personal development

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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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

5 Non-Self Help Books That You Should Read to Improve Your Outlook on Life

By Laura from www.laurasbooksandblogs.com The Self-Help section. It’s an aisle we all need to visit once in awhile, but it comes with a world of judgment. Who needs to be seen flipping through books about their phobias, disorders, and failures? And when you do work up the courage to peruse those shelves, what do you […]

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September 2019

Simple Self Improvement Tips For A Stay At Home Mom

Author: Viv from http://www.vivsimone.com When I was made redundant while I was pregnant I felt like my personal growth stagnated. I was previously in a managerial job where I worked on my self-improvement all the time. The business I worked for closed without notice. And unfortunately for me, no one wanted to employ a visibly […]

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September 2019

How to Use Guilt to Make Positive Life Changes

Sometimes guilt is a good thing. Sometimes guilt alerts you to behaviors you have that aren’t right. We all have an inner guidance system that clearly understands right from wrong and has the knowing when things are off. Sometimes guilt is the knowing that what is happening, what you are doing, or the results you […]

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September 2019

Five Areas in Your Life You Should be Focusing On Improving

There is never a good time to not work on self-improvement. Life is ever changing and with that we should never stop learning, expanding and continuing to grow as our lives grow. Here are five areas to focus on first: 1. Get Fit. A healthy body is a gateway to a healthy life and mind. It […]

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August 2019

A Little Bit of What I’m Wishing for this Year

Adulthood is fully in front of me now. Can I still be a big kid though? This year, this birthday marks a special transformation in my life. This marks the year that I am making big changes – in life, in career, in mindset. Thirty-five will be my magic year. I want more space, more […]

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