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The Benefits of Meditation


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in Health, Personal Growth, Physical

There is no one way to meditate; instead, it is time that you are quietly with yourself or with your higher power.   People write, walk, and p...

The Benefits of Journaling

in Health, Organizing, Personal Growth

Your journal is a special place for you to gather your thoughts, express your ideas, and make plans to create a life you want to enjoy.    No...

The Benefits of a Bath

in Health, Physical

Taking a bath is a traditional relaxation option.  If you are stressed because of finances, this is a relatively free option to help you relax....

How Important is Attitude?

in Personal Growth

The only thing we can do is play on the one string we have – and that is our attitude.” Charles Swindoll

How to Find Your Wisdom

in Personal Growth

Wisdom helps each of us make the right decisions for ourselves.   When we are in sync with our needs and understand what is happening in diffe...

The Drama Of Working For An Entrepreneur

in Work

How do you deal with an owner or a problematic manager who is unreasonable, demanding and driven and expects you to be an entrepreneur when you ...

Do You Feel Powerless?

in Personal Growth, Work

We don’t have control over people, places or things…they just are. But we do have control over choices in how to deal with it.

Are You Feeling Tired?

in Personal Growth, Physical

The first thing to do in eliminating tiredness is erasing all reference to the word ‘should.’ That word saps so much energy from our body b...

Creating Boundaries

in Book Selections, Personal Growth

What does it mean to have healthy boundaries? It’s setting standards around how others treat you physically or emotionally. It’s setting ...

What’s This About “Letting Go?”

in Personal Growth

How often I had said to myself “let it go Pat” when I was agitated or upset about something. I’ve also said “let go” to others when t...