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8 Tips for Combatting SAD – Preserve your energy and spirit

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Welcome to daylight savings time! It’s that time of year when days get shorter, darkness grows longer, and your energy and spirit can be eclipsed. SAD abounds. According to the American Academy of Family Physicians, “About 4 to 6 percent … Continue reading

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3 Ways YOU are Like Your SMARTPHONE

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Unfinished business. Open loops. Running Apps. Depleted energy. Less productivity. Divided attention. Ugh. It’s downright overwhelming when you take a moment to realize how many tasks are competing for your time and focus every minute of every day. Ironically, ignoring … Continue reading

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Start Your Day Right: 3 Tips for the Perfect Journal Entry

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Start your morning right with a journal entry. They say the day is shaped by the tone of your morning ritual. So make it productive, uplifting, and grounding. There are many benefits of journaling. It’s an emotional cleanse, a refocusing … Continue reading

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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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Psychology Today: 4 Ways to Clear Your Mind

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Clean Your Mind of Harmful Toxins – And Feel Good Again Post published by Mark Banschick M.D. on Aug 04, 2015 in Psychology Today. By Heather Edwards – Guest Blogger As I sit down to write this blog, I’m struck by … Continue reading

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10 Tips for Gaining Clarity on ANYTHING

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If you’re anything like me you struggle with staying on task.  In this immediate-gratification-digital-world it’s a challenge to sustain focus on anything for any uninterrupted amount of time. The average attention span is estimated to be about five minutes long … Continue reading

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The Ripple Effect: Your Power Source

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Among the hundreds of people I’ve coached and counseled, there’s a striking and honorable theme. It’s one that prompts people to seek support in becoming their best self.  It’s one that guides behavior, values, and wants. It motivates their reflection, … Continue reading

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5 Tips to Reclaim Your Life.

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Is ego, fear, or someone else’s vision keeping you stuck? You are the expert, master, and keeper of your life. What are your guiding philosophies?  Are you functioning from a place of blame, entitlement, lack, fear, and greed? Or from … Continue reading

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4 Steps to Bump Up Your Life

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Why is it so difficult, and so important, to know the difference between thoughts and feelings? Sometimes thoughts happen so fast that they go unnoticed.   Instead, what we experience is a pit in the stomach, a racing heart and … 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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