Monday Motivation: This Story Does Not Belong To Me

not my story

Many of us have childhoods that are at best speckled with fleeting pain and at worst riddled with so many puncture wounds that if you held it up to the light it would resemble a less than elegant lace doily. Very few of us escape growing up in the soil of a past that is […]

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4 Easy Ways To Feel Healthier in Your Body


With spring comes the excitement of sunshine, fresh flowers and warmer temps. Over the past 3 weeks you have added in some spring foods, reduced your sugar intake wrote love notes to your body and as a result are hopefully clearer and more confident. This week we will be discussing the addition of four healthy […]

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Date the partner who is sure they want to date you!

partner who is sure they want to be with you

I am fortunate enough to speak to, on average, 25 bright, gorgeous, spirited clients a week.  The majority of these clients are woman–close to 90%– and they are exquisite. She is usually good at what she does and wants to be great or stuck in some area of her life and wants to get unstuck. […]

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‘Seasonal eating’ for greater energy with Katie Bressack


As we continue our Spring Fling together, today we are going to add a little more Spring to your plate. Whenever the seasons change our cravings do too. Remember this past December when your body was craving root veggies and meat? Your body was craving heavier and more nourishing foods to help keep you warm. […]

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Funny things are happening to my face (+ the only constant)


Hi sweet souls, I will be 39 years old this coming year and since I hit my late 30s (nearly 40s!–oh my!) there have been many physical changes—most notably my face. My hope-driven efforts to defy gravity and counteract the undeniable and visible etches of time on my body are just that–hopeful. The crows feet […]

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A Healthy Spring Fling with Katie Bressack


Growing up in New Hampshire, as soon as March arrived I had a serious case of Spring Fever. I couldn’t wait to toss my winter jacket and liberate my toes. It usually didn’t happen until May or so, but it felt so good to know that warmer weather was on its way. No matter where […]

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A Journey Into Sisterhood

journey into sisterhood

Today’s guest post is from the lovely Leora Edut, creatrix of Goddess on the Go. She’s talking sisterhood, support and empowerment. I’m the first to admit I didn’t grow up believing in sisterhood. I was actually a loner, competitive with other people, and had a secret story playing in my mind that people didn’t really […]

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So, you screwed up. (Now, how to apologize)

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Saying “I’m sorry” is seldom pleasant or easy, so if you’re going to do it at all, let’s make it count! An important part of apologizing is learning not to make excuses.  We can get scared and do or say something hurtful, inappropriate or insensitive. And, rather than facing the incident head on with a […]

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Dear D: Am I expecting too much from him?


Dear Danielle, Half the time my boyfriend of one year makes me feel so loved and half the time I feel like I’m not valued. I’m confused. Am I just over-thinking things, or is he just not that into me? He recently bought me an engagement ring. He took me shopping several times and wanted […]

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