Author: Laura

October 2019

Welcoming Fall Fun and More

It truly feels like September flew on by. I’m not really sure I even got the chance to notice how fast it was going by. Come the middle of the month and I found myself so busy bee that I have let some tasks and conversations hanging, so October will be the month to start […]

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September 2019

How to Create a Routine that Improves Your Whole Week

Have you noticed that it gets harder to make decisions toward the end of the day? You’re too tired to figure out what to have for dinner or what to watch on TV. That’s because there are only so many decisions our brains can handle to make in a single day. By being aware of […]

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September 2019

Setting Boundaries That Keep Your Life Focused

A lot of the time, having a noisy life seems so normal that most people don’t consider it could be any other way. It usually isn’t until someone suffers a consequence or breakdown that they know they need a change. They need things to get quieter, so they can think and have some peace. Upon […]

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September 2019

Five Practices for Self-Improvement

By: Jerri L. MacIntosh Until recently, much of my self-improvement focus has been on my intellect. I am a life-long learner, constantly take classes, even if they do not lead to a degree. While this type of self-improvement is certainly valuable, and I learned things about myself along the way, I didn’t start looking inward […]

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September 2019

The Power of Being Honest with Yourself

If honesty is the best policy, the best place to be honest is with yourself. Being honest with yourself is a powerful way to be more confident, more courageous, and more focused. There are any number of areas where honesty can be applied to personal life. A review of your morals, values, and practices can […]

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September 2019

Why self-improvement is so important for me

Author: Sarah Miles, Beauty and Lifestyle Blogger at www.beautyaddict32.co.uk There is nothing wrong at all with wanting to improve yourself. There is nothing wrong in wanting to challenge yourself in life. There is nothing wrong with wanting to get better at certain things. Being a better and improved version of me has been a goal of […]

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September 2019

Five Empowering Habits to Boost Your Self Confidence

by Mianna Korben We’re constantly under pressure because we feel like our “beautiful” is not beautiful enough due to the fact that fake beauty (that is often portrayed in fashion magazines and social media) is something we feel we have to live up to. Low self-esteem can negatively affect virtually every aspect of your life […]

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September 2019

Scarcity Mindset and Suicide

Author: Justine Carwardine Suicide is a horrible way of dying, but the people committing it are making in their minds an incredible rational decision. Now I am not saying they are making the right decision just that they think they are. Now why would someone want to take away what was most precious to them? […]

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September 2019

Working Mother’s Guide to Simple Self Care

Author: Beth B. from DIY Mommy Over the years, “self-care” has become a buzz word. People are trying to figure out how, questioning if they truly need it (you do) or saying they don’t have time but it’s simple. Self care is not a new concept, it’s the act of taking care of your mind, […]

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September 2019

Being Honest: Why Self-Care is Important When Managing Mental Illness

Author: Elizabeth Roderick Finding good self-care practices involves being honest with yourself. I know this from experience. My name is Elizabeth Roderick. I’m an author, freelance editor, farmer and tiny-house person. I’m also autistic, bipolar, and have PTSD from abuse, so I rely on a good self-care regimen to keep myself healthy and functional. I […]

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