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midlife, midlife health & wellness, personal growth

The Best Life Coach for You is You – See Why

Learn Why the Best Life Coach You Can Possibly Hire is Yourself No one else is going to provide the level of day-to-day encouragement and motivation you need to live your best life and achieve your personal goals but you. It may be hard to hear or accept but no one else truly gives a hoot! It’s not that your family or friends are selfish jerks, it’s simply that everyone is so (naturally) wrapped up in themselves and their own lives and their own daily must-dos and the dreams in…

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12 Holistic Wellness Tips for Women Over 50

12 Holistic Wellness Tips for Women Over 50 – Part II of the Interview with Dani Segal, PhD If we want to live our best life after 50 and kick some butt on the goals we have for the new year, we need to feel good! I personally prefer to give natural and holistic methods and products a try as a first choice whenever possible, so asking Dani Segal, PhD, Certified Holistic Nutrition Educator/Counselor, for her tips was a natural too! Here is Part II of my interview with Dr.…

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Waiting for College Acceptances: How to Get Through the Anxiety

One of my friends received news last week that her son was accepted to his top choice college on the same day that another friend found out her child received a no. Having been through this college process twice with one child more to go, it reminded me that waiting for college acceptances to come in is much like standing in a line in gym class waiting to be picked for a team.  Except it feels like the whole world watching. It may be exhilarating or devastating, but it’s almost…

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Forgiving Yourself and Moving Forward | The Best New Year Gift

Forgiving Yourself and Moving Forward The Best Gift to Start the New Year: Forgiveness As we round up December and begin to look forward to the fresh start of a new year, it may be the perfect time to give ourselves the best gift of all for new beginnings – forgiveness. I don’t mean forgiving yourself for burning a batch of cookies, I’m talking about releasing the deep guilt and shame we may be carrying for past missteps. Time to come clean with ourselves. Most of us have not arrived…

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What Does Being Mindful Mean and Why Should We Care?

What is mindfulness, why should we care and how do we start? Last weekend, I attended a talk specifically on the subject of mindfulness at Lincoln Center in Manhattan. Jon Kabat-Zinn, PhD, scientist, speaker, author of several books on the topic and a pioneer in the meditative approach to treat pain and depression, was the presenter. His accomplishments are impressive and his speaking style was relaxed and… thoughtful. He spoke about how important it is to be mindful. To take time to notice our thoughts. To pause our racing minds…

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What Steals Our Joy and How to Stop It

We’re all familiar with the saying that comparison is the thief of joy. Yet knowing that, how often do we still find ourselves unnecessarily bummed because we allowed unhealthy comparisons to sneak into our minds? And psssst… our kids are doing it to themselves too. It’s all around us – from our careers, to our homes, to our vacations, to holiday shopping, to the cars we drive, to our marriages, even down to our kids. No one is consciously keeping track of each other’s lives, but comparisons still manage to…

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