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2020 Has Been a Great Year

Posted By managetosoar 348 days ago on Self Improvement

https://managetosoar.com - Reading Time: 4 minutes It definitely has been a hurricane of a year, and it has asked for everything I can give and more. But despite quickly turning into a cartoon character of someone who has completely lost her marbles, I still feel that 2020 has been good to me.
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The 10 Best Stress-Busting Foods

Posted By cmrg57 521 days ago on Self Improvement

https://www.vitalaging4women.com - I don’t know about you, but when I’m stressed out, I often reach for potato chips. How about you? When stress rears its ugly head do you turn to comfort foods such as donuts, cookies, and high-fat comfort foods? It doesn’t take me long to ....

Being Confident In Who You Are vs. Improving Yourself

Posted By ericgolban 94 days ago on Self Improvement

https://www.ericgolban.com - There are two popular thoughts in the realm of self-improvement that I consistently hear. Initially, the two ideas sound contradicting to each other. Both are great points on their own, but I have struggled in the past to see how they can be true at the same time: Be (confident as) yourself Work towards improving …
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All About Macros: The Best and The Worst Carbohydrates, Protein, and Fats to Fuel Your Days

Posted By thesuperherohandbook 487 days ago on Self Improvement

https://www.thesuperherohandbook.com - Carbohydrates, protein, and fats are so incredible. They give us the energy to live our vibrant lives and they fill us up and bring us joy.

Getting Back into the Swing of Things After COVID-19

Posted By ericgolban 240 days ago on Self Improvement

https://www.ericgolban.com - After being decommissioned with COVID-19 for over a week, getting back to normalcy and my daily routine was not an easy transition. I had struggled to go back to doing all of the things in my life that had great benefits: Journaling, meditating, reading, engaging in blogging communities… It all took a backseat as I …
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Overcome the Fear of Putting Your Work Out There

Posted By ericgolban 233 days ago on Self Improvement

https://www.ericgolban.com - The fear of putting your work out there is a real problem many creative minds struggle with that prevents them from sharing their amazing work and creations with others. Does any of the following sound familiar: “I want to write a book.” “My dream is to start my own business.” “My passion is to create.” …
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Sleep Better: Get Your Beauty Sleep, Overcome Insomnia, and Stop Being Tired All The Time

Posted By thesuperherohandbook 453 days ago on Self Improvement

https://www.thesuperherohandbook.com - When you’re trying to live a healthy and super life, getting a good night’s sleep is just as important as exercise and a healthy diet.

How To Develop A Solver’s Mentality To Overcome Problems

Posted By ericgolban 52 days ago on Self Improvement

https://www.ericgolban.com - Last week, I wrote about taking 100% responsibility for your actions. This week, I wanted to address what kind of mentality you can have to make it easier when taking responsibility. This means to stop making excuses for yourself or blaming others for your predicaments. The way to do this is to develop what I …
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7 Ways to Build your Resilience

Posted By cmrg57 547 days ago on Self Improvement

https://www.vitalaging4women.com - One of my favorite books is Life’s Greatest Lessons, written by Hal Urban. Originally published in 1992, the book sums up the author’s life philosophy. Over two decades old, it continues to provide relevant lessons for us today. One chapter is titled, “Life is Hard ....