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3 Powerful Guided Meditations For Feeling Peace & Overcoming Procrastination

by Joe Martino | It can be tough after a hard day or when you are in the midst of a challenge to sit back and get into a good meditative state. Perhaps it’s the fact that our minds are extra engaged in thought or because we might have our emotions riled up. Either way, we’ve all been there and know ...

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10 Of The Worst Food Ingredients To Never Eat Again

by Jeff Roberts | Ninety percent of the products we see on grocery store shelves today are loaded with processed and nutrition-less ingredients. The hard truth is that these ingredients are killing us one bite at a time. They are addictive and cunningly sleuth, usually masked by an array of creative but misleading advertising schemes. However, there’s one amazing fact about ...

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How To Not Take Things Personally

by Michael Jeffreys | “The primary cause of unhappiness is never the situation but your thoughts about it.” – Eckhart Tolle When we take something personally we invariably suffer. Why? Because we are believing a thought that claims that reality, what is, should be different than it is. But is this true? Can the present moment be other than it is? ...

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Some Tell Tale Signs That You Need To Make Some Changes

by Derek Lovell | Attention-Seeking Through Social Media Have you ever asked yourself why you’re REALLY posting something? If it’s for attention, you might be doing it for the wrong reasons. Selfies are often designed to provide reassurance and approval, they’re the most effective “look-at-me” tool there is. Leaving your happiness in the hands of others with their “likes” and comments, which creates ...

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The Secret To Knowing When To Say “No”

by Danielle Fagan | To my fellow “Over-Givers,” I feel your pain. I know what it’s like to give and give and give and get little or nothing back in return. To give and not allow yourself to receive compliments, gifts, even money. To “should” yourself into doing endless favours for others. It’s not a great place to be and yet, ...

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8 Things To Remember When You Think You’re Not Good Enough

by Joe Martino | Negative self talk is something that seems to affect all of us at one time or another. I know I can say myself that it has been a problem in my past, and even now still creeps up on me from time to time. We all have different reasons as to why we might think we are ...

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4 Secrets To Staying Peaceful During Stressful Times

by Danielle Fagan | Robert Burton said, “A quiet mind cureth all.” Being able to find inner peace is one of the greatest skills anyone can acquire. A tranquil mind helps us to appreciate the good times, weather the bad, and be present for every moment in between.  But on some days… it’s tough. The car doesn’t start, your kids are ...

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How To Change Your Attitude When You’re Stuck In A Situation

by Mark DeNicola | When we find ourselves stuck in a situation that just doesn’t sit well with us, whether it be a relationship, job, or social outing, the best solution can often be to remove ourselves from it. It may be difficult to do so, but in the long-run we certainly do ourselves and anyone else it impacts a favour ...

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Next Time You Brush Your Teeth Try This

by Joe Martino | When is the last time you recalled what it felt like to brush your teeth? Did you pay attention to what was happening? Brushing your teeth is an action that we do (or should do) every day, yet it has become so habitual that we don’t remember what it feels like or what we are paying attention ...

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10 Things That Human Beings Have Trouble Letting Go Of & How To Help

by Andrew Martin | In the 6th century, Anicius Manlius Severinus Boethius was imprisoned, to be sentenced to death by torture. Such rulings were not uncommon during this period. However, Boethius was a well-educated son of an aristocratic family from the late Roman Empire. He was a scholar, a highly regarded statesman, and popular figure in Roman society. As politics go, there ...

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