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Making Big Decisions: How to Discern the Whispers of Soul

[ad_1] “Intuition is the whisper of the soul.” ~Jiddu Krishnamurti“I can’t believe they are taking her side over mine. I gave this job so many years, and she decides to walk in and mess it all up for me,” I said to my husband. A few years back, when I was working full time at my corporate … Continue reading Making Big Decisions: How to Discern the Whispers of Soul

HumanKind: A Feel-Good Book That Can Lift Your Spirits & Change the World

[ad_1] We’re approaching that time again, “the most wonderful time of the year,” they say. Some love the holidays because they appreciate the comfort of tradition—the regalia, the reunions, the rituals. Others delight in the nostalgia of holidays past, when all was calm and all was bright, even if just for a day. As for … Continue reading HumanKind: A Feel-Good Book That Can Lift Your Spirits & Change the World

How Perfectionism and Anxiety Made Me Sick and What I Wish I Knew Sooner

[ad_1] “Perfectionism is the exhausting state of pretending to know it all and have it all together, all the time. I’d rather be a happy mess than an anxious stress case who’s always trying to hide my flaws and mistakes.” ~Lori Deschene  “That’s not how you do it!” I slammed the door as I headed … Continue reading How Perfectionism and Anxiety Made Me Sick and What I Wish I Knew Sooner

Are You Sick of Waiting, Wanting, and Wishing for a Better Life?

[ad_1] “Perseverance is not a long race; it is many short races one after another.” ~Walter Elliott I often find myself impatient with the pace of my progress. Waiting for my life to move forward can sometimes feel like I’m watching paint dry. There are so many moments when we feel like our life is … Continue reading Are You Sick of Waiting, Wanting, and Wishing for a Better Life?

5 Tips to Stop Comparing Yourself to Other People

[ad_1] “No matter what you do, someone won’t be pleased. Someone will think your choices are wrong. And someone will tell you what you should do instead. No matter which path you take, someone will seem to be doing better. Someone will have more than you. And someone else’s life may look more impressive on … Continue reading 5 Tips to Stop Comparing Yourself to Other People

When Things Have to Change: How to Find the Willpower to Achieve Your Goals

[ad_1] “When it is obvious the goals cannot be reached, don’t adjust the goals, adjust the action steps.” ~Confucius Do you want to know my biggest fear? I’ve just come out of the closet, my parents have rejected me, and I am terrified, really, really terrified, because I’m completely alone, and the pain is unbearable. … Continue reading When Things Have to Change: How to Find the Willpower to Achieve Your Goals

What Your Anger Is Trying to Tell You and How to Hear It

[ad_1] ^This is the best one I could find where an inner voice is both angry-ish and talking to the person. The rest were all just okay anger photos. The description of the photo is “anger talking to you.” “When we embrace anger and take good care of our anger, we obtain relief. We can … Continue reading What Your Anger Is Trying to Tell You and How to Hear It

When It’s Time to Stop Helping Others and Help Ourselves

[ad_1] “Do your best and be okay with that.” ~Ursula Wharton Late one evening I was doing some work at the last minute when my phone buzzed with a text from Alex, my neighbor’s boyfriend. They said they were rushing over and then I saw, “Chris is trying to kill themselves. You gotta get in … Continue reading When It’s Time to Stop Helping Others and Help Ourselves

How I Broke My Stress Eating Habit When Nothing Else Worked

[ad_1] “The pain seems so much more difficult than the cookies. But it’s not. The pain covered in cookies becomes pain covered in fat covered in more pain.” ~Brooke Castillo Do you ever eat when you’re stressed, sad, tired, alone? Bag of chips after a hard day? Ordering the take-out when your partner’s away? I … Continue reading How I Broke My Stress Eating Habit When Nothing Else Worked

The Simplest Ways to Find Calm in the Middle of Life’s Constant Chaos

[ad_1] “When you are resting because you are worn out, you need to remember that you are not wasting time. You are doing exactly what you need to do. You are recovering.” ~Unknown I woke up at 3am when I heard my alarm ring. I slowly pulled my arm away from my son, who was … Continue reading The Simplest Ways to Find Calm in the Middle of Life’s Constant Chaos