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How Plastic Surgery can Benefit You

The Self Improvement Blog | Self Esteem | Self Confidence

At one point or another, we all feel like we have problematic areas of our bodies that we would like

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Love Isn’t Enough (and Other Lessons from Ending a 6-Year Relationship)

“Some people think that it’s holding on that makes one strong; sometimes it’s letting go.” ~Unknown

Sometimes we prolong relationships for the sake of comfort and familiarity. We’re fearful of what’s out there, and life without a partner. No matter …

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Want the truth about vaccines for your children? Here’s a MUST SEE.

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As a parent you have  to make a decision before your child starts school: Do I vaccinate or NOT vaccinate?

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Stop Waiting for the Other Shoe to Drop and Start Living Fully

“Use your precious moments to live life fully every single second of every single day.” ~Marcia Wieder

I recently came back from an amazing vacation overseas with my family. All of our travel went smoothly, everyone stayed healthy, and there …

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Yoga Science Teaches Us How to Transform Energy

The Self Improvement Blog | Self Esteem | Self Confidence

You learned in grade school science class that energy can appear in either the potential or kinetic form. The electricity

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Take the Leap: Reinvent Yourself and Be Who You Want to Be

“The only thing that punk rock should ever really mean is not sitting around and waiting for the lights to go green.” ~Frank Turner

I was exactly where I should have been on the afternoon I jumped. I was …

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Exercise Motivation, The Weird Way

image: flikr Do you look forward to a strenuous workout? If so, congratulations! But the rest of what follows may seem like incomprehensible gibberish to you. If you don’t need to twist your brain into pretzel-like configurations in order to motivate yourself to exercise: you are free to resume websurfing. ...

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How Reframing Your Self-Critical Thoughts Can Help Ease Anxiety

“Don’t let the sadness of your past and the fear of your future ruin the happiness of your present.” ~Unknown

I know what it feels like to be scared.

I know what it feels like to question your sanity, your …

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7 Daily Habits of Top Class Performers

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The most successful entrepreneurs, billionaires and those at the top of their field have developed purposeful routines that allow them

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What to Do After a Breakup: A Brief Guide for the Newly Single

“Even in the loneliest moments I have been there for myself.” ~Sanober Khan

Last year, I decided to leave my boyfriend, who I had a loving and wonderful relationship with. I left for logistical reasons. I didn’t like the city …

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