Self Improvement Tips

  • What It Means If Your Partner Won’t Commit

         I’d say everyone who’s had their heart broken, been cheated on, neglected, abandoned, toyed with or used for their looks, money or connections… is hesitant to commit. Who wants their heart broken again? Not me!  And it’s totally possible to love someone, but NOT be willing to do the inner work to heal […]

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  • Lessons from Lockdown: Remembering to be Grateful

        “Enjoy the little things, for one day you may look back and realize they were the big things.” ~ Robert Brault  What did we learn from quarantine that we would be wise to keep applying?   🎯  GRATITUDE: At first glance we’ve been taught to be grateful for the good stuff, the wins […]

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  • Quick Tips for Stress Reduction in Unsettling Times

      I watch the news and there is unrest everywhere. Whether it be lingering stress from COVID-19 or the civil uprising against ‘perceived’ injustices in the USA. Yes, I say ’perceived’, because as with anything, there is a Yin and Yang. Some people view it as injustice, and some do not.  Coming from a balanced […]

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  • 5 Ways to Inspire Creativity

        Do you realize that you have infinite creativity available to you whenever you desire it?  I know many of us struggle with bouts of being stuck! Right? We have a deadline for some creative project and we sit staring at our paper or screen waiting for some genius of creativity to spring forth […]

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  • The Crazy Link Between Productivity and Joy   

        Have you been in quarantine lately? What did you accomplish today? What did you achieve yesterday?  Has being stuck inside increased your stress, anxiety, or depression?   You’re not alone! 🤗 Sitting around, being unproductive can certainly take a toll on your mental health and productivity. 😲 Think about what you did prior to […]

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  • The Key Behind Every Successful Relationship

    To me, work is often the scapegoat when it comes to challenges in a relationship when the real cause is often a lack of “communicated appreciation” of each other. Notice that it is not from a lack of appreciation, but the trouble brews in a relationship when this is not communicated. Here’s how this trouble commonly arises in a relationship…

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  • You’re Not Busy, You’re Just Procrastinating

    Conversations at work or social gatherings often ring with cries of: “I’m so busy.” It’s as if we regard how busy we are, as some sort of ‘badge of honor’ in the delusion that ‘busyness’ somehow equals success. In fact, ‘busyness’ has also been labeled as the ‘Western Form of Laziness’ because it generally stems […]

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