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Defining Your Goal

  In the article, Three Simple Tips to Manage Your Money, Sebastian Sanchez Cortes writes that defining your goal is the first of the three simple tips. Well, that is easy to express; however organizing a goal can be overwhelming!  Hopefully, my guidelines will make the process easier for you. …

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Can Recreational Marijuana Be Part of a Healthy Lifestyle?

image: vintagestock By Crabby McSlacker More states may be legalizing cannabis, but recreational use is still considered pretty controversial. Getting “high” on purpose, not as a side effect of medicinal use? Many people see that as wicked or sinful. And even more folks dismiss it as silly, weak, reckless, or immature. …

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Reversing Illness Naturally

  Reversing illness and retaining good health is a goal for which we all strive.  Nutritionist Matt Traverso has studied the effects of medication and poor eating habits since before 2012.  In his first book, Reverse Diabetes Now, an international best seller, he writes that good health is up to …

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Tips for Becoming a Morning Person

The Self Improvement Blog

There are some important advantages to being a morning person, depending on your career choices. Morning has a beauty and an energy all its own and a stillness that no other time of day offers. "Getting up and getting at it" can give you a feeling of accomplishment early in the day that propels you throughout the remaining hours.

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Criticize, Condemn, and Complain

No matter what you do or don’t do, I always have a choice in how I communicate with you. You can’t make me do or feel anything. If I choose to not consciously communicate, I am choosing to give away my power. Whether I am attempting to feel small or big in front of you, my unconscious words Read More

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What do you believe?

The Self Improvement Blog

Some of us go through life never questioning what we were told as children, never exploring our own thoughts, never changing but wondering why our lives don't work the way we think they should. Perhaps it's time for you to explore those beliefs you've always held without knowing why. It's where real growth starts.

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Quinoa Potato Cakes

Post sponsored by Bob’s Red Mill. See below for more details. Our bottom drawer of our kitchen island is dedicated to potatoes of all kinds. At any given time I keep a handful of sweet potatoes, Yukon gold potatoes, and Russet potatoes on hand. I’ve found I can pretty much make any type of meal [...]

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Spinach Fennel Pizza

There are days I feel like I could solely blog about pizza and tacos. I find it beyond fun to come up with different combinations of toppings and fillings. The possibilities feel endless. This fennel pizza is a perfect example of what winter pizza looks like in our house. The flavor of fennel is uplifting [...]

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Standing For Accountability

It seems we are being challenged at this very moment to stand for what we know is true and right. Whether we are being called to empower ourselves as we face political bullies, companies that abuse their power, and/or other entities that prey on our natural weaknesses, this is a time of great transformation and opportunity. It is Read More

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Dried Apricot Soup with Emmer

Cooking brings us together via recipes passed down through generations and different cultures. The act of cooking and sharing a meal can unite us, even in a virtual sense. That is, essentially, why this site exists. It’s a way to learn and understand through something we do every day. I’ve been struggling to stay connected [...]

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