How to Find Your Life Purpose

watering plants

The soul desires the most auspicious of adventures on Planet Earth. It sends itself, full of giddy delight, careening for the most thrilling of experiences of you being you. The soul is full of purpose, you see, and it leaps at the opportunity to know and expand upon that sense of purpose in the richest and […]

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I rarely ever speak about my weight

Why I never speak of my weight

I used to only ever feel pretty when I was starving. When I fit into my skinny jeans. When my stomach growled with hunger pains. When I comfortably fit in a size 0. As you might imagine, my inner mean girl wasn’t kind. “You have too many dimples on your tush.” “Look at your love […]

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What yoga has taught me about leadership

What yoga has taught me about leadership

Today’s post is from my friend Thais Guimaraes, also known as the catalyst maker Coach Thais. She supports ambitious coaches, healers, teachers, trainers and heart-centered women to optimize their lifestyle, grow a spiritually badass business, step deeper into faith and lead from authentic feminine power. ++++++++++++++ When I first started going to yoga, I was […]

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‘Seasonal eating’ for greater energy with Katie Bressack

a pile of tangerines

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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Writing Love Notes to Our Body with Katie Bressack

Writing love notes to our body modern loft apartment full of art

Today, we are going to write some love notes to our body. I encourage you to get some post it notes, I really like the heart shaped ones, and find a quiet space in your home. Start by asking yourself: “What would my body like to hear daily so I feel empowered, loved and accepted?” […]

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A Healthy Spring Fling with Katie Bressack

Sugar is a bad boyfriend

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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Monday Motivation: Do this 2 min exercise to release your stress

bridge, water and trees on a sunny day

Think about a stressful situation you’re facing at the moment–something small or something epic. Close your eyes and scan your body, noticing where you feel tension when you think about this tough situation. It might take a minute to find the spot. (Good places to check: jaw, shoulders, belly, chest, throat.) Rest your hand on […]

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Monday Motivation: 4 Things to Know About Drinking Green Juice

Green Juice

Drinking a green juice is one of the best parts of my mornings, and I try to do it every day to get a healthy boost of nutrients.  I find that when I stick to a regular Monday through Friday schedule of clean eating, regular exercise, a full nights rest and a green juice I feel and look my […]

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7 Essential Tricks To Make New Habits Stick

young woman leaping with an umbrella on her hand

This time it’s for real. You’re really going to give up coffee. You’re really, actually going to start the day with 10 minutes of meditation and journaling. You’re seriously going to start hunting for a better, more fulfilling job. Sound familiar? (Me, too.) We all love a fresh start. It’s invigorating to brush off the […]

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REAL Soul Food

Real Soul Food

This guest post comes to us via Arielle Adelman – health, nutrition, and wellness coach. Arielle encourages her clients to relish life and overcome body image issues, eating disorders, weight loss, weight gain, depression, lack of energy, addiction, anxiety, loneliness through repairing the imbalances of the Whole Person. You can follow along on Twitter and Facebook.  Let’s talk about […]

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The Perfectly Imperfect Project: Real Self Care

Perfectly Imperfect

I’m a huge, huge proponent of self-care.  So I was thrilled when Mara Glatzel and Tamarisk Saunders-Davies asked me to take part in The Perfectly Imperfect Project. I do my best to give my mind, heart, and body the love they deserve.   Sometimes that means letting go of relationships that aren’t working. Sometimes that means forgiving. […]

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