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Growing Young

If you've ever gotten tired of tracking the latest superfood or exercise fad, and longed for something more aligned with daily living, then Marta Saraska, science journalist published in the Washington Post, Scientific American, the Atlantic, Discover and author of "Growing Young" is speaking your language. In a recent conversation, she shares how friendship, optimism, and kindness can help you live to 100. Sound good?

 

Here are some takeaways:

Optimism can prolong life by as much...

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How to Deal with Overwhelm!

Overwhelm has been described as 20-foot wave crashing into you. We all have those moments when it all gets to be too much. Too much pressure, too much intensity of anger, sadness, fear, or worry can all provoke either an outburst, a state of paralysis, or even panic.  Waves are never static though, they come and go. What if you had more ways to surf the wave, and bring you back to yourself? Here are some reminders that you CAN take agency in your life....

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The Universe Always Has A Plan

 

Amazing!! I recently interviewed Matt Kahn to talk about awakening in challenging times. If you don’t know him already, Matt is the author of the best-selling books Whatever Arises, Love That, Everything Is Here To Help You and The Universe Always Has A Plan. As a highly attuned empathic healer, his over 17 million YouTube channel viewers are finding support in healing the body, awakening the soul, and transforming reality through the power of love.

  

We spoke...

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Invitation to a Deeper Conversation: Racism, Trauma and Change

In the midst of the Covid pandemic, we have a pandemic of another sort, and both are arising to instill healing. Can the be an opportunity for a conversation about what is going on in our world, our country, and ourselves?

 

 

I’ll be the first to say, I’m a white woman – I do not know what it’s like to live as a black person in America – I am ignorant. But I’m open to know more, and I want to encourage conversation, education, and...

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Facing Tough Times? 2 Steps to Ease Your Way

A couple of weeks ago, you may know that I was taking a pause. My mom had just gone into hospice, and I wanted to be fully present to her, the situation, say everything I wanted to say... and send her off knowing how much she was loved.

 

 

I'm grateful that my family and I were able to do this; many don't have the opportunity. One moment is very close to me; it was an instant when she opened her eyes and was very present. This gift...

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5 Ways to Deal with Highly Charged Situations

 

Sitting around the house in closed quarters can have its pressure cooker moments. It’s really good to plan in advance for when those moments arise, and have some go-to strategies at the ready whenever you may need them. Today, I want to give you 5 ways to handle whatever comes your way, specifically in the form of 5 questions you can ask yourself:

 

1. What am I feeling in this moment?

This activates your awareness, not only about what is going on around you, but also about what...

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3 Keys to Emotional Resilience

 

Resilience can be seen two ways - like a tree that sways in the storm but doesn't break, OR it can be what in Japan is called Kintsugi - the idea of repairing a ceramic bowl with gold in the broken places - the quality of putting together the broken pieces, to create something new, stronger and even more beautiful. Broken but repaired. Not shattered but stronger.

 

One thing that is a huge help is our perspective. There is a wonderful piece going around the internet, called WE ARE NOT IN...

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Want to relieve stress fast? Here’s how – good for humans of all ages!

There is no doubt that we are living in challenging times. Working from home, juggling schedules, kids, homework, and all the emotions that come with this new uncharted territory. When you or your family need a quick reset, to bypass the mind and get to a calmer place quickly, here’s something you can do yourself or together.

 

First of all, take a seat, or this can even be done lying down. Imagine a color that represents to you peace and calm and serenity and joy. What is...

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Money got you stressed? Read This! ❤️

 

If you are worried about losing your job, your hours or life as you know it this next year, you are not alone. In a world wracked by change, it’s hard to feel certain about anything, including your financial future. What if you knew there was a way to not only express your dreams but to build a steady financial stream doing it?

 

Chris Guillebeau, New York Times bestselling author of the $100 Startup, Side Hustle, and The Art of Non-Conformity, is also the founder of...

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A Counterintuitive Way to Release Fear

 

 

It's hard to escape the fear that's in the air. Open the news - it can pummel you. If you know any friends affected by the virus, it becomes even more personal. It is normal for fear to take the front seat now - we have entered the unknown.

 

The first instinct might be the keep calm and carry on, which for many people is code for burying the emotion, only to have it show up later even more intensely. But what if there were a better way - a way of holding the fear...

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