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Happiness

My Search To Regain My Happiness

NOTE: This is a guest blog written by the awesome-in-oh-so-many-ways Andrea Meyer! When I walked into Aidan’s classroom, he was alone, pushing a matchbox car around the carpeted floor. Clusters of kids were shaping play dough into snakes and sea […]

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What to do when you’re tired of crying

Note: What to do when you’re tired of crying – is a guest essay written by Shari Alyse I remember seeing the wall. Actually, heading right for it at top speed and consciously making the decision to deal with the […]

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My secret for quitting a bad habit

Note: This is a guest essay by Denise Barry. What does it take for you to quit a bad habit? How many of you have experienced an Aha moment – where you knew – ok -this is it – I’m going […]

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5 Simple Time Saving Tools Which Work!

True story: Lately I’ve been trying to cut down on the massive amounts of coffee I love to drink. But I’m not doing this for health reasons – but for time management issues.  These days, I often go from one […]

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Quick Positivity Tip!

Quick positivity tip… Thinking about things you cannot change is like purposefully keeping your thoughts stuck in a traffic jam. – Karen Salmansohn

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Safety

Confessions. Part 1. 1. I like to feel safe. I have a yearning to feel safe. The pop psychologist in you will say Well, Jen, that is because your dad died when you were young and all you ever want […]

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Why People in Bhutan Might Be Happier Than You

Quickie question: Why do you want lotsa money? Your most-likely answer:  So as to buy lotsa stuff – and be happy, dammit! But does more money and more stuff really lead to more happiness? “Standard of living has increased dramatically […]

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How and why to stop jumping to conclusions

How and why to stop jumping to quick conclusions… We live in a world of a million interpretations. We must resist staying stuck on just one. And especially, we must resist staying stuck on the most negative interpretation. This applies […]

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15 Life Lessons Which Fuel Me Daily

(NOTE: This is a guest blog essay by Sigrid Kjeldsen) Becoming a consciously alive human being has been this amazing, tumultuous, and impossible to stop process. It has taken me 20 years to trust this journey, to be one with […]

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