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June 2011 Archives

I LOVE to read! When I was younger I read books voraciously, at least 2-3 a week. Yet in the last few years, I haven’t read much. I’ve been reading Eat, Pray, Love for many months, and I LOVE the […]

This is post 142 in my series on the Law of Attraction in Action. You CAN use your power to attract all that you need. I do it every day! Read all the posts in my Law of Attraction in […]

Divorce rates are higher than ever. Many people get married fast these days. Celebrities lead the pack, making high profile quickie marriages seem like the norm. But it isn’t, or at least it shouldn’t be in most cases. Celebs like […]

We all have fear sometimes, some of us more than others. Since life can be unpredictable, things come up that you don’t expect and can create anxiety. Even with all my faith I still occasionally get scared, especially by situations […]

I’m delighted to have Laura M. Turner, a 15-year veteran fitness instructor, fitness trainer, journalist, author and natural health practitioner as my guest today. She hosts beauty & body online, a website dedicated to inspiring all to stay healthy, disease […]

This is post 141 in my series on the Law of Attraction in Action. You CAN use your power to attract all that you need. I do it every day! Read all the posts in my Law of Attraction in […]

I’ve heard the expression “mindful eating” many times but it’s finally hit me what that means. I thought it sounded good and just meant watching that you eat healthy. But I’ve changed my definition to mean more than that. I […]

You are what you think. I hear people use some awful names to refer to themselves or during self-talk. Years ago, I thought of myself as knucklehead. I’d call me knucklehead when I thought about something I’d said or done. […]

When I was in elementary school, every year I faced the dreaded day we’d be herded into the gym, lined up, and one by one put on a scale. The dreaded part was when the teacher called out our weight, […]

I’m amazed by how many people scoff off the idea of getting a good night’s sleep. The say they don’t have time. Five hours is enough. But it really isn’t. While people get used to functioning on little sleep, it […]