All posts tagged "lifestyle"

  • soul
    Happily Ever… NOW

    By Allison Bristow If ever there was a girl who believed in happy endings, that girl was me. How could I help it? Spoon-fed as I was, the Disney version of fairy tales before my taste buds...

    • Posted November 17, 2017
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    How to eat healthy when your partner doesn’t

    By Stephanie Burg I’ll never forget the time, a few years back, when I came home one night from teaching adult ballet to find my husband and step-daughter devouring a Mrs. Smith’s frozen apple pie and Breyer’s...

    • Posted November 6, 2017
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  • sophiegood
    The Unusual Body Part I’ve Grown to Love

    By Sophie Winik “Real beauty isn’t about symmetry or weight or makeup: it’s about looking life right in the face and seeing all its magnificence reflected in your own.” ~ Valerie Monroe. July. Summertime. A time when...

    • Posted October 7, 2017
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    Double Threat: Sleep Deprivation and Stress

    By Paula Morand Why is it that no generation in history has had a more comfortable array of mattresses and beautiful bedding for sleeping, and yet been so sleep deprived? Our days in the office morph into...

    • Posted September 17, 2017
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    RESILIENCE IN THE STORM

    By Dr. Lawanda Beasley-Jones, Ed.D The storm … The rain came down and the wind began roaring like a lion in the eye of Hurricane Harvey. One of the most devastating hurricanes I’ve ever seen. I survived...

    • Posted September 6, 2017
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  • ed
    Why We Look For Happiness In All The Wrong Places

    By Ed and Deb Shapiro Our search for happiness becomes ever more urgent in our increasingly crowded and competitive world. An article on the Huff Post stated there are “over 75 million Google search results for the...

    • Posted August 29, 2017
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    Your Journal Can Be a Great Vehicle for Change

    By Paula Morand The great Russian writer Leo Tolstoy (1828-1910) wrote daily in a book he called his “Journal of Daily Occupations.” It was a notebook with blank pages and on each page, he drew a line...

    • Posted August 13, 2017
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    How to Use Food Scraps to Control Pests and Help Your Garden Thrive

    By Cara Smusiak | Naturallysavvy.com Gardens offer plenty of environmental and aesthetic benefits. But managing your garden can be tough on the planet if you’re using chemical fertilizers or pesticides. Pesticides can be dangerous. According to Beyond Pesticides,...

    • Posted August 11, 2017
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    How To Handle Disruptions and Distractions

    By Paula Morand Disruptions are the little and big things that interrupt your momentum and steal your confidence. In themselves, they won’t torpedo your dreams, but your reactions to them can. For more than twenty years I...

    • Posted July 24, 2017
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    Expanding Consciousness Through an Extraordinary Life Purpose

    By Marta Stanczyk I love my mind and how it cascades into its own limitlessness; taking me places I have never been, unveiling points of view never before seen. “Are you saying that you gonna start dressing...

    • Posted June 27, 2017
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