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Zucchini Bake with Farro and Ricotta

Post sponsored by Bob’s Red Mill. See below for more details. The first couple of weeks after having a baby were interesting. I wanted to cook but at the same time I was exhausted and figuring out everything new that came with motherhood. Luckily my mom was here, shopping and cooking for us. My first [...]

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Understanding Your Child’s Unique Personality

The Self Improvement Blog | Self Esteem | Self Confidence

Kids are amazing.  They come in all shapes and sizes, and all different personalities. No two are exactly alike, and the better you understand your child’s unique personality, the better you’ll understand what makes him or her tick. This allows us to know what motivates them, identify their strengths and weakness, and understand how they are likely to react to different situations.

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Why I Forgave My Father and How It Set Me Free

“There is no love without forgiveness, and there is no forgiveness without love.” ~Bryant H. McGill

The day I chose to forgive was the day I became free

It happened on an ordinary weekday. It was just another ride on …

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Preparing For Hurricane Irma: Meds, Pets, Labels and ZipLocs

Hurricane Irma - Proper storm preparation can make a big difference and those preparations should include meds, pets, labels, and waterproof bags.

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RyTech, LLC Opens East Coast Office and Names Key Team Addition

RyTech names Chase Keegan as Director of Business Development.

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Healing Low Self-Esteem: Failing Doesn’t Make You a Failure

“Remember that failure is an event, not a person.” ~Zig Ziglar

Take a second and imagine little you: running around like the little ragamuffin you were. Imagine as far back as you can—back when you were first able to comprehend …

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Green Summer Salad with Herby Hemp Dressing

Late summer/early fall is my favorite time for salads. It really is the best of both seasons. You have the fresh summer produce like cucumbers and tomatoes but the weather is cool enough that the crisp, fall greens are able to grow. This time, into the end of October, is peak salad time. This particular [...]

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6 Time Management Hacks

The Self Improvement Blog | Self Esteem | Self Confidence

Time management is one of the most important habits that should be inculcated in individuals as early as possible. Sadly, however, there are no classes in school and university to teach you time management skills. Most often than not, people learn time management hacks over time, through trial and error.

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10 Reasons Mindfulness Makes You More Successful at Work

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What is mindfulness in the first place? Mindfulness is defined as a state of active, open attention on the present. When a person is mindful, he/she is fully aware of their feelings and thoughts and accepts all of them. Mindfulness allows us to live in the moment and be aware of everything we experience rather […]

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Measuring the Quality of Your Day with a To-Be List (Not Just a To-Do List)

“Don’t equate your self-worth with how well you do in life.  You aren’t what you do. If you are what you do, than when you don’t…you aren’t.” ~Wayne Dyer

As you crawl into bed, thump your pillow to make the …

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