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midlife, personal growth

When Life Isn’t What You Had Planned

You had plans in your mind for what this time in your life would be like. And that’s not what your life looks like right now, and you feel frustrated. When you were younger, you thought midlife would be a calm period of life. A time when work, family, and life in general would feel settled. A time when the grind, the worries and the overwhelm of your thirties and early forties would thin out. Life after fifty would be a time to enjoy more freedom and to start coasting…

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It Is Never Too Late to Change Your Life

You’re never too old and it’s never too late to make positive changes in your life. It’s an eye-opening day when you hit that fiftieth birthday (and I assume eye-opening again at your sixtieth and seventieth!) and say to yourself, holy bleep, where the heck has my life gone?! After decades spent focused on our family, career, school, kids and other responsibilities, many of us have lost track of who we are and what we want. So many years have passed and yet we haven’t yet done so many of…

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midlife, midlife health & wellness, personal growth

How to Get Negative Thoughts Out of Your Mind | Tips & Strategies

How to Get Negative Thoughts Out of Your Mind Tips to get your mind on your side The only way to live your best life and get closer to your fullest potential for joy, satisfaction and purpose is to get your mind on your side. We all seem to agree that fear and doubt stop us from living our best life. Fear of failing, feeling like a fool, confirming our self-doubts, exposing ourselves to emotional pain or repeating trauma… are common negative thoughts that prevent us from attempting to do…

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midlife, personal growth

Conquering Self Doubt and Fear

Are fear and doubt running your life? When we let fear and self-doubt run our minds, we miss the opportunities that invite us to grow, expand and live our dreams. We get stuck in patterns of limiting ourselves because we allow our thoughts to prevent us from following our heart. You have unlimited potential inside of you just waiting to be let out. But you keep yourself playing small, ignoring the urges that call you forward. You allow your thoughts to keep you stuck. Everything you are experiencing right now…

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midlife, personal growth

Should I Take Risk in Life? Yes!

Learn How to Feel Fierce, Get Out of Your Head and Take Action Like millions of others, I watched Jennifer Lopez perform during Sunday night’s Superbowl halftime show. She was dancing up a storm and owning the stage (while on heels and scantily clad, I might add). She looked so powerful and confident. She had a fierce look in her eyes. The kind of look a woman has who is defining and living her best life. Yet, beneath her glittery skin and sparkly outfit, I guarantee she has moments where…

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midlife, midlife health & wellness, personal growth

Breaks Increase Productivity | The Power of Resting the Body and Mind

Rest is the best kept secret to productivity and satisfaction We create so much work for ourselves, so much pressure to be busy and productive, it’s no wonder we don’t know how to rest, and we never feel satisfied with ourselves. We’ve developed an automatic subconscious layer of guilt surrounding breaks and idle time. The busier we are, the more productive we think we are. But is that true? At the end of a week when we haven’t had nearly enough rest, not only do we accomplish fewer impactful tasks…

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