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Toss the Toxic Brazilian Blowout and Try This
When did women start to use poisons in the quest for beauty? The Brazilian Blowout gives the phrase, drop-dead gorgeous, new meaning as it contains a deadly carcinogen. Here are 6 healthy tips to refresh, enhance, and celebrate your beauty:
7 Guidelines to Treat End-of- Summer Blues
Back to school, back to work, to-do lists are growing with all this busyness and you wonder how quickly casual, spontaneous summer melted away. Donít fight fall, embrace it and fall in love. Here's how.
8 tips to Get Along with Difficult People
From an evolutionary standpoint human survival has always depended on our ability to get along with others. Is there someone like a family member, friend or colleague with whom you can repair a bridge?
Alpha Women Are Prone to Depression
Women who follow endless to-do lists and drive themselves crazy with perfectionism show more symptoms of depression than women who are able to shed some of their duties to achieve greater work-life balance. Here are 6 self-concepts to keep in mind to transform your life to what you want it to be:
How to Upgrade Your Spirit in a Plummeting Market
This is the time to breathe, reflect and take an inventory both nationally and personally: Stability before mobility.
Your Words Can Improve Your Mood
Youíre literally as good as your word. Words create your reality. They also hold clues to your deepest feelings. Being aware of imagery, pronouns and conjunctions you regularly use can provide important insight into your state of mind.
How to Make the Past Work for You
It is great to fully experience the present and not dilute it with invasive thoughts of the past or even future worries - the way animals live moment to moment; however, humans are far more complex. Here are 7 Steps to understand where youíve been to get where you want to go.
Good Posture Makes It Hurt Less
While you might have hated the painful reminders about standing or sitting up straight when you were a child, good posture actually helps manage pain.
Are Marriage Myths Ruining Your Relationship?
Even those who claim that they are not prejudiced and would never stereotype anyone, are actually tough on their significant other, even pushing their buttons to actualize the negative behavior in the relationship story.
This July 4th Declare Independence from Technology
Declare your independence by creating quiet time to reconnect with yourself and become aware of how you differ from everyone else. Are you ready to take the Unplugging and Reconnecting Challenge?
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