Traditions for When Santa Stops Being Real

Probably one of the most heartbreaking experiences or possibly one of the biggest reliefs, depending on the child, is the moment you tell your child that Santa is not real. I have heard it from many moms and felt it myself, but the moment the Big Guy in the Red Suit is no longer the bringer of...

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Are you a Finisher or a Starter?

Maybe you’ve have heard this phrase in the self-help and goal-setting space. 

 

Limited Beliefs.


Maybe you’re like me and kind of didn’t recognize it as a validating thought approach because it seemed too much like the self-talk morning moments that become pretty...

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What Peeling Apples taught me about Authenticity

When I was a little girl, maybe about four years old, my grandfather would sit me in one of his director chairs (you know the kind you see movie stars sit in when they are interviewed) and peel apples for me under our small orchard in our yard. I can remember revealing at his fantastic skill to...

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Daily Steps for Writing a Blog That Benefits Your Business

You have been playing around with blogging for a little while now. You set up a free website account just to be able to write down your thoughts or ideas when they come to you. Maybe you’ve even started considering adding a business aspect to your blog like a coaching service or a product...

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Did Participation Trophies Make Us Workaholics?

For a while now, I’ve felt judged for not feeling motivated by titles, product rewards, or free lunches. It got me thinking about if I was the only one who was disenchanted by them. I got to thinking about how companies and even the way I validated my own work with rewards was attributing...

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