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I Had a Rough Day! Let Me Tell You All About It

When you’ve had a rough day, do you ever vent or complain to your family or friends? Maybe you had to deal with a difficult customer, or there was a frustrating meeting, or you just had too [...]

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Do You Ever Suffer a Loss of Brainpower? Here’s what not to do

I recently found out that my Facebook account had been hacked, and someone had started a campaign that was charging my PayPal and credit card $250 a day. And I was locked out of my Facebook [...]

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Misunderstandings and Hurt Feelings – The role of our survival instinct

We just bought a popup camper! Yay! Since we’ve always used a tent, I’m looking forward to a more luxurious and comfortable experience. But we have a lot to learn. For example, my [...]

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What Does It Mean to Be Thoughtfully Fit? Starting with Flexibility

Today I’m super excited to bring you a peek into an amazing new book written by one of the wisest, most insightful, kind, and inspiring people I know, Darcy Luoma. Her book, Thoughtfully [...]

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What if Life Is Like a Favorite Vacation?

Where would you go and what would you do for your most favorite vacation if anything were possible? Now imagine you’re finally there! You’re immersed in your favorite surroundings and [...]

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What Do You Like About Yourself?

It was the end of yoga class and we were in the traditional Savasana pose, laying on our backs, relaxing from our workout. As I was settling in, the instructor said, “Take a moment to thank [...]

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Lessons from a Hummingbird – Overriding Our Survival Instinct

The other day I noticed a hummingbird had found its way into our garage. It was frantically flitting along the ceiling, desperately trying to find a way to get out, but without success. It [...]

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We were driving down a four-lane highway on our way to an appointment. My husband was at the wheel. As he pulled over in the left lane to pass another driver, he commented on the long line of [...]

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How to Make Disagreements Less Disagreeable – Start with Connection

I don’t like conflict. And as I learn more about myself, I’m not surprised. For example, I’ve learned that my top saboteurs are the Avoider and Pleaser, and that my Everything [...]

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A Story that Touched My Heart and Deepened My Gratitude – My 4-Year-Old Guru

This morning, I found a newsletter in my email that included an article called My 4-Year-Old Guru, written by David Romanelli. I was quickly sucked into the story. (It has a happy ending.) David [...]