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The Comparison Epidemic

The Comparison Epidemic

There is no doubt in my mind that we are in the information age. If you don’t believe me, simply acknowledge the fact that all you have to do to find the answer to a question is Google it – a term that didn’t come into existence until 2006. Isn’t that crazy? It’s one of […]

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Waiting To Exhale

Waiting To Exhale

Waiting, waiting and still waiting on a card, flowers or even candy but nothing has come for me. Another day of love wasted on spending time by myself. Couples surround me like vouchers picking me apart scrutinizing the idea of my singleness. Is being single a crime? Sometimes in our traditional society it feels this […]

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What’s Your Story?

What’s Your Story?

A few months ago a woman at my church shared her story about how she found the strength to move on after her divorce. She told us that she was married for five years and within the last year and a half she felt a divide between her and her husband. One day he asked her to […]

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A Time Of Reflection

A Time Of Reflection

I believe there comes a time in everyone’s life where we have to take the time to reflect. Reflection gives us clarity on the events that took place to get us to the present moment. We live in a fast pace society rushing to get from one point to the next without taking moments to […]

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Break Out of Your Comfort Zone Pt 2

Break Out of Your Comfort Zone Pt 2

Adrienne Erin has more advice on how to Breaking Out of Your Comfort Zone: Without Losing Yourself. Take a look at Part One. Start With Small Steps: Find a Healthy Balance Even though it is recommended to discover a little bit of heightened anxiety to boost performance, too much can be detrimental to your health. […]

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Break Out of Your Comfort Zone

Break Out of Your Comfort Zone

Every night you set your alarm to 5:30 AM. In the morning, you get dressed, eat the same granola cereal with milk and pack your lunch consisting of a turkey sandwich, yogurt and carrots. You pass the same billboards on your highway drive and you listen to the same radio station. You are a routine […]

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New Year, New Butt

New Year, New Butt

We’re already approaching the end of the first month of the New Year; is it just me or have these past few months flew by? I’m sure many women would agree that finding a balance between your personal and work life is impossible. You find yourself putting so much time and energy into achieving your […]

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Ancient Creativity

Ancient Creativity

Have we become a narcissist group of people who believe that our ancestors were too ignorant to create the type of technology that is used today?  As you go about your day thinking about the current ease of living due to the industrial evolution of technology, there are historians and ecologists scratching their heads attempting […]

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Personal Projects to Spice Up 2014

Personal Projects to Spice Up 2014

A year passes by pretty quickly. One day you’re shooting fireworks in the sky and another you’re already sprawled on the beach with a book in hand. One day you’re sipping hot cocoa on a spring after, and the next thing you know you’re sweeping fallen leaves on the driveway. We often reach the end […]

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Thank You

Thank You

It’s a simple word; eight letters of the English alphabet bring it together. Researchers and psychology scholars all over the world stand as testimony that to have an attitude of gratitude can do us all, no end of good. Such an attitude permits us to be more attentive and alert. Causing us to be better […]

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