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self-acceptance

11 Ways To Take The Power Back In Your Life

All too often, we give our power away. We put the needs of others in front of ours. We lose sight of our ability to choose, and forget that the only...

Lauren Stahl
April 24 2015

7 Insider Tips To Make Meditation Easier

As a full-time meditation teacher of over eight years, I’ve discovered a lot about what it takes for the average person to master the practice.

Light Watkins
April 21 2015

6 Reasons To Rethink The Idea Of "Aging Gracefully"

Here are six ways to rethink this notion of “aging gracefully," and instead live fully as long as you’re here.

How To Know When You've Done "Enough"

Work, household chores, errands, or time with the kids … many of us struggle to feel as if we’ve done “enough.”

Vanessa Loder, MBA
April 9 2015

12 Empowering Truths I Learned From Losing 125 Pounds & Keeping It Off

After nearly six years of maintaining a 125-pound weight loss, I've collected many insights about my health journey that I know others can benefit...

Naomi Teeter
April 5 2015

I Used To Eat Instead Of Feeling My Emotions. Here's What I Know Now

Today, I'm grateful to report that I no longer struggle with food. And it's NOT because I finally figured out how to make willpower work for me.

Annette Sloan
March 31 2015

Why You Should Stop Complaining For A Week & See What Happens

As mindful as I often strive to be, I am shocked to hear the complaints that come out of my mouth sometimes. Even before the words have been fully...

Kaia Roman
March 28 2015

Do You Freak Out Over Every Little Thing? Here's How To Get Resilient

Do you fly off the handle a little more than you'd like? Here are some signs that you might be a too-delicate flower:

Adele Theron
March 23 2015

7 Signs You're Living Your Truth

It's never too late to start embracing what it means to be your true self.

Lauren Stahl
March 22 2015

5 Reasons Putting Yourself First Is The Opposite Of Selfish

There is a huge myth in our culture that it's time to shake up — the idea that putting yourself first is selfish.

Tracy Thomas, PhD
March 17 2015