Tag: #LifeGrowth

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Have you ever come down with feelings of exhaustion or sickness, like a sore throat, when you’ve felt sad or stressed? It might seem a little hippie-dippy, but your emotions have a ton to do with how you feel physically. We reached out to Dr. Chris Gilbert, the author of The Listening Cure: Healing Secrets of an…

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Alright, so about two weeks ago or so I was nearly about to turn into the court to park when a doe and its mom wandered in front of my truck. They meandered through the middle of the road nice and slow without a care of how big my truck was. It didn’t bother me,…

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It can often feel like only bad things happen, and that they always happen all at once. Of course this isn’t true, but have one too many bad or sad experiences, and you’re likely to have quite the negative outlook. When that’s the case, it’s 100 percent necessary to figure out ways to bring more positivity…

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Whether they’re going for a swim or jotting down what they’re thankful for, these mental health experts know how to make time for daily self care. While there’s no one secret to happiness, regular self care can go a long way towards boosting your mood. People find joy in different places, so the key is to identify healthy…

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A new study suggests that stress may lead to migraines in those with certain genetic variations that regulate our sleep-wakefulness cycle. New research has suggested that financial worries may cause migraines in people who have two specific variations in a gene that regulates our biological clock. Our so-called biological clock is the collective name given to a…

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(Please see ‘About’ for the purpose of this blog and here’s how and why it started)     A dedication to all who are suffering out there. Physically (illness) and/or emotionally (mental health/ heartbreak etc). To all with broken dreams.. The story begins with you living a stellar life, or maybe just ordinary. You have problems and struggles…

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You could call Joshua Becker an early pioneer of the minimalist movement.   If you haven’t read his books on minimalism, you might recognize him from the documentary “Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things.” The Wall Street Journal bestselling author was born in Aberdeen, S.D., and attended junior high and high school in Wahpeton,…

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In these busy days, people tend to find themselves preoccupied with so many things that they may have a difficult time simply relaxing and finding enjoyment. The crunch to produce something at work, balance a budget, get an education, and provide for a family, can keep people from being able to take time to pursue…

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I’ve been meaning to finish this book for years but quite often, I’d pick it up, get preoccupied with life and put it down. By neglecting discipline, I was doing myself a huge disservice. A life without discipline is a life without direction. Without direction, my life became empty, trivial and worrisome. I became worn…

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People spend years chasing happiness, only to learn the hard way that it wasn’t where they thought it was. They assume career success, riches, retirement or the “perfect relationship” will bring the happiness they’ve always wanted. In the process, they miss the enjoyable moments all around them. But what will make you happy? To find out,…