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Ghostbusters: How I’ve Handled Being Ghosted

In honor of the spooky season upon us, I felt it appropriate to dive into the very strange, hurtful and all-too-common practice of ghosting. For those of you lucky enough to not know exactly what I’m talking about, I’ll explain. Ghosting is a social phenomenon where, seemingly out of nowhere,...
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Simple Tools I Use to Manage Frustration

Okay, so, I don’t know if this resonates with all of you (I mean, I hope it does), but these past few months have felt intense. Can you relate? I’m not sure if there’s something happening in the cosmos, on this planet, or just in my small life sphere, but...
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People Who Are Inspiring Me Right Now

No man (or woman) is an island. Even though we can cultivate all that we wish to be from the inside, life would be pretty boring and uneventful if we didn’t have people around us who inspire, motivate, and teach us what life really is all about. While I know...
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What I Want to Remind You About Regarding Purpose

I know that “purpose” is an incredibly hot self-help buzzword these days. If you were to do an internet search on the word, you would probably find dozens of events, workshops, and even blogs hoping to teach about the importance of purpose, and how you can find it. For a...
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Why I Want to Stop Being Nice

For most of my life I have held a deep desire to be nice. I’m not exactly sure where that intention was sparked within me, but I think the virtue was likely ingrained in me as a child. “You must always be nice”, “be a nice person”, “if you can’t...
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Remembering Your Power

I was talking to a friend the other day, and she was ranting to me about someone she follows on social media. Based on her commentary of this person, she didn’t really like the person, she didn’t understand the person, and she wasn’t gaining a whole lot by following and...

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