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Promise yourself to express love in your life. Love will come back to you 10-fold.

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Jennifer Louden's picture

Bucket List Got You Down? Try a Thimble List

Bucket List Got You Down? Try a Thimble List by Jennifer Louden

I do not have a bucket list. On paper, I love the idea of it - a list of things to experience in life - and I can certainly see how such a list could motivate you to open more to wonder.

Christine Arylo's picture

Are You An Achievement Junkie?

Achievement Junkie
Why it’s so hard to stop working so hard.

I was talking to a client the other day on the phone and it happened again. The same thing that has happened to me and to practically every woman I have ever mentored. I call it “Achievers Amnesia.”

Suzanne Gelb Ph.D. J.D.'s picture

Tired Of Apologizing? Terrific! Dump That Habit.

Be Yourself

Lately, I’ve been having to make lots of decisions … where I get to express my opinion.

And lately, I’ve been getting some flack. Sometimes overt; other times, subtle.

Mostly well-intentioned, but flack none-the-less.

Morgan Sontag's picture

Discomfort Zone Living….Gulp!

comfort zone

One of my business coaches recently said that it is best to always live a little into your discomfort zone…not so far that you make yourself sick with anxiety or overwhelm, but beyond comfort’s edge, just where fear arises.

The Discomfort zone is unknown, risky territory with no way to play it safe. It’s raw, uncertain, vulnerable territory. There’s no map. No cushion, no cozy shelter…no excuse to live small or hide out.

Christine Arylo's picture

How To Find The Light Amidst The Struggle...So You Can Rise!

The day before Easter at 5am I awoke to the lunar eclipse, on the full moon, during Passover – talk about super power spiritual energy! And for two hours I watched this phenomenon, sitting on my furry yoga mat, as the light of the moon was covered in darkness so I could barely see the light, and then slowly over those two hours, the shadow began to fade and the light of the moon returned, and with a new rising sun filled up the entire sky with a pastel rainbow of colors that looked like a million easter eggs.

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How To Raise Body Confident Girls, Part 1

Children learn what they see

By: Andrea Amador

Every mother wants her daughter to grow up feeling beautiful and confident, but babies don’t come with owner’s manuals and we can only teach our girls what we know ourselves.

Melanie Bates's picture

Are Dogs & Kids Just Mirrors Of Our Own Energy?


So… my boyfriend has been insisting that we get a shock collar for the love of my life. (No way. Ever. Not gonna happen.) When I went searching for kinder options, I was floored to find myself looking in the mirror.

Sheena LaShay's picture

Love Her But Leave Her Wild

Love Her. But Leave Her Wild.

Inside every woman there lives a Magical, Wild and Glorious Siren

I insist and wholeheartedly believe that inside every woman there lives a magical, wild and glorious siren. On more than one occasion, I've been asked just what a siren is. My modern definition with mythical and historical influence, is that your siren soul is your wild, charismatic, sensual, animalistic tribal side. It’s the embodied essence of your power, your sex, your majesty and your grace. It’s the part of you that will not be denied. It’s the part of you that makes no apologies, follows your heart's desires and your curious whims. The siren in you is truly a wild and magical woman who calls forth, who manifests and who creates. She's dynamic. She's intuitive. She's intoxicating.

Steve Sisgold's picture

Checking With Your Body First For Answers - Shifting Attention From A Mental To A Physical Feeling Orientation

Body-First vs. Mind-First

Free will is the ability we have as humans to make choices that are not determined by just external circumstances. We can increase both the reach and effectiveness of our free will when we become keenly aware of where we put our attention.

Kate Northrup's picture

Where Does Courage Come From And How Do We Get Some?

Get Some Courage

I was being interviewed for a podcast last week and was asked if taking off on a road trip of indefinite length after selling all of my stuff was out of character for me, or if it was on course with my personality.

(I did, in fact, do that in 2011. It was called The Freedom Tour, and it led to me marrying Mike. Best decision of my life.)

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