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15 February 2014
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Are You Aware of the Happiness Secret? (Part 1)

“A joyful heart is good medicine; but a broken spirit dries the bones.” – Proverbs 17:22 Did you know that being happy has amazing health benefits? Research has shown that people who are truly happy have reduced risk of heart disease, cancer, and susceptibility to illnesses. Also, happy people’s recovery time is quicker from illness […]


29 January 2014
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Self Improvement
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How well do you know yourself?

I recently read an article on PsychCentral titled ‘5 Ways to Get to Know Yourself Better,’ by Margarita Tartakovsky. After reading the title, I thought that the article would list simple rituals and activities people can practice to stay mentally and physically healthy and happy, such as exercising everyday or meditating. However, the article is about journaling […]


15 January 2014
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A No Regrets Life Principle 1: Live Passionately

Hopefully you read my last article and decided to join me on my journey to a no regrets life by reading the book One Month to Live. In the book, authors Kerry and Chris Shook identify 4 principles of a no regrets life. This week I am focusing on the first principle, live passionately. If […]


12 January 2014
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Self Improvement
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Breaking Up (a Habit) is Easy to Do…

Do you find yourself gnawing on your nails to the quick? How about chewing your hair? Or, maybe you are wanting to kick that “nail in the coffin” habit – smoking. Now you can! According to Dr. Loretta Graziano Breuning, you can break ANY habit in three simple steps: Design your alternative habit. Since your […]


9 January 2014
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Self Improvement
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Diets: Friend or Foe!!!

For the past several years one of my New Year’s resolutions has been weight loss.  I have tried many different diet programs in the past and they do work, at first.  Overtime these diets tend to taper off and after a while, I’ve gained back the pounds that I had lost.  Although, weight loss is […]


5 January 2014
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A No Regrets Life

At the beginning 2013 I decided I wanted to live life on purpose. I determined that I would follow my heart and live out the things I felt God calling me to do. I left behind a full time job and personal ambitions to spend more time as a mother and in ministry as I […]


2 January 2014
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Self Improvement
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Top New Year’s Resolutions

What is your New Year’s resolution for 2014? Is it the same one from 2013 or other years past? Or is it a new resolution that you have yet to try out? Maybe you have yet to choose what your New Year’s resolution is… if not, here are the top 10 New Year’s resolutions for […]


1 January 2014
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Self Improvement
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Got a Leap List?

I kind of have a bucket list but have recently learned about a similar concept, “The Leap List” that I like a lot better since it isn’t focused on dying.  It is a list of ten things you want to do before taking your next big leap in life (e.g. before you get married, or […]

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