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Self-Care Practices for the Holidays

Happy Sunday! We are officially in the full swing of the holiday season! Generally speaking, when we think of the holidays, we think of happiness, family, fun, and cheer. Expectations can feel high this time of year, and we can be pulled in many different directions. For many of us,...
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Asking for Help

Do you ever have those moments (or even phases) where you lie to yourself to get out of something? I think we all have done this at one point or another. I recently was in this very tricky spot, where I subconsciously was lying to myself regarding my personal development...
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Beating Burnout

One of the things I love about the culture of the world today is the strong belief that we can have it all. Abundance and opportunity are trending, possibilities are endless, and our capability to do it all seems higher than ever. Sometimes we get so encouraged, so motivated, and...
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5 Tips for Cultivating Inner Strength

This week I want to talk about the word strength. and what I believe it means to be strong. Often when we hear the word strong, we think of muscle and physical capability. Today I will talking about inner strength and mental toughness. While the physical is certainly important, and...
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4 Habits That Add Stress to Your Life

In almost every conversation I have with friends, family, or acquaintances, the topic of managing stress habitually comes up. If I were to poll all of you reading this article right now on what is bothering you the most, I imagine a majority of you would answer something related to stress, and...
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5 Quotes That Changed My Life

If you have been in the Peaceful Mind Peaceful Life community long enough, you know that we really love inspiring quotes. Though we created this site as a way to offer peace, community, and inspiration, my personal love of quotes stems from when I was very young. I have always...
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Conversation with July Peacemaker Tara Stiles

July’s Peacemaker is one of my very favorite people. I learned about Tara Stiles a few years ago, and immediately knew that she was someone very special in this world. Tara’s style of yoga, Strala, urges students to move with ease, rather than force, and her yogic philosophies have not...
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June Peacemaker Spotlight: Q&A with Quentin Vennie

This month’s featured Peacemaker is Quentin Vennie. He is a writer, speaker, wellness expert and author of the forthcoming memoir The Hardest Truth (Rodale, 2017). He continues to share his experiences growing up in Baltimore, the impact poverty has had on his life, and how he overcame addiction, an anxiety...

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