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Alexandra Harra

7 Flaws That Make You Absolutely Amazing

Alexandra Harra | March 1, 2015 | Healthy Living
Be simple in your intentions. It's a lot of fun to live a fast-paced, flamboyant life, but remember to slow things once in a while. Living simply reminds us of our true reasons and roots us in purpose.
Susan Pearse

The 5 Fears Successful People Kick to the Curb

Susan Pearse | March 1, 2015 | Healthy Living
Learning and growth is at its peak when you are out of your comfort zone. If you don't learn to fail, you'll fail to learn. And learning is a precursor to success in any form.
Bill Donius

10 Steps to Fight Inertia

Bill Donius | February 28, 2015 | Business
If so, here are 10 actions you can take to dislodge your organization from its conventional thinking rut.
Phillip M. Miner

Life Coach Zachary Koval Discusses Finding Personal Acceptance Through His Queerness

Phillip M. Miner | February 28, 2015 | Gay Voices
Zachary Koval is a busy man: He's a personal trainer and life coach, primarily helping people with coming out or switching to a plant-based diet. We sat down to chat on a cold New York afternoon.
James Clear

Habit Stacking: How to Build New Habits by Taking Advantage of Old Ones

James Clear | February 27, 2015 | Healthy Living
You have patterns and behaviors that have been strengthened over years. By linking your new habits to a cycle that is already built into your brain, you make it more likely that you'll stick to the new behavior.
Andi Wickman

5 Ways for Moms to Practice Forgiveness

Andi Wickman | February 27, 2015 | Parents
We all have some part of us that needs forgiving in order to heal, but for some reason, most of us fight it with all we have.
Scott Dannemiller

Busy Is a Sickness

Scott Dannemiller | February 27, 2015 | Parents
So my prayer today is this. That I stop defining myself by my doing, and start defining myself by my being. That I stop measuring time by the clock on the wall, and start measuring it by the experiences I share with those around me. And that I stop seeing my life as "busy," and instead, see it for what it truly is. Full.
Hwansan Sunim

How to Meditate While Walking

Hwansan Sunim | February 27, 2015 | Healthy Living
What we need to understand in the context of active Son meditation, however, is that when we meditate while walking, it's not a meditation about walking. There is no contemplative study of the physical act of walking. And it's not slow either.
Amy Morin

Work Smarter, Not Harder by Breaking Your Counterproductive Bad Habits

Amy Morin | February 27, 2015 | Healthy Living
While ignoring your bad habits may help you feel good initially, that avoidance will eventually catch up to you. When you don't address the unproductive and unhealthy things you're doing alongside your good habits, you'll stagnate.
Monica Stevens-Kirby

What Happened When I Broke Up With Anxiety

Monica Stevens-Kirby | February 27, 2015 | Healthy Living
I'm no expert, but of all the things I've given up, anxiety is my best so far. I sleep at night. I remember to eat. I listen for my laughter in movement and my strength in stillness. I am dating Mindfulness. I think Mindfulness is The One. I'm okay with all of this, all of me.

Ensuring a Peaceful Death for a Loved One

Sadhguru | February 27, 2015 | GPS for the Soul
When you see the dead are not treated with respect, something within you shakes. Not because you have to treat a body with respect, but because he is exiting slowly. It does not matter how that person lived, at least his death must happen well. Every human being must have that much intention to allow others to die gracefully.
Erin Joy Henry

7 Ways to Your Dream Body Right Now

Erin Joy Henry | February 27, 2015 | Healthy Living
We are all susceptible to negative self-talk, but the quicker we can learn to shift those thoughts back to the positive track the more we will stay on course to truly show up shining for every moment in our lives.
Meg Owen

A Letter to the New Big Sister

Meg Owen | February 27, 2015 | Parents
Your little sister smiles from ear to ear when she sees your face, and always looks for you when she hears your voice. Even though I'm her mommy, I have a feeling that you're her favorite person.
Amy Alabaster

Do We Drink More Than We Think?

Amy Alabaster | February 27, 2015 | Healthy Living
I embarked on a "Sober February" challenge with two girlfriends anyway after we all were forced to admit that a detox was in order, especially following a particularly social past few months. I certainly love a glass of wine now and then, but I figured it would be a breeze. Wow, was I wrong.
Wendy Reese

When a Cold Isn't Just a Cold

Wendy Reese | February 27, 2015 | Healthy Living
Breaking through upper limit problems require you to show up and keep showing up fully, no matter how scary or challenging it may be. When you become aware of hitting your upper limit, pivot. Be willing to look at the real issue.
Jenn Hand

You Know Everything About Nutrition. So Why Are You Still Overeating?

Jenn Hand | February 27, 2015 | Healthy Living
Can you find the happy medium between what's "healthy" and what's not? It's important to find your balance in the food realm. You need to allow yourself to eat the "bad" things sometimes and have it be okay. That takes some practice, but giving yourself the permission is half the battle.
Kayla Matthews

Why You Should Daydream More (In 3 Minutes)

Kayla Matthews | February 27, 2015 | Healthy Living
Accept your daydreams and try not to constantly push them away. Sometimes, they can help you through an issue, or at least give you a break from the challenges that have you stumped.
Janelle Ann McCarthy

How It Feels to Have a Panic Attack

Janelle Ann McCarthy | February 27, 2015 | Healthy Living
It's like one by one, each and every stimulus around you takes over your mind and body. One by one, a sound or a feeling or a visual will become so engulfing that that one stimulus becomes your entire reality. That one thing becomes every thought that goes through your mind and every physical and emotional feeling you have.
Lisa Firestone

How to Find Your Happiness

Lisa Firestone | February 27, 2015 | Healthy Living
Despite what we may believe, quite often, we are not really seeking our own happiness at all. Many of us don't know ourselves well enough to conceptualize what we actually want. We conform to the notions and ideals of our society, our family and other influences that can drown out our own point of view.
Noah St. John

The Greatest Luxury of All

Noah St. John | February 27, 2015 | GPS for the Soul
In the crush of our Information Overload Age, the greatest luxury isn't money. It isn't fame. It isn't even attention. It's time. When was the last time you took a walk in nature? Curled up with a really good book? Turned off your smart...
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