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meQuilibrium

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Life Is a Bowl of Cherries (So Eat It Up)

meQuilibrium | July 26, 2014 | Healthy Living
Summer fruits and vegetables are the great, immediate, delicious -- and fleeting -- luxury of this season. It would be wonderful to bite into a fresh-off-the-tree juicy peach when February drags on. But seasonal food gives you a chance to savor the present moment, knowing full well it will end.
Kitty Appel

6 Things I've Decided To Stop Stressing About

Kitty Appel | July 26, 2014 | Healthy Living
To us high school students, everything feels like the absolute be-all and end-all. And I'll be the first to admit that I stress about the smallest things. But, after interning for Healthy Living I've realized I haven't taken any measures to try to alleviate that stress. So I'm starting now with a few things I've decided are just not worth my anxiety.
Kathleen Buckstaff

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When I Took Off My Rose-Colored Glasses

Kathleen Buckstaff | July 25, 2014 | GPS for the Soul
I learned a lot from having a rose beside me all week. I made time to see the good in life. I remembered that I have thorns and to use them when needed. And I told myself again and again that it is my job to stand tall in the light.
Howard Falco

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The Power of a Present Mind in Sports and in Life

Howard Falco | July 25, 2014 | Sports
A present mind is the doorway to the most powerful state of personal creation. However, to get there, each person going after their dream must be willing to self-reflect and make the necessary changes to become this new version of themselves.
Michele Serros

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An Unexpected Heirloom

Michele Serros | July 25, 2014 | Women
An hour? To choose a wedding dress for the biggest day of your life? Unheard of. After all, one's wedding dress symbolizes a milestone, having great potential in becoming a family heirloom.
Prasanna Ranganathan

The Yellow Brick Road of Happiness: It's in the Journey

Prasanna Ranganathan | July 25, 2014 | Healthy Living
What many have discovered, and what I have glimpses of from time to time, is that lasting happiness is virtually impossible when it is tied to arriving at a destination. At the end of the day, it's all in the journey. That is the sweet spot. That is where true happiness lies.
Michelle Ghilotti Mandel

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There Is No Right Way, Just Write

Michelle Ghilotti Mandel | July 25, 2014 | Women
To anyone who wants to be in many places at once, write. To everyone who doesn't think they're a "good writer," write. To those wanting to connect to their soul and inner wisdom, write.
Michael Feeley

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How Well Does Gratitude Work for You?

Michael Feeley | July 25, 2014 | Healthy Living
Any situation can be turned around or reframed and made into a benefit or an advantage. What do you think has a better effect on you -- being resentment or grateful? Being negative and nasty or positive and helpful?
Hans Hickler

So Watch the Thought and Its Ways With Care

Hans Hickler | July 25, 2014 | Healthy Living
How we think leads us to the actions we take. The actions we take define us -- our character is defined by our actions. We control our character!
Michael Finkelstein, MD

Healthy Family, Healthy You

Michael Finkelstein, MD | July 25, 2014 | Healthy Living
Remember: The whole point of getting well is enjoying our time on this planet, and harmonious relationships are key to our overall health. When we nourish our family relationships, we ultimately nourish ourselves.
Kate McClanaghan

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If It's Meant to Be

Kate McClanaghan | July 25, 2014 | Healthy Living
All the perseverance, promotion, and patience required of you, beyond what anyone might have initially considered acceptable, would certainly surprise the average man on the street. But then maybe that's the whole point. To stand out, you have to stand up.
Kipp Friedman

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Am I Crazy For Getting a Puppy?

Kipp Friedman | July 25, 2014 | Healthy Living
Yes, call me crazy but we are ready for a new pup in our life -- potty training, sleep deprivation and all.
Allison Renner

When You're In a Good Relationship, You Learn These 10 Things

Allison Renner | July 25, 2014 | Women
Don't expect your partner to read your mind, or to bring you breakfast in bed, or to offer to wash the dishes. It's not going to happen. You can't expect anything from anyone -- you have to make your desires known.
Dennis Merritt Jones

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The Ripple Effect of You...

Dennis Merritt Jones | July 25, 2014 | GPS for the Soul
Have you ever thought of yourself as a pebble? Metaphorically speaking, on the "pond of life" that is exactly what you are when you consider those who are affected by the ripple effect of your thoughts, deeds, and actions.
Panache Desai

Three Big Steps to Illuminating the Real You

Panache Desai | July 25, 2014 | GPS for the Soul
Looking to the outside world and seeking the approval of others does not bring authenticity, but discovering your soul's truest expression certainly will. Here are three steps to honor your unique gifts, ignite your soul signature, and illuminate the real you.
Bridgette White

Exposed by My Children for What I Really Look Like

Bridgette White | July 25, 2014 | Parents
My default mode is to see and focus on my flaws and imperfections. I'm starting to see a bit more.
Kristi Ling

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When Your Heart Says, 'Hell No!' -- How to Step Out of a Bad Situation

Kristi Ling | July 24, 2014 | Healthy Living
Let go of what's not working. Be brave enough to move on. Make bold choices. It's okay if they're last minute, split second, or otherwise -- as long as you're following your inner-voice. Be audacious enough to ask the driver to stop the bus so you can jump off and see what adventures are waiting for you.
Chris Deaver

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Why Being You Rocks

Chris Deaver | July 24, 2014 | Healthy Living
Create a purpose that gets you up in the morning and makes you dream dreams at night. Ground your goals in service so you become a force of nature, lifting yourself and others to higher levels than you've ever been before, innovating everything in your life to become more uniquely powerful in the universe.
Grete DeAngelo

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I Hope My Kids Will Always Be Able to Look Up to Me

Grete DeAngelo | July 24, 2014 | Parents
"Mommy, I don't want to grow taller than you. I always want to be able to look up to you," my tween son told me last night. I'm sure he meant that literally, but I couldn't help but take the message as a figurative one. Can I be a mom who will always be worth looking up to?
Jodi B. Katzman

Grand Jury Duty Stalled My Life -- But Helped Me Find Solitude

Jodi B. Katzman | July 24, 2014 | Women
When was the last time you were seated in a room with a group of people for hours on end, and no one -- not one single person --- stole periodic glances at their mobile devices? If you can't remember when, then I can only surmise it's been a long time since you served on jury duty!
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