• Six Simple Insomnia Hacks That Could Change Your Life

    30 to 35% have brief symptoms of all adults struggle with insomnia. I certainly know that I have. And I also know how frustrating the condition can be, I mean, there are only so many reruns of MASH a man can watch late night (ladies, also). If you are like me, you will try anything […]
    • by Erin Reese
    • 3 Years ago
  • The Power Of Sound Can Heal The Body

    I just recently got back from a vacation and while I was gone I was astonished as to how much energy I had. I was out in the sun everyday and spent the majority of the trip hiking and being out in nature. Since being home I found myself missing the sounds of the river, […]
    • by Erin Reese
    • 3 Years ago
  • Simplify: The Productivity Hack You Can’t Do Without

    How can you level up in your time management game? Shhhh… come closer, I’ll tell you the secret. Let me start this way — Years ago I used to carry a heavy, large size bunch of keys in my pocket. I carry this group of little things wherever I go because I failed to do […]
    • by Anthony Dejolde
    • 3 Years ago
  • 4 Gentle Ways to Become Resilient to Shame

    Shame. It’s the only thing you see as you catch a glimpse of yourself in the hallway mirror. Not your smile. Not your hair. Not the color of the shirt you’re wearing. Only the mask of shame and secrecy…and the longing to be free of what has stolen so many years of your life. You’ve […]
  • Does Technology Rule Your Life?

    Lets say tomorrow you had to live without technology. Could you do it? It was only about 15 years ago that people were starting to use cell phones and ipods regularly. Now you walk down the street and you see five year olds who have an iphone. I remember kids playing hopscotch and capture the […]
    • by Erin Reese
    • 5 Years ago
  • 3 Words to Avoid When Responding to Others

    I’ve caught myself using these words. You probably have, too! Here are three common words that we sh — will want to avoid when responding to others! “Should” It’s not a good sign when you use it yourself, and you won’t want to use it with others either. Cindy Dove of Purposed Lives is always […]
  • 2 Child-Centered Alternatives to Traditional School Models

    According to Nikhil Goyal, an author and speaker who serves on the board of Fair Test (an organization which works to end the misuses and flaws of standardized testing and to ensure that evaluation of students, teachers and schools is fair, open, valid and educationally beneficial), American schools are failing their students because “…they are […]
  • Five great tools for a successful relationship

    Relationships are some of life’s toughest tasks. They require a huge amount of work, dedication and understanding. It may be sibling relationship, friendship or marriage but the foundations and principle to keep them healthy are more or less the same. Sometimes after hard work and your best efforts they don’t work out, you may outgrow […]
    • by Kayiba Mpoyi
    • 5 Years ago
  • How To Know If Someone is Telling The Truth

    Have you ever noticed the way people’s eyes move when you are having a conversation with them? Our eyes can give us clues as to what someone is thinking about when we’re talking to them. This is valuable information when figuring out a persons representational system.  According to neurological research, different eye movements such as […]
    • by Erin Reese
    • 5 Years ago
  • 4 Ways to Solve the “If I have to tell you one more time…” Epidemic

    “If I have to tell you one more time to put your smelly football socks actually IN the laundry basket…” you hear yourself say for the 3,871st time this season. You’re more tired of hearing yourself say it than your kid is hearing it, but what’s a parent to do when you just can’t get […]
  • 3 Easy Ways to Rebuild Relationships

    In a world so connected by technology and social media, to be “disconnected” seems almost impossible these days. Or does it? Have you taken time out recently to inventory your closest relationships? Are you so connected to your virtual “friends” perhaps even distant family that you’ve lost contact with those who share space with you […]
  • How to make the most of a New Year

    Every time a year nears its end, we are awaken to changes that need to take place in our lives. These usually come in the form of New Year’s resolution. Resolutions differ from person to person, whether personal, financial and professional or even something as simple as smiling more and liking people’s baby picture posts […]
    • by Kayiba Mpoyi
    • 5 Years ago
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