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Simple Meditation Guide

Many of us are living mindlessly these days instead of mindfully. Mindful Moments are when you stop your mind, body and soul, for a moment in time and focus on one thing only. No multitasking but intentionally focusing on something for a moment. This month we are celebrating meditation so…

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Celebrate the Feminine Mothers Day

The feminine has been celebrated since ancient Greece and throughout the ages in all cultures, religions, and spiritualities. When I was at Emory, I was fascinated by the theology of the Amma, the holy mother, governing the early monasteries. The Amma was the CEO of the monastery. She was in…

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financial stress tips, financial stress triggers

Top Financial Stress Triggers

Money does not buy happiness, but it can be the source of a lot of stress. Worrying about unpaid bills and living paycheck to paycheck can cause physical and mental pain. With financial stress tips, you can overcome your money fears by taking small positive steps toward a more financially…

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9 Healing Superfoods- National Nutrition Month, MIndful Eating Everyday

9 Healing Superfoods for Nutrition Month

I want to share some healing superfoods that you should have in your diet on a daily basis if possible. Food is a natural medicine for your mind and body and it’s National Nutrition Month. I thought it would be a good time to share some of the invaluable information…

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lent season tips, 40 Day Mindful Makeover

40 Day Mindful Makeover for Lent

The Lent season begins March 6. Lent is the 40 days before Easter. It is considered a spiritually sacred time and an opportunity for changing a habit. I invite you to try having a 40-day mindful makeover this year. Lent can be a life-changing experience.  Each Lent, our family met…

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Alice Paul: Tortured/Beaten (Women’s History Month)

On November 1917, Dr. Alice Paul and her fellow suffragists were beaten and tortured for seeking the right to vote. These courageous women experienced unbelievable terror at Occoquan Prison on November 14, 1917 known as “The Night of Terror. They were force fed food through tubes that was infested with…

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Olympic Inspiration, The Way I See It

Start Your Impossible and Stay Motivated

Olympic Inspiration The 2018 Winter Olympics were astounding. The incredible Olympic athletes always inspire us to follow our dreams and stay motivated. Many athletes have started with the impossible. Olympic athletes have overcome incredible odds to be the best in the world. Most athletes have suffered enumerable injuries, emotional trials,…

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Jealousy the Green Eyed Monster, The Way I See It

Jealousy: The Green Eyed Monster

“Shakespeare described jealousy as “the Green-Eyed Monster.” Jealousy is thoughts or feelings of insecurity, fear, concern, and envy over relative lack of possessions, status or something of great personal value. There are different types of jealousy and the symptoms of it can be emotional, physical, and relational so please be…

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