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How Changing Your Mattress Can Improve Your Health

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The necessity of a good night’s sleep to one’s health has been proven time and time again. Sometimes, when encountering consistent sleep interruption, one can make the simplest of changes to enhance his or her sleep. A bedtime routine that includes such things as retiring in a cool, dark room can contribute to a person […]

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Free Up Your Space: Two Simple Questions for Easy Decluttering

“Owning less is better than organizing more.” ~Joshua Becker

There are lots of reasons to declutter—to free up space, to pare down belongings in advance of a move, to release any possessions that weigh you down emotionally, and to make …

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Take a Year Off: Develop Yourself, Become the Best You

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There is a thought that as soon as you graduate high school, you need to immediately move forward into college. As times have changed, so has this idea. There are more and more students taking something called a “gap year” after high school before they move into college. This is when you take the year […]

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Courage is a Most Powerful Virtue

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When I was little about eight years old, my parents would occasionally ask me to sing a song or recite a poem in front of my dad’s friends who came over for evening snacks. Before singing, my mom would smile and tell me to sing from my heart without any fear. She wanted me to […]

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Seven Careers That Keep You Moving

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People routinely pay hundreds per year for gym memberships, not knowing that they could actually get a workout and get paid at the same time. Some jobs out there will keep you active all day long, and will even pay you for things you’re already doing. Another benefit of active jobs is that you’ll generally […]

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How to Chill Out When You Have No Chill

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Has anyone ever told you that you need to chill out? Have you ever asked yourself, “Wow, I really need to relax”?  If so, it might be time to take a closer look at your habits and make a change. So how do you chill out when you have no chill? Finding calm and balance […]

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9 Major Signs Of Poor Nutrition

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The human body needs the essential nutrients to sustain optimal functioning. These include carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins, and minerals.  As they are not produced within the body, one needs to consume them externally. When you do not eat a balanced diet you will most likely show signs of poor nutrition. Before getting into the signs […]

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It’s Not Selfish to Want to Thrive, and I Now Know I Deserve It

“To create more positive results in your life, replace ‘if only’ with ‘next time.” ~Celestine Chua

I’m twenty-nine-and-a-half and I’ve finally committed to pursuing my dreams of becoming a singer/musician/songwriter, actress, and screenwriter.

But most importantly, I finally feel allowed …

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My Life with an Alcoholic Parent (and 6 Addiction Myths)

“Be the person who breaks the cycle. If you were judged, choose understanding. If you were rejected, choose acceptance. If you were shamed, choose compassion. Be the person you needed when you were hurting, not the person who hurt you.

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Tips for Travelling in Style and Comfort

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Nothing captures the moment more than a well-shot photo. It means that when you are traveling, a good camera is a must. You also need to look the part even when you have been on the road for hours. Even though comfort when traveling is essential, there is no reason why you should not be […]

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