Happiness



Happiness

In Gratitude

If you follow Peaceful Mind Peaceful Life on Instagram, this week you probably noticed we hit a major milestone: ONE MILLION supporters! For a long, long time, I really ignored numbers and stats like that. I never wanted our work to be about quantity, but rather quality and impact. I...
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My Intention for 2020

Happy Sunday, my sweet friends! I hope that the start of this new year has been kind to all of you. If you’ve been reading the blog for some time now, you know that one of my favorite practices to ring in a new year is to choose an intentional...
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5 Habits I’m Releasing Before 2020

I saw a meme on social media recently, that served as a reminder that we are rapidly closing in on the end of 2019, which subsequently means we are nearing the end of this decade. Though we can all choose to interpret and define time and how it influences our...
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How I Get Myself Out of Ruts

There’s something to be said, and benefits to be listed, about having a really solid routine in life. I know I tend to function and operate at my best capacity when I have good, healthy habits in place, and my routine feels solid and fulfilling. I could write about habits,...
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What I Learned When I Started to Tell the Truth

If you had ever asked me if I considered myself an honest person, I would unequivocally answer yes. From when I was a small child, the value of honesty and integrity was deeply instilled in me, and so I felt that honesty was a big piece of who I am...
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The Truth About Cultivating a Relationship with Yourself

One of my very favorite, and most rewarding aspects of living an aware and mindful life is the privilege of really learning, understanding, and honoring who I am. I truly believe that we are all here for such incredible, unique purposes, and that, we really do ourselves a disservice when...

Editors Pick

The Practice by Barb Schmidt

Barb offers readers life-changing spiritual guidance in an easy to follow format, and what makes this book so magnificent is that she has infused her own stories and struggles to help readers connect and learn.
Gabrielle Bernstein, New York Times bestselling author of May Cause Miracles