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Blue Monday: 10 Tips To Get Yourself Out Of A Rut

"Christmas is over, you've put on weight, it's cold out, it's dark out, your credit card bills are in, you're not going to get another day off until March, and you're tired. You might even be depressed. If so, you are not alone, especially not today. For today, according to one measure, is Blue Monday, the most depressing day of…

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Do You Ever Feel Like People Are Judging You?

By Guest Blogger Kelsey Ramsden Do you ever feel like people are judging you? If your answer was not yes, than clearly you are not paying attention. People ARE judging you.  All of the time. I mention judgment not to make you feel ever-more under a microscope …but to ask a question I am curious about. Do you like or dislike being judged?…

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Playing In Your Own Shit

As I was in yoga class last week, it brought me back to a story a few years back. I would like to share this story that resonated for me, especially since we just started a new year, and can therefore start with a clean slate - tabula rasa. So.... a few years ago. Yoga. Yes. I was totally into it... relaxed,…

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Settling Into A New Year

Good Morning Ladies, and Happy Monday! I wanted to check in with you, as I settle into a new year. This year was the second time I made ZERO New Years resolutions for myself. ZERO. If you know me, you what a planner, plotter and strategizer I am. But there was something that felt liberating in making no plans, no bucket…

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How A Chance Encounter With A Stranger Changed My Entire Life

Welcome to 2015!! As we embark upon a New Year, a story about finding your calling, bravely changing course, and living life on YOUR OWN terms. ~Erica By Guest Blogger Isabelle Lafleche I once lived a life that wasn’t truly my own. It all began when I decided to go to law school. I made that decision not because of any burning…

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How To Stay Healthy During The Winter Months

It's December. December, people!! When did THAT happen? Beside beautiful falling snow, winter often brings something entirely different -- flu season!  In fact, my family's skin has already faded from golden brown (summer lovin') to pale white to green-like. My boys have started their first runny noses, and you can feel the winter chill in the air fast approaching. We…

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Accepting Change: Letting Yourself Fall Into The Flow of Your Life

By Guest Blogger Jeff Keni Pulver While my current situation is not life threatening, it has been life altering. The following are my musings of dealing with a life-changing event. Imagine being in the top physical shape of your life. Years of training, rebooting your body. You changed your food habits, you had adopted exercise habits. You found yourself enjoying…

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5 Great Fall Reads!

Fall is the perfect time to cozy up under the covers and get into a great book. On this week's Global TV segment, I shared five great fall reads... I included something for every woman: fiction, non-fiction, laugh-out-loud funny, witty, heartwarming, a heart-pounding thriller. Here is the segment on five worthy reads, plus I threw in four extra honorable mentions. Let's also not…

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Fighting Depression

By Guest Blogger Liz Wiener When I was a kid, I couldn’t go to sleep unless I completed a very specific set of nightly routines. I was inexplicably terrified of water dripping from the bathroom tap, so I worked at tightening the faucet until I was sure I was safe. The bathroom light switch had to be flicked on and…

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Wisdom Wednesday: She Let Go

I saw this poem on Facebook, and wanted to share it with you. I thought it was so simple, yet so profound. Read it until the end.   She let go. She let go. Without a thought or a word, she let go. She let go of the fear. She let go of the judgments. She let go of the confluence…

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