Looking Back and Remembering How Far You’ve Come

looking back There is magic in looking back and reminding yourself how far you’ve come. Do it and notice what a beautiful human being you’ve become.
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Coping with Missing Your Family and Friends

It hasn’t been an easy first half of the year. COVID restrictions have made missing your loved ones the norm. These reminders will help you cope better.
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When Life Gives You Lemons…

When life gives you lemons, make lemonade. Or lemon zest. Or mix it with other fruits for a zesty fruit salad. Whatever you do, it’s up to you.
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What I’m Most Looking Forward to…

looking forward to It’s true that absence makes the heart grow fonder. I miss my freedom like never before. Here is what I’m most looking forward to when I get it back.
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How to Put the Spring in Your Step

spring in your step There’s no time like today to add some spring in your step. Use the season of spring as inspiration and start skipping around in joy.
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10 Truths About Living in Lockdown

lockdown Lockdown is hard. It’s new, it’s foreign, and you’re doing your best to navigate it how you can. Here are my learnings from it so far.
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If You Were Stranded on a Desert Island…

stranded on desert island You are not stranded on a desert island, though learning to live in self-isolation is pretty darn close. Here is one fun activity to keep you entertained.
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What I’ve Learned About Working from Home

working from home Working from home can feel like heaven or hell. After eight years of doing it myself, I’ve learned a few lessons on how to make it more heavenly.
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13 Tips to Help You Stay Calm in the Midst of Chaos

stay calm Occasionally life sends us on a wild ride and there is nothing we can do except hold on tight and try to stay calm. Here are some tips on how.
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The Day I Met Descartes and What I Learned From Him

descartes philosophy Sometimes the universe sends you clear signals. Other times you have to work to decipher them. The day I met Descartes was definitely the latter case.
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