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Sophie Hannah Davis

12 Things You Should Do in Your 20s

Sophie Hannah Davis | May 30, 2016 | Women
Your 20s are your selfish years and it's a decade where you immerse yourself in everything around you and the world out there. Ensure you are selfish with your time, look after yourself, pay attention to your mental health and love the people who are important to you.
Alyssa Ramos

My Memorial Day Tribute to Someone Who Told Me to Travel

Alyssa Ramos | May 30, 2016 | Travel
I've traveled around the world with my grandfather's Ex-Prisoner of War hat with me, since he passed away last August. I know how proud he was to wear that hat, so it makes me proud to not only honor him as a POW/MIA, but to honor one of the last things he said to me.
Jacqueline Dooley

How Getting a Puppy Helped My Terminally Ill Teen

Jacqueline Dooley | May 30, 2016 | Parents
I realize this could've gone either way -- Roo could've added a lot more stress to our already stressed household than joy -- but we got lucky. (Or maybe it was more than luck . Maybe the universe finally threw us a bone.)
Tom Morris

Another Big Mistake in North Carolina

Tom Morris | May 29, 2016 | GPS for the Soul
In Wilmington, North Carolina, a local man with two children in a public elementary school recently noticed that there seemed to be some racial discrimination behind certain policies at the school, and he spoke up. As a result of his concern and action, he can no longer set foot on...
Tajci Cameron

When a Career Change Brings Limitless Possibilities

Tajci Cameron | May 28, 2016 | GPS for the Soul
My husband, who drove us through the night on our way from Nashville to North Dakota, woke me up to look at the gorgeous Wisconsin sunrise. We had done this a thousand times during our 15 years of touring with...
Kay Tacke Morse

Life is Simple: Eat, Sleep, Swim, Repeat

Kay Tacke Morse | May 28, 2016 | Healthy Living
Life, truly, is simple. Eat for fuel and joy. Sleep to restore and dream. Swim to transform your body and soul. Repeat.
Pam Bauer

The Secret to Making Memories: Stop Trying to Make Memories

Pam Bauer | May 28, 2016 | Healthy Living
There is an irony about trying to make memories: that we will not really know the value of a moment until it becomes a memory.
Jack Choros

Why Staying Motivated Really Is Half the Battle

Jack Choros | May 28, 2016 | Healthy Living
Nothing of value can be achieved or accomplished without being properly motivated to reach your goals. Without motivation, you are destined to fall short. That's why in this world, staying motivated is half the battle.
OSHOtimes

Don't Hide Your Wounds If You Want To Heal

OSHOtimes | May 27, 2016 | India
Don't go on pretending and laughing while your heart is crying. Don't smile if your eyes are full of tears. Don't be inauthentic, because by being inauthentic you are simply protecting your wounds from being healed. Your whole being will become rotten.
Antara Ganguli

The Clarity Of Dying

Antara Ganguli | May 27, 2016 | India
My father is dying. I watch him in his hospital bed, his face alternately contorted in pain and peacefully asleep. He has lost 10 kilos in the last year. The needles leave dents in his skin and every day, another machine wheels in and clicks on, taking another part of my father. I look for clarity everywhere. In newspapers, in magazines, in books, in the Gita, the Dhammapada, the Bible, the Koran. But I don't understand any of them.
Brad Yates

"If Only" - (All the reasons why you can't...)

Brad Yates | May 27, 2016 | GPS for the Soul
Too often we talk ourselves out of improving our lives by convincing ourselves that something has happened (or hasn't happened) that has created a permanent barrier to things being the way we'd really like them. Please challenge that notion... If you are new to tapping, it will be beneficial to also watch the first episode in the "Tap Out Your Fears" series -- which explains the basics of EFT -- click here. As with any of my tapping videos, this is an abbreviated process for releasing uncomfortable feelings and enhancing good ones. Some folks may find their fear dissolve after just one tapping session, but for others, it will take some repetition, bringing the discomfort down little by little each time. (Still others may uncover specific issues that are best addressed directly with a wellness practitioner.) In any event, this brief video should help at least take the edge off the discomfort, freeing you up to enjoy life much more. Let us know how it helped you! For a picture of the tapping points -- and more info on EFT -- click here. Tapping can sometimes bring up long-buried emotions, which is why I state that, before tapping along, folks must take full responsibility for their own well-being. For more information about that, please read this disclaimer. Until next time, feel free to tap along with any of the many videos I have on YouTube or the many recordings I have at www.TapWithBrad.com. For EFT with kids, please visit: www.TheWizardsWish.com. For more by Brad Yates, click...
John David Mann

The Empty Room

John David Mann | May 28, 2016 | GPS for the Soul
When I turned 17, I began doing something odd: every few weeks, I would take everything out of my room. Bed and bedding, cello and chairs, stereo, bureaus, bookshelves. Everything. Completely empty the room. And then bring it all back in again -- only with everything now in a different...
Tree Franklyn

An Open Letter to Everyone Who's Ever Called Me Too Sensitive

Tree Franklyn | May 27, 2016 | GPS for the Soul
Dear Not-Too-Sensitive One, You know who you are. My whole life, you've told me I'm too sensitive. I need to toughen up. I feel too much. I care too much. I love too much. I know you tell me these things...
Dr. Travis Bradberry

9 Bad Habits You Must Break to Be More Productive

Dr. Travis Bradberry | May 30, 2016 | Business
Some of these habits may seem minor, but they add up. Most amount to a personal choice between immediate pleasures and lasting ones. After all, the worst habit is losing track of what really matters to you.
Dr. Travis Bradberry

8 Habits of Incredibly Interesting People

Dr. Travis Bradberry | May 29, 2016 | GPS for the Soul
There are several habits that many interesting people have in common. Sometimes these habits form naturally, but they are more often than not the result of conscious effort. Here's what interesting people do to make themselves engaging, unusual, and hypnotizing.
Dr. Travis Bradberry

9 Things You Do That Make You Less Likeable

Dr. Travis Bradberry | May 29, 2016 | GPS for the Soul
When you build your awareness of how your actions are received by other people, you pave the way to becoming more likeable.
Tristan Harris

How Technology Hijacks People's Minds

Tristan Harris | May 28, 2016 | Technology
We need our smartphones, notifications screens and web browsers to be exoskeletons for our minds and interpersonal relationships that put our values, not our impulses, first. People's time is valuable. And we should protect it with the same rigor as privacy and other digital rights.
Kerrie L Cooper

Share Your Truth (More Human, Continued)

Kerrie L Cooper | May 27, 2016 | GPS for the Soul
When I was going through the most challenging times in my life, I wanted nothing more than to read something -- anything -- from someone who had been there before me and had come out the other side in one piece. And then there were the...
Lauren Casper

My Friend Fed My Daughter When She Couldn't Feed Hers

Lauren Casper | May 27, 2016 | Parents
I remember feeling the weight of deep sadness and enormous gratitude all at once. You see, Sarah wasn't going to be able to use her breastmilk because the baby girl she was carrying wasn't expected to live very long after birth.
Daphne C Spyropoulos

Egoism Unstigmatized: Being Before Doing

Daphne C Spyropoulos | May 27, 2016 | GPS for the Soul
In my opinion, everyone is right and everyone is wrong. But choosing to reject negatives all together just to shield myself from feelings of self doubt or embracing the positives as an ego boost means no evolution.
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