Author: Laura

October 2019

Three Things to Start Now to Stay, Look, and Feel Younger

Aging is a natural part of living. But there is no reason to look old, feel old, or think old. I actually learned this lesson in my twenties when I was diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis. This not much to compare to feeling “old” in your early twenties…fast forward to my mid-thirties and I feel younger […]

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October 2019

How Practicing Gratefulness Improves Your Happiness & Life

Gratitude can be easily broken down to appreciating the good things in your life, both big and small. But it doesn’t always seem that easy. When life is hectic and stressful, finding the silver lining can be quite a challenge. However, learning how to embrace gratitude can significantly boost your happiness. Practicing gratefulness can offer […]

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October 2019

7 Tips to Turn Your Coffee Habit into a Healthy Morning Routine

Author: William R. from coffeebrandcenter.com Good morning coffee is considered to be a favorite time to have coffee. Many love to have coffee in the morning. Coffee can be a drink which makes your morning healthier and peaceful. People love coffee for its taste, smell, aroma, and for the mindful moments it can help create. […]

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October 2019

The Importance of Self-Care in Eating Disorder Recovery

Author: Chloe from nyxiesnook.com. The Importance of Self-care in Eating Disorder Recovery Self – care makes a lot of people, including me at a time, think of the word ‘selfish’. Naturally, I steered clear because selfish was not something I was striving to be. I drank water, I tried to sleep at night, I watched […]

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October 2019

10 Ways to Ensure You Stay Balanced in Life

Finding balance in life is a hot topic right now – and it’s not an easy feat to pick up. Life is hectic and we are drawn to try and do too much in too little time. But balance, or as I like to reference it even more so – harmony, is very important to […]

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October 2019

How to Stop Letting Guilt Control Your Life

Do you often think about the things you should have done, could have done, and would have done? Are you feeling shame for things you have done or have failed to do? I know I do sometimes. This is a form of guilt, of regret. It can weigh you down and stop you from moving […]

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October 2019

15 Things to Boost Your Mood When You’re Feeling Lonely

Sometimes we find ourselves feeling a bit off, feeling a little lonely. Finding a way to reconnect with loved ones, the world, and with yourself will help qualm these feelings. Here’s a list of 15 activities to help you beat those blues and reconnect with yourself and the world around you. Message a Friend. Read a […]

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October 2019

What is Social Anxiety and How Can You Beat It?

Social anxiety, or social phobia, is an intense fear of being judged or rejected in a group setting. This feeling, or perception, can be overwhelming. It can even cause painful physical and emotional reactions. Social anxiety can be paralyzing for some. Symptoms can include: Shortness of breath Heart palpitations Tunnel vision Profuse sweating Stomach upset […]

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October 2019

Six Ways to Budget for the Not-So-Financially-Savvy Gurus

Name one person that loves budgets…I do not love budgets. I love the feeling of staying on budget, I love the feeling of being in control of my money, and I love the feeling of financial organization but I do not love building budgets. Financial organization is important in your life for many more reasons […]

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October 2019

How To Build a Better To-Do List

Ah the mighty to-do list. I have a saying for myself that goes, “if it makes it to the to-do list it’ll get done, if it doesn’t then it gets lost.” I depend on my to-do list like a road map to my duties, so much that it can get a bit out of hand […]

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