Tag: joy

Things I Selfishly Wish My Daughter Taught Me Sooner

| June 1, 2016 | 0 Comments

One great thing about having kids is having someone I love who loves me back, depends on me, and turns to me for advice. Lately, I’ve noticed that my daughter is growing up so fast.

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Follow Music’s Call to Joy!

| April 1, 2016 | 0 Comments

Bruce walks onstage and the crowd goes insane. Me, I’m one person back from the front of the stage and screaming so hard I think I might pass out just a little. The walls are vibrating and the sound bounces …

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7 Ways To Ignite Your Divine Feminine Essence NOW

| April 1, 2015 | 0 Comments

Your Divine Feminine Essence is the creative life force energy that flows through all of nature. We have both Feminine and Masculine energies within us just as we see occurring in Nature, because we ARE […]

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The Ineffable Wonder of Clouds

| April 1, 2015 | 43 Comments

In my personal experience, cloud watching is a lofty and healthy escape from daily, earthly life. Watching clouds offers us a way to reconnect with our childlike wonder. It stimulates my creativity and puts me […]

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Do What You Love and the $$ Will Follow!

| February 1, 2013 | 0 Comments

I know this sounds crazy, and it didn’t happen over night, but as soon as I started making decisions based on how it felt to make the decision, my finances began to change overnight.

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Falling In Love With Financial Matters: Another Way To Love and Honor Yourself

| February 1, 2013 | 1 Comment

Many people would describe me as successful and driven. I transformed a small one-person operation in my basement to a thriving national company with innovative ideas, creativity and deeply caring about my clients’ needs. So one would think, “What an empowered woman,” right? Wrong. […]

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Cultivating Self-Acceptance

Naima Bigby Sullivan, MS, RD | March 1, 2012 | 2 Comments

The speaker challenged us, a room full of nutritionists, to ask ourselves if we are doing more harm than good by perpetuating the common belief that being thin is synonymous with good health, knowing that most weight loss diets end in weight regain and frustration and that health comes in many different shapes and sizes. Her vision was one in which, rather than focusing on weight, we promote health and well-being through self-acceptance, nourishing foods and joyful physical activity.

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