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Women Can Have It All, Just Not All the Time
I wonder why we spend so much time trying to understand the nature of reality for an entire gender when it is far more productive to create that reality for the self.
Summer Stress? Flip Flops Have Emotional Benefits
Shoes support the various roles you play in life. As soon as you step into a specific shoe, you take your cue regarding mood and purpose.
7 Ways to Dramatically Improve Your Attention Span
Technology overload has led to multi-tasking which has given most of us a micro-attention span – even doctors. Have I got your attention now?
What a Surprise? You Hold the Key to Longevity
To live longer and with a better life quality you need to know how to harness your power. Here is the formula:
The Secret Meaning of Anger in Relationships
People in a relationship who disagree do so to communicate their feelings and pave the way for compromise and change. However, when anger is always present during a “discussion,” do you know that anger could signal sadness?
Give Yourself The Best Mother’s Day Gift Ever
According to the American Medical Association women tend to suffer greatly from self- suppression. Therefore this Mother’s Day whether you are a mother or a daughter, it is time to nurture yourself: Have your say! Nice people don’t really like being nice.
The Secret to a Successful Job Search
Many quality people have been laid off during this tough economy. Yet some ordinary people are finding jobs, but how?
What You Should Know About Multi-Tasking
Daily juggling dilutes, depletes, depresses and oh that stress! Then why do we still multi-task?
Don't Stress, Think Yourself Thin
Weight Loss has gone awry, even a health hazard. Why pay hefty prices to starve because you can do that on your own for free? Successful weight management has always been free and sustainable…
The Happiness Lie
The difference between a sad person and a happy person could hinge on the ability to tell a “good” lie.
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