January 2020

10 Ways to Practice Self-Care that aren’t Pampering

I know we all love our facial masks and bubble baths…and we love curling up with a great book or buying ourselves little gifts and treats time to time. And though, those are important for us and our self -care (because you should totally be giving yourself some extra love and spoiling yourself sometimes) – […]

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January 2020

Six Days to Kicking Your Sugar Habit & Cravings to the Curb

You know all that added sugar you’re consuming isn’t good for you. How would you like to stop eating it and change your diet in less than a week? Best of all, how would you like to stop craving candy and sweets and eat healthy, real food instead? You can do it by following this […]

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January 2020

Three Steps to Create Positive, Healthy Habits

Let’s chat about forming new habits. We all have times in our lives where we intentionally want to change our behavior for the better and create new, positive habits for ourselves. This could be getting in the habit of eating healthier and drinking more water. Or it could be being more active and taking the […]

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January 2020

Seven Essential Steps to Reach Your Goals

Author: Sarah Nderi from nderisarah.com We start off strong, we are excited and motivated and then we hit roadblocks, discouragement kicks in, we feel a little bit defeated…going after our goals can be a challenging process, however thou shall not give up. Perseverance is key in reaching your goals. So is preparation. “Success therefore, should not […]

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December 2019

What Areas You Should Declutter for the New Year Ahead

By Ilka Elise at ilkaeliseb.com I like my home to be neat and clutter free. But over a year even my house piles up some stuff I actually don’t need in my life or things that are nearly used up. So for a fresh start in a new year, I like to use up and […]

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December 2019

5 Pro Tips for Being Social When You’re Feeling Anxious

Social anxiety is a painful experience. Being short of breath, sweaty, and fearful is no fun. Knowing your triggers can help reduce anxiety and activate a game plan to get yourself through an event with as little discomfort as possible, but sometimes being social is unavoidable. Here are some pro tips for being social when […]

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December 2019

What’s the Difference Between Being Introverted & Being Anti-Social?

Let’s have some real talk here. Introverts are misunderstood in so many ways. An introvert is often confused with someone who is shy or has social anxiety. That’s not the case folks. Actually, a lot of introverts can appear fairly extroverted. Many of the introverts I know (including myself) are pretty outspoken and appear very […]

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November 2019

Four Important Tips to Help You Stay Hydrated During the Winter

Author: Sarah Miles The cold winter weather can play havoc on our bodies – leaving our skin and body dry and dehydrated, and looking very dull and lifeless. It is even more important at this time of year to keep well hydrated, so check out these top tips below to help keep up your hydration […]

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November 2019

How To Be Kind With Tough People & Situations

Life can be tough. It can be complex, and sometimes the people that you encounter can be challenging to communicate with. But even in moments of frustration, kindness will always prevail. How to be Kind Even in Tough Situations: 1.) Take a deep breath before you respond. Use the breath to slow your words, control […]

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November 2019

Five Natural Skincare Treatments from Around the World You Must Try

Women throughout the ages have shared anti-aging advice with each other. From secret recipes for facial creams and lotions to brushing your hair 100 strokes, every culture has some special advice to share and pass down. For skin care and to prevent or reduce wrinkles, most cultures take advantage of the natural ingredients in the […]

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