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Why I Am Grateful My Brother Got Hit By A Car

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hit by a car

It’s a strange statement when I say “I’m glad my brother was hit by a car.” Let me tell you how it all went down and I think you will understand. “Please be awake. Something bad happened”  I remember I glanced at the clock on my phone. It was only 6:00am. I had several missed […]

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Speaking Your Truth Even When It Feels Painful and Shameful

“Vulnerability sounds like truth and feels like courage. Truth and courage aren’t always comfortable, but they’re never weakness.” ~Brené Brown

I was sexually assaulted my senior year of college. Shortly after, I received a hefty check in the mail from …

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5 Great Ways to Improve Your Mental Health

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Regardless what you do or where you are in life, your mental health or the stress that you receive can fix or ruin your current situation. Even if you’re in a healthy relationship and a have a job that you’ve always wanted, you might feel under a lot of stress, and no logical course of […]

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What My Dog Taught Me About Self-Acceptance

“Because one accepts oneself, the whole world accepts him or her.” ~Lao Tzu

We all have recorded messages playing in our heads, from long ago.

Listen to parents talking to young children. Often the message is less than approving.

“Don’t …

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168 Hours: What I’ve Learned Tracking Every 15 Minutes of My Week

For the past two weeks I’ve been tracking every 15 minute interval of my life. I’ve borrowed this time-tracking practice from Laura Vanderkam, who writes helpful books including 168 Hours, which outlines the practice in a lot of detail.

One of Laura’s principles is that “you have more time than you think.” Through her research, she’s found that most people who claim to work more than 50 hours a week tend to over report their work hours, sometimes dramatically so. In other words, a lot of the time they think they’re working, they’re not. It’s not just that their priorities are out of order; they also waste a lot of time.

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Is the Mind Relaxing on Vacation, a part of Self-Improvement?

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Earth is a wellspring of astonishing places and fascinating cultures. It is such a shame that we only have one life to explore everything that’s out there. There is a bundle of new experiences, feelings and human behaviors waiting just behind the door. It is not that type of travel that you luxuriously do in […]

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The Top 7 Reasons We Stay in Bad Relationships

“Some of us think that holding on makes us strong; but sometimes it is letting go.” ~Hermann Hesse

She knew it sooner than I did. And more intensely than I did.

I, on the other hand, may have considered our …

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Life Lessons from a Wanderer: From Lost Boy, to Carnie, to U.S. Marine

“Yesterday I was clever, so I wanted to change the world. Today I am wise, so I am changing myself.” ~Rumi                                                                                                                                                 

How did this happen?

I remember the wind tearing at the walls of my tent, bending the humble, graphite …

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Is Father’s Day Important to Men?

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Father's Day

Is Father’s Day important to men. Yes. Because it is the only  Show Your Man Some Appreciation Day Men want to be appreciated more than you think. Father’s day by itself is not really a big deal for most men if you ask us. However we are men, so don’t expect us to talk much […]

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Perspective Coloring Page from Tiny Buddha’s Worry Journal

Hi friends! We're now less than two weeks away from the launch date for Tiny Buddha's Worry Journal. As you may have noticed, I've been sharing some of the coloring pages over the past few weeks, all colored by …

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