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5 Tips for a Juicy, Gorgeous Life

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Let’s face it! You’re bored with the status quo. You’re an adventure-seeker-happiness-freak-self-improvement-junkie.  (No offense intended. I’m one, too!) So, put the needle on the record. Let’s pump up the volume! Here are five tips you can start today to create … Continue reading

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Kung Fu Your Energy – Get Healthy with Open Awareness

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As a kid, my sleeping imagination had no limits. My dreams were vibrant, colorful, moving, exciting, emotional, and physical. There were monsters, heroes, allies, and adventures. I could see, taste, touch, smell, and feel the twists and turns of events. … Continue reading

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Personality Type:  Know Yourself

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Personality type has its roots in a psychological theory dating back to the 1920’s. The Swiss psychiatrist, Carl Jung (1875-1961) known for his work on the psyche, ego, personal unconscious, collective unconscious, archetypes, and dream analysis also developed the enduring … Continue reading

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Psychology Today – Easy Tips for Keeping New Years Resolutions

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This article is published in Psychology Today by Mark Banschick and Heather Edwards.  It is entitled, “Break Bad Habits”.  It’s countdown time!  The new year marks a fresh start for new beginnings.   Be prepared on January 1 to state your … Continue reading

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Psychology Today – Five Secrets of Highly Successful People

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This article is published in Psychology Today by Mark Banschick and Heather Edwards.  It is entitled, “5 Tips for Success”. Everyone has a unique life story. Family traditions, religious beliefs, and cultural norms differ and converge in a myriad of … Continue reading

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Design Your Best Life

Each of us has a unique life story. We come from different families, places, and generations. Our circumstances effect and shape who we are and become. Personal experiences are part of us, wherever we go. We use our history to … Continue reading

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Making Up For Time Lost: 5 Tips for Getting Back in the Game

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I just lost a week of productivity due to “acute pharyngitis”, which is the medical term for a sore throat. Normally, one would carry on, ignore it, and complete one’s typical activities with minor discomfort. Not me. My sore throat … Continue reading

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Jobs 101: The Ultimate Search Simplified

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We’ve all run full speed ahead in the hamster wheel of work-exhaustion and discontent, at times. Job dissatisfaction can bring you down and effect all areas of your life, if it is not addressed.  People often feel burned out and … Continue reading

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Psychology Today Post – Getting Unstuck!

My latest blog in collaboration with Dr. Mark Banschick, Getting Unstuck – Eight Ways to Get Your Mojo Back, published in Psychology Today.   Life takes twists and turns. Just when it seems you’ve figured things out, that metaphorical rug can … Continue reading

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Seeking Refuge

Psychology 101 teaches students everywhere that besides food, water, and air, the most basic of human needs is SAFETY.  Just watching the news today can be traumatizing.  It seems the news networks are building their audience and profits by sensationalizing … Continue reading

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