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Christine Arylo's picture

Are You Trying To Do Too Much?

WATCH THIS VIDEO TO SEE HOW YOU ARE PUTTING PRESSURE ON YOURSELF BY HAVING TOO MUCH ON YOUR PLATE, AND THEN KEEP WATCHING & WE’LL TAKE THE PRESSURE OFF TOGETHER!

As a recovering over-doer, I have to constantly be on the watch out for trying to stuff more in a day or week than possible. Which means having to make choices to either 1. Release or 2. Retime things that my mind doesn’t like, but that my soul is calling out for. Because the truth is…

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Jennifer Boykin's picture

Hold V. Fold: A Guide To Strategic Surrender

Hold vs. Fold

When you’re stuck, it’s usually because you’re holding on to all the wrong things.  Many women get confused about this.  We were raised in a “make something happen” culture.  The problem with this, of course, is that it really, really works.

Until it doesn’t.

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Leslee Horner's picture

Where Life Begins

fear

"Life begins where fear ends." -Osho

I saw this quote on a meme a long time ago.  It was attached to a picture of a ladybug holding onto a dandelion seed flying through the air.  I pinned it on my pinterest page so I could later paint my own rendition of the ladybug-on-a-dandelion-seed.  At the time I didn't pay a lot of attention to the quote. 

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Bernie Siegel MD's picture

Today's Prescription For The Soul - Titantic

surviving

It is preoccupation with possessions, more than anything else, 
that prevents us from living freely and nobly.
- Bertrand Russell

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Anonymous's picture

The Comparison Trap

Comparison
Comparison Shopping

I silently stand still in the market aisle, scanning shelves, reading labels, comparing prices per whatever unfitting unit is labeled. They measure this by that? I know what they're trying to do.

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Kelly Seal's picture

Why It's Better When Things Aren't Perfect

When things aren't perfect

By: Kelly Seal

I admit it - I’m a perfectionist. This characteristic has served me well in many respects, especially in my career, but it’s also been the source of a lot of unnecessary anguish.

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Stacey Curnow's picture

How To Create A Miracle (Or How NOT To Make Decisions)

How to Create a Miracle (or How NOT to Make Decisions)

I’ve been working on a hypothesis of what goes into creating a miracle because I experienced something pretty miraculous back in February.

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Abby McDonald's picture

Spring Cleaning For The Mind Is So Necessary

Spring Cleaning

Imagine having a messy, roommate living in your Mind.

Your lovely, roomie chatters incessantly, plays loud music, buys stuff she doesn't need, lives in excessive clutter, she's an "Expert" on all topics, yaps in your ear constantly, until you can't even hear yourself speak.

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Lessons From A Recovering "Loneliness Addict"

solitude

By: Mariel Boldis

Have you ever heard the phrase, “Even in a crowded room full of people, you have never felt so alone?”

I certainly have. I have also lived every word of this phrase in my younger tween years going into my early adult life.

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