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Your Most Embarrassing Fitness Questions Answered by a Fitness Guru

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If you follow fitness trainers or enthusiasts on Instagram, we are besieged by women at the gym who look supremely confident, airbrushed and without a bead of sweat. The reality is, most of us don’t look or smell our best after a tough workout.  Not everyone is comfortable walking into a class of strangers in […]

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We Get to Define Our Experiences and Decide What We Take from Them

“When something bad happens you have three choices. You can let it define you, let it destroy you, or you can let it strengthen you.” ~Unknown

It’s massively important how we define our world and the experiences we have in …

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3 Inspiring Creative Works for Mindfulness, Peace, and Joy

As you may recall, I recently invited creators of all kinds to share their work to be featured in the “Community Creations” section on the site.

Given that I’ve been reconnecting with the power and joy of creativity

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5 Ways to Better Accomplish Your Health Goals

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Improving your health can be an amazing goal to have and there can be many ways to accomplish it. Depending on where you are starting from and what your end goal is, you may have to take multiple different steps to reach your optimum level of health. Luckily, there are a few strategies that can […]

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How to Push Through Phases of Uncertainty

“I beg you, to have patience with everything unresolved in your heart and to try to love the questions themselves as if they were locked rooms or books written in a very foreign language. Don’t search for the answers, which

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Fighting Chronic Fatigue Naturally: 5 Scientifically Backed Remedies

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chronic fatigue syndrome

The night has become as bright as day. Dark corners of the Earth are thoroughly illuminated by the LED lights and neon glazed signs. Quite expectedly, people have started their long day’s journey into the night by extending their living habits into the witching hour. This also means that their bodies are constantly flooded in […]

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How to Break Free from the Past and Start Feeling Good Enough

“My biggest fear is that I’m not good enough. I have this voice in my head that I’ve been battling for years that says, ‘You’re not really talented enough. You don’t really deserve this.’ ” ~Rachel Platten

When we’re continually …

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Health Resources for Veterans: Where Are We Now?

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health resources for veterans

Veterans deserve our gratitude for all they do to keep us safe. Our appreciation should extend far beyond Veterans Day  — as in, year-round. And most importantly, it should include better, more comprehensive healthcare. Veterans have unique health needs. From those with mental health issues to elderly and disabled veterans, their healthcare coverage should address […]

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Beyond Sorry: A Better Way to Handle Conflict in Your Relationship

“Sorry isn’t always enough. Sometimes you actually have to change.” ~Unknown

When I was young I was like every other kid, always in and out of trouble. I pushed the boundaries of what was acceptable in order to see what …

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5 New Year’s Resolutions for a Brighter Financial Future

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It’s a familiar predicament for many: we start the new year off steadfast to our resolution to become better with money, only to fall back on our same old habits a few months later. If this sounds like you, don’t worry, you’re not alone. According to a survey by Inc, only about 8 percent of […]

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