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The Physical Effects of Worry (Part 2)

We recently discussed the physical effects of worry – responses ranging from nausea and fatigue to irritability and sweating. But an important part of the discussion of worry’s physical impact is the long-term physical effects worry can have. Worrying about … Continue reading

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The Physical Effects of Worry (Part 1)

We’ve been talking a lot about worry lately – why we do it, how to stop it why it has such control over us. But an important component of worry is the physical impact it can have. Worry might seem … Continue reading

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Why Worry?

Worrying about relationships, finances, work, the past, or the present is exhausting and counterproductive. Unfortunately, it’s also human nature. This month we’re asking ourselves the question, “Why Worry?” Break free from worry’s cycle of anxiety and fear and cultivate greater … Continue reading

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Practice Patience

In my newsletters I typically share the importance of being proactive in shaping your life — from cultivating creativity to living courageously. In this edition I share something that can be infinitely harder but just as rewarding as taking bold … Continue reading

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Get Focused!

As we kick off another year, let’s talk about Getting Focused. Focus is about getting your mind, energy, and enthusiasm laser-pointed on what’s most important to you — then honing in on the goals that will drive and support your … Continue reading

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Stop And Smell the Roses: Be Present Now

As the lazy days of summer are winding down, most of us are gearing up for fall and the return of regular schedules and commitments. As we prepare for this busier season, it’s important to pause, reflect, and Be Present. … Continue reading

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Move From Surviving to Thriving

At last spring and nearly summer have arrived. For a while it felt the air might never warm and the trees might not bud. But they have … and just as the earth wakes up with longer days and warmer … Continue reading

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Take Care of YOU …

How do YOU take care of YOU? Do you intentionally care for yourself, regularly, occasionally, or not at all? Self care plays an important role in your physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being. When you intentionally take care of your body, … Continue reading

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Finding the Line Between Doing & Being

It can be difficult to discern between doing and being, especially when it feels like you don’t even have a moment to stop, breathe, and assess your needs, resources, and actions. In fact, many times the line is fuzzy: are … Continue reading

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Do Less, Be More

If your holiday season has become more about doing than about being, try this simple exercise: make a list of things you are not going to do this holiday season. This can help you refocus your energy away from your … Continue reading

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