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Finding a New Path When You’re Attached to the Old and Scared of Failing

“All endings are just beginnings. We just don’t know it yet.” ~Mitch Albom

The difficulty of finding, let alone staying on a path was brought to mind recently when I got lost in a maze at a children’s amusement park. …

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Authenticity Requires Knowing Your Strengths. Do You Know Yours?

The Self Improvement Blog | Self Esteem | Self Confidence

How do we know who our own authentic self is? A starting place is to determine what we believe, what our

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The Get Fit Workout Plan: Avoiding Miststeps, Mistakes, and Past Frustrations

Guess what? Odds are your workout plan isn't designed for your body. This 3-step assessment (and sample plans) will personalize your approach for faster progress, fewer injuries, and better results.

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Quinoa and White Bean Risotto with Brassicas

One of the things that excites me most about food, besides eating it, is the sharing of ideas and inspiration. One recipe could lead to 100’s of variations which in return, could lead to 100’s of more variations. There’s an element of play, which I always encourage. Today I’m sharing a recipe from a blogger [...]

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What do you do about “Mind Spam”?

The Self Improvement Blog | Self Esteem | Self Confidence

We often see ads for Spam—the canned meat product. We are not talking about it. Spam in your email is a common

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Humanizing Difficult People for Self Improvement

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Based on my experiences, difficult people can give surprises. It is when I do not have any more expectations towards them, they suddenly give me what I need the most at that specific time. Appreciation. Friendship. Apologies. Networks. Opening new doors. Comfort. It is not uncommon that difficult people are the ones who remind me of my beautiful characteristics. So, take as many rests as you need, and may be try again tomorrow.

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Your First Colonoscopy! What to Expect

Whee! Time for a Tube Up Your Tuchus! image: wikimedia commons By Crabby McSlackerSo, some perspective here: for people with serious illnesses who’ve been through hardcore, painful, debilitating, invasive medical procedures? A colonoscopy is probably child’s play. (Although let’s be clear, that’s just an expression. If your child actually plays …

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Love Hurts: Buddhist Advice for the Heartbroken – Interview and Book Giveaway

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When you’re dealing with heartbreak, it can feel like the pain will never go away.

You may know, intellectually, that everything heals with time, …

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Vegetarian Picnic Recipes

When I was in college, at the first sight of spring, we would haul all our books out into the grass and stay there for hours. Coming out of the Chicago winter meant that anything 60 (with sun) felt amazing (even though we probably looked a bit out there in shorts!) And of course, I’d [...]

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“Making Every Moment Count” with Marianne Pestana

The Self Improvement Blog | Self Esteem | Self Confidence

New books are published every day.  Sometimes we see advertisements about them, get information about them in email or get

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