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Robert O. Williams is coming back to The Self Improvement Show this Thursday

The Self Improvement Blog | Self Esteem | Self Confidence

Robert O. Williams is coming back. He had so much of interest in the first interview, and we received so much positive feedback, that he’s coming back. We didn’t have a chance to get into the meat of his book. For example, he states, “Our current times are full of immense suffering and cruelty simultaneous […]

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Millet Polenta with Romesco

One of the reasons I tout cooking in small batches of components is because it makes meals super simple and fast. Take for example, this romesco polenta. It seems like I always have romesco on hand (it’s a favorite in our house) and this millet polenta is fast to whip up or reheat. Combine the [...]

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How Embracing My Sexuality Helped Cure My Need to People Please

“If you are busy pleasing everyone, you are not being true to yourself.” ~Jocelyn Murray

The love I felt for her wasn’t like the romantic love our culture idealizes in books or movies. There was no moment where I knew …

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Are you having a break or a breakdown?

So often in my life I have felt like I’m failing when I’ve actually been taking a break. After college I had various odd jobs and every night I read books. I read a book a night for a while. I used to ignore that part of my story — glossing over it and skipping...

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Millet Polenta | Cooking Component

When I was writing The Homemade Flour Cookbook, I stepped far outside my comfort zone. I had worked for a year at a bakery and for a solid part of that time, was the sole baker in their dedicated gluten-free kitchen. Thanks to this experience, I was no stranger to all of these flours. But [...]

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How to Make Anxiety A Lot Less Painful

“You are not a mess. You are a feeling person in a messy world.” ~Glennon Doyle Melton

Anxiety can be hardwired and genetic. It can be passed down from generation to generation. It can be a result of trauma and …

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How to Be a Happier Person

The Self Improvement Blog | Self Esteem | Self Confidence

How to be a happier person is a challenging question that many people pose. This is because the personal definitions of happiness differ from person-to-person and because happiness is determined by a number of varying factors including thoughts, actions, circumstances, and genetics. Even taking all of this into account, you can achieve happiness. It is […]

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What It Means to Be Loyal to Yourself and Why We All Need to Do It

“This above all: to thine own self be true. And it must follow, as night the day, thou canst not then be false to any man.” ~William Shakespeare

A little while ago, a friend gave me a compliment that …

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Authors Share A Distinctive Piece For Children: Charlotte Speaks

Authors Share A Distinctive Piece For Children: Charlotte Speaks

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Sesame Green Beans with Quinoa and Eggs

Here it is, my last full on summer recipe. My kitchen is starting the transition to fall and thus, so is the site. One of the beautiful things about living in the California valley is that summer produce continues on for some time (we’re still knee-deep in tomatoes). Yet, the weather is definitely feeling more [...]

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