Happy Holidays

Every New Day Is A Gift

Gratitude can transform common days into thanksgivings, turn routine jobs into joy, and change ordinary opportunities into blessings. - William Arthur Ward I hope you are enjoying the festive spirit of

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How To Be Happy

Happiness means different things for different people and so regardless of who you are and what you do, wouldn’t you like the recipe for how to be happy today and every day? What is it that makes you feel happy and joyful? A balanced life perhaps? Could it be self care? Whatever it is to you, take some time to read...

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Here Is Your Key To Abundant Living

Gratitude - the single best practice (outside of meditation, of course) that you can do on a daily basis to improve your entire life. Appreciation changes your whole perspective, your whole world. Suddenly you’re more open to opportunities. And, willing to act on them. If you make time for a little gratitude every day you’ll be amazed by the results...

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Christmas Is for Sharing

Christmas Is for Sharing

Christmas magic doesn’t have to be just for kids. There is no reason to abandon the joy or the mystery of Christmas just because we are adults. Whatever your faith, and whatever your traditions - expand this idea beyond Christmas - it’s a beautiful way for us to reconnect and reaffirm what is truly meaningful...

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Can't Sleep? Meditate!

Can’t Sleep? Meditate!

Meditation is becoming more widely promoted by doctors who understand the mind/body connection, the benefits of meditation, and the impact of stress relief on sleep. While chemical sleep aids can be

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It’s About the Little Things

It’s All About The Little Things

Some time ago, I'm grateful to say, I stopped looking at ordinary things as “ordinary.” And it has made my life indescribably richer. But what makes things ordinary, as opposed to miraculous? It's quite simply 'familiarity'. They say that familiarity breeds contempt, but I don’t think that’s entirely true: the way I see it, familiarity breeds invisibility.

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