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How to be happy every single day

Learning to live a life where you have the power to be happy every single day, seems almost impossible doesn’t it. But it’s not. The key to how to be happy every single day is to find acceptance in everything that comes up. Whether it’s unpleasant or pleasant, it is what needed to happen or was destined to happen for your learning and evolution. I’m not saying that you won’t have times when you’re sad
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Top 10 foods to make you happy again

Fact: Our gut and brain are connected. Which means that whatever you eat has a direct effect on your mood. Your emotional wellbeing, especially when you’re recovering from heartbreak, must be your primary concern if you’re ever going to heal. So, let’s start with the one thing you can control… your eating. I’ll reveal the top 10 foods to make you happy again. Why food can fuel your heartbreak When practitioners say holistic healing today,
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How to Live Your Best Life

What does that even mean in this day and age? I believe to learn how to live your best life it must be part illusion, part creation. You once had a dream of what your life would be like. You know, the dream with the super successful “love of your life” by your side, kids all A+ highly motivated students, your dream home with a Mercedes – Benz GLA or Tesla, frequent exotic adventures and
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Gratitude and Divorce

I have found that everything we’re taught about gratitude is true and that being thankful is the best way to reach freedom and self-love. But when you struggle with thoughts that remind you that you aren’t where you “should” be in your life, the idea of being grateful then becomes an Olympian challenge to achieve. Is it possible to have gratitude for your divorce? I have some thoughts on the subject. We know that break-ups
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Missing Home – the quest to find my new place

I’m surprised to admit that I’ve been looking to the past lately. I preach living in the present and recreating your future. And I encourage seeing the past as a lesson, so it’s a bit of a shock that I find myself in some sort of nostalgic reminiscing land. As I continue on the quest to find my new place, I also find myself missing the home that I spent 20 years to build. I
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