adults, we become so disconnected from play that we forget what it is and how to embrace the joy of play. Psychiatrist Stuart Brown, who founded the nonprofit organization National Institute of […]

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Facing fear is one of the things we all experience as humans. While it’s a natural instinct to protect ourselves from harm, fear can also hold us back from connecting and engaging in life. If we are able to slowly face our fears, understand that they are a part of ourselves that feels insecure and […]

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