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Posts Tagged ‘self-esteem’

Investing in Your Fears.

I’m so excited about the coming season of Fall. I love how our world shows its brilliance with bright reds, oranges and yellows. Nature always amazes me because it is the perfect example of Being. No fears, doubts, or ill-will on itself or another. It just does what mother nature meant it to -Do, Be…

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I AM ENOUGH -ALREADY!

We all experience negative self-talk. We tell ourselves we’re not good enough, smart enough, or thin enough. We don’t make enough money, we don’t have the right house, the right car, or the right clothes, and even if we did, we wouldn’t look as good in them as the Joneses do. None of this is…

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How to Foster Meaningful Connections & Why We Should Bother

Humans are social creatures. We evolved as tribes and maintaining strong ties to the tribe was a necessary survival skill. Estrangement from the people around us today may not post the same immediate risk to our safety, but it’s still a vital part of our mental and physical health. Longer, Happier Lives Studies have shown…

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When to Listen to Your Heart & Not Your Head

We live in a culture that prizes the rational above all else. Everyone has been warned away from making a “rash” decision at one time or another. People tell us we need to think things through, especially when it comes to making the big decisions in our lives, but is that really true? According to…

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Honoring OUR Journey…Dear Self, I am so sorry…

Welcome to part 2 of 3 series of writing your story or at least honoring your journey by jotting down a few words and statements. I interviewed Michele Weldon, an author of many books including numerous other accomplishments, to empower us with handy tips for us to put pen to paper honoring our journeys. Michele…

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Owning Your Seat At The Table

Get inspired and discover what and who may be pulling you out of your power point.