Category: Week 1

Career Resolutions for the New Year

Having a hard time staying motivated at work? Feeling frustrated with the pace of your career? Maybe you should try posting a list of encouraging career resolutions around your office to keep you inspired and happier in 2020. Here are some mindful suggestions to help with your new year career resolutions : Micro milestones. Setting…
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How Can We Live an Intentional Life

This is the year to focus on creating your intentional life. Living an intentional life calls you wake up and to deepen your life. Living with intention calls you to live at your full potential while also reducing your chronic stress that can lead to mental and physical illness. Intentional living consists of three key…
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Be Your Authentic Self

Are You Living an Authentic Life? In society, we may experience the philosophical and spiritual gurus continually calling each of us to live an “authentic life.” The word authentic means original, not false or copied–it’s genuine, real. Living an authentic life is an essential human desire and goal that drives many of our lives. Listed…
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A.C.E. Your Life

There are three components that are the foundation for living an intentional life in balance. They are Awareness, Choice, and Energy. Just remember the acronym A.C.E. your life! The key is to become aware of these three key elements in your life and learn how to navigate them. How to practice A.C.E. while living an intentional life…
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Beets: Top Youth Secret?

Beets aren’t the most popular vegetable, but they do have definite health benefits. In fact, a preliminary study from Wake Forest University shows that drinking a beetroot juice could help older brains function more efficiently. Researchers from Wake Forest University are studying the effect beetroot supplements have on older adults. Their preliminary findings are that…
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6 New Year Credit Boosters

A new year generally means a fresh start filled with opportunities and forgiveness. Unfortunately, financial forgiveness can be hard to find, especially when it comes to your credit score. A new year won’t erase all the history on your credit report, but you can use the fresh start to help revive your credit. Luckily, there are…
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Play Makes You Happy and Healthy

When was the last time you played? Dr. Margaret Duncan, at University of Wisconsin and president of the Association of the Study of Play believes play is not the opposite of work; it is the antidote to the work of adults. Researchers link play to healthy relationships, strong family ties, and creativity. Play is absorbing…
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4 Unique Winter Destinations You’ve Got to See

Winter vacation time is upon us. During the colder months, lots of people trek to sunny islands with warm beaches. But, if you love snow, cozy fires, and winter scenery, then you’ll enjoy a different kind of vacation – one with ice skating, skiing, and sledding. This year, why not plan a family vacation in…
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Starting a Book Club

One of the greatest avenues to meet new dynamic interesting people and to grow in your own knowledge and wisdom is to join or create a book club. You can join or begin an online book club, like Goodreads.com, or a traditional book club. There is no substitute for the face to face interaction, fun…
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Jumpstart Your Creativity

10 Mindful Ways to Spark Creativity Did you make a creative New Year’s resolution this year? Maybe you want to write a book, start a podcast series, form a folk band, or create delicious new recipes. No matter what your goal is, you’ll need to boost your creativity to complete your innovative resolutions. With the…
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