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Curiosity Cap

Do you ever approach a new situation with the assumption it is going to be terrible? Perhaps it’s the biting cold of your first winter run. Or the inaugural road […]

Get Fit Virtual Event

Discover the #1 shared secret that super achievers like Oprah, Richard Branson and Bill Gates link to their success Do you have any idea what top performers in all walks […]

How to Surf a Tsunami

Many of us will face a personal tsunami at some point in our lives. We will be felled by a great wave bringing with it sudden change and loss. Perhaps […]

Flight, Fight or Breathe

Our bodies lie to us. They send out hormones announcing an imminent threat to our well being when we take the podium or when we get into an argument with […]

The Four Agreements in Wellness

As a homework assignment for my recent girl’s weekend, I was asked to read The Four Agreements. I was fully willing, but somewhat skeptical, since as the only child of […]

We Are Women

  “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure.” Marianne Williamson On the surface, it was a simple girl’s […]

Maximizing Potential

I have two passions when it comes to writing – relationships and wellness. I’ve been blending them on this site since the beginning and I maintained a wellness newsletter for […]

Breakup Advice You Haven’t Heard

Whether it be a brief dalliance or a decades-long marriage, there is no shortage of advice on how to survive a breakup. Much of the advice is sound and can […]

Can’t Get No Satisfaction

In yoga the other day, the instructor guided us into some complicated pose. I think it was called half-twist Bavarian pretzel with a side of mustard. Or something like that. […]

Don’t Miss Out!

Available on Kindle for only $2.99 for a limited time! 5.0 out of 5 stars Incredible story of loss and growth, February 22, 2013 By Buckets81 – See all my […]

Homeostatic

I spend a lot of time thinking about habits – the good, the bad, the intentional and the wholly accidental. In my own life, I have become aware of and […]

Trigger Points

As a runner and weight lifter, I am very familiar with trigger points – painful balls of muscle or fascia caused by acute or repeated trauma. They are  hyperirritable, overresponding […]

Self Deception

  Self deception was the cancer that ate my marriage from within. After he was caught, my husband admitted in a text to my mom that he had started to […]

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