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How to Disrupt Worry

Worry tries to convince the mind that it has some value, but in reality it has never solved anything. To disrupt the worry habit you need to not only interrupt it, you need to replace it with something productive to establish a pattern change. Practice shifting your attention away from worry by using the Inner-Ease™ […]


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Sleep Interrupted? 3 Tips to Reset Your Body’s Rhythm

It’s time to try a system reset so you can return to a healthy sleep rhythm. But first some abbreviated science. Our heart beats in a rhythm. Research at the HeartMath Institute found that when we are over-stimulated, overwhelmed, stressed or worried this rhythm becomes irregular and incoherent. Conversely, positive feelings, like love, care or […]


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Just Sayin’… Stress Can Twist Our Words

Ashley walks in the door, “Hey babe, I didn’t hear from you so I went ahead and picked up some take-out in case you don’t want to cook tonight.” Jason snaps back, “What do you mean I don’t want to cook? Don’t I cook every night? You have no idea how many things I have […]


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Show your kindness by supporting local students and teachers

Back-to-school is upon us and due to shrinking school budgets often there are not enough classroom supplies to go around. Your generosity and these suggestions and supply lists below, will make a difference for local students and teachers. Keep in mind it’s not just the pencils and paper kind of tools that they need, tools […]


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Can We Stop With the Self-Sabotage Already?

Self-sabotage, it sounds dramatic but let’s be honest: it’s pretty common. Most of us at one time or another have engaged in it. We set a goal or intention, we’re clear on what we want and then we sabotage ourselves by allowing doubts, negative thoughts and emotions to have far too much air-time in our […]


New Book! Transforming Stress for Teens

A teen’s world can sometimes feel like a tsunami of emotions. Everything can seem intensified and for good reason. Many factors play into their emotional swings from hormonal changes, to establishing independence, to pressure to perform in school or feeling overwhelmed from a heavy homework load – and let’s not forget the pains of social […]


3 Minutes of This Recharges Your Mind & Body

More and more acts of kindness between people are being celebrated. With social media as part of our modern culture these stories are being captured and shared daily. Their viral appeal has a contagious effect that nurtures the positive qualities of humanity. In addition to these celebrated acts of kindness there are also many other […]


The Struggle Is Real!

These five suggestions will help you use the summer wisely so you can re-balance and recharge! Taking a vacation? Make a “family & friends unplugged” agreement. Each person promises to only do one or two brief check-ins for urgent work issues that cannot wait. Commit to honesty and be selective about when you really must […]


3 Tips to boost heart coherence

In one HeartMath® research study published in the Journal of Advancement in Medicine it was observed that just five minutes of genuinely feeling a positive emotion such as appreciation can provide a beneficial boost to the immune system. Positive emotions like appreciation increase heart-rhythm coherence. Use these simple tips to help you boost your daily […]


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Our Unseen Acts of Kindness

More and more acts of kindness between people are being celebrated. With social media as part of our modern culture these stories are being captured and shared daily. Their viral appeal has a contagious effect that nurtures the positive qualities of humanity. In addition to these celebrated acts of kindness there are also many other […]


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The Amazing Power of Care

Watching the news these days can leave one feeling like our world desperately needs more care. Care is a transformative energy realized through our emotions, our attitudes our relationships and how we live our life. We know care is important and that it’s nourishing. This vital resource can add comfort when someone is feeling scared […]


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5 Ideas to Reclaim Your Balance This Summer

These five suggestions will help you use the summer wisely so you can re-balance and recharge! Taking a vacation? Make a “family & friends unplugged” agreement. Each person promises to only do one or two brief check-ins for urgent work issues that cannot wait. Commit to honesty and be selective about when you really must […]


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Summer of Kindness

Recently there was a story that gained viral attention about a young grocery store clerk that took it upon himself to escort an elderly woman across the parking lot so she would have a steady arm to lean on. A bystander was so moved by what he witnessed, he took a picture and shared it […]


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3 Minutes to Recharge Your Resilience

Think of resilience as your inner battery. When our inner battery is charged, we feel better and have more energy and we make better decisions. One of the easiest ways to build resilience is with a daily 3-minute heart coherence session. Heart coherence is a physiological high-performance state that has been extensively studied by HeartMath […]


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2 Steps to Neutralize Emotional Reactions

Wouldn’t it be great if we had an emotion neutralizer that could instantly zap out feelings of anger, irritation and frustration whenever they pop up? Irritations and annoyances are part of life yet they can contribute to chronic low-grade stress draining away our personal energy and resilience. If ever there was a secret to neutralizing […]


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Self-care Isn’t Selfish – It’s Essential for our Resilience

True self-care is an important part of maintaining balance and well-being. People often associate self-care with activities like taking time off, getting a massage, dining out, etc. As we expand our view of true self-care it becomes more inclusive of where and how we invest our personal energy. Consider these powerful and effective ways we […]


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4 Ways to Reset Your Resilience Starting Today

Resilience is something we develop and need to nurture on a regular basis. Take a few days and focus on one of the traits in this short list. Then do the same with another trait and so on. You can also use this list to inspire and write your own list. The intention is to […]


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A Super Tool for Keeping Resilient

Resilience is the new skill to have. Resilience helps reduce the emotional and physical effects of time crunch, overload, edginess, financial pressures and unexpected changes. Resilience helps us stay flexible and bounce forward when we are challenged with stressful circumstances. Research shows that daily stress can have a cumulative effect, which can deplete our reserves […]


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5 Ways to Increase Resilience Right Now

An expanded view of true self-care includes how and where we invest our personal energy. Consider increasing awareness in these areas to support your self-care and resilience building efforts. The #1 self-care resilience practice: Get quiet and recharge. Making time to connect with our heart intelligence is a very important attribute of resilience and self-care. […]


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3 Tips to Develop More Acceptance

Learning to practice acceptance with the small stuff can help build resilience and establish flexibility as a familiar attitude and approach towards life. Be kinder with yourself. One of the areas many people have difficulty with is self-acceptance. Whether it’s being judgmental about our body type, our weaknesses or our personality, we’re often our worst […]


 

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