Archive of ‘Self & Wellness’ category

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Don’t Know Where You Are Going? Wander Purposefully

This week, due to travel, different time zone, holiday and a cold to boot, I’m posting some old faves. Today a reader question on how to figure out where you are going when you have not yet tested who you are. The question is from a 20-something who is “wandering aimlessly” — a feeling many of us have […] Read more…

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Don’t Quit….

Some “What I Wish I Knew Then” quotes from two women and a man who have been through tough times and reflect on how to stay resilient. You are much stronger than you think you are, but remember, never fear asking for help because we have all been in the lows. An author, educator and entrepreneur […] Read more…

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Thank you for ….

Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. I’m lookng forward to fun and family and a time to be thankful for the many positive things I have in my life. It’s very easy to focus on what is wrong vs. right — and sometimes that’s necessary to move things forward. But remembering what is good in your […] Read more…

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What I Know Now: There Always Is Another Side

Find fun in what you’re doing and know that it will always get better. Believe that it will always get better whether it’s your next relationship, the women you meet in your life, your career. It’s all going to be okay. It always gets better. I don’t think any woman will die from any of […] Read more…

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When I Graduated College The One I Wish I Knew Then

  As college wound up, I was so stressed out about finding the right job. There was so much pressure. Companies were interviewing on campus 24/7. It was a total competition:  Who’s got a job? At what salary? What a headache. If you didn’t get one right away then you were a loser. My advice is […] Read more…

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The Best and Worst of Your Twenties

Best Part of Being In Your Twenties Truly being able to not have responsibility to anybody but yourself. As you get older, that is not the case. You can be the last responsibility at this point in life. But in your twenties there’s a sense of complete independence. You’re not relying on your parents. You’re completely responsible for your […] Read more…

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