Tag Archives: self-improvement

Eat a Rainbow Daily

Not a day has gone by lately where I haven’t heard at least one person say something like “I need to get back into shape” or “I really need to start eating better.”  Generally this stems from a feeling of … Continue reading

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I Love Me…In a Good Way – The Personal Side

In today’s society, self-esteem is perhaps more elusive than ever.  All day long we are bombarded with images of what we should look like, drive, wear, etc.  Women and men feel extreme pressure to live up to the standard of … Continue reading

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I Love Me…In a Good Way – The Practical Side

If you are depressed, anxious, addicted to drugs or alcohol, in a domestic violence relationship or suffering from Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, you may have low self-esteem.  In fact, low self-esteem plays a role in many mental health disorders.  However, you … Continue reading

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Resolutions: How to Make Them Work – The Personal Side

A family friend once said, “Goals that are not written down are rarely achieved.”  When I first heard this statement I did not think much of it.  Nevertheless, I decided to give it a try.  About a year ago, I … Continue reading

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Resolutions: How to Make Them Work – The Practical Side

Most people will make one or more “new year resolutions” on or before January 1st.  Unfortunately, many of these people will never fully realize their goals, even though they try their hardest to do so.    

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