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I am Beautiful

Wayne Dyer was being interviewed by Anthony Robbins.  Tony said that he understood that Wayne had a very difficult childhood.  Dr. Dyer said “no” he really didn’t have a difficult childhood.  His father was abusive and his childhood had everything we would associate with a difficult time but he didn’t know any different, so for […]

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You are more than a number

When was the last time you actually said something nice to yourself? Do you ever stop and look at yourself and REALLY like what you see? Do you take the time to look deep inside and love who you are? Many women I meet are so unaware of the words they use and the energy […]

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Hiding out vs. Stepping out

California here I come, right back where I started from, where bowers of flowers bloom in the spring….. What an appropriate song. I’m flying to LA to visit my baby girl,  inspired to write by the movie “What to expect when you’re expecting”..a comedy eliciting  mega tears in me. Reminding me of what life is, […]

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An Interesting Question

An Interesting Question

I’m sitting here with my husband while waiting for my children to arrive back home after a day in DC with their dad. One of my Spotlight 2011 Sisters fromHolistic MBA posted an interesting question tonight. She asked what our “Inner Aphrodite” (the goddess within) would do if we knew we couldn’t fail. Here’s how I […]

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How Do You Know if You’re Toxic?

What’s Your Body’s Chemical Burden? by Sloan Barnett: Author, Green Goes with Everything, Would you believe me if I told you even your unborn child has toxins flowing through her blood? It’s scary, but true. More than 200 toxic chemicals were identified in the umbilical cord blood of unborn babies in a groundbreaking study by the […]

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Air Quality

Why the Air Quality Indoors is Important to Your Health

There is a lot of concern over air pollution and greenhouse gasses in the environment, but it might be surprising to learn that the air quality indoors is often just as bad, and in many cases worse, than the air outdoors.  People, on average, spend the majority of their day indoors, so they are most likely going to […]

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Eat Healthy

How to Eat Healthy When You’re on the Go

When you’re home, you are master of your domain. You control what comes into the kitchen and what lands on your children’s plates. But what happens when you’re not at home – when you’re traveling, fighting traffic, waiting at the airport, running late or stuck at the mall and your child is starving? The fear […]

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Green Technology Trends

Green Technology Trends in 2011

Each time a new green technology is revealed, it becomes clearer that humans can live in a more efficient way that’s not only better for the environment, but healthier as well.  Here are some top green technology trends for 2011 that are going to revolutionize the way you live and how you spend your money. Saving Water […]

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Have Your Ever Been Bullied at Work?

Workplace bullying: North America’s silent epidemic by Ray Williams, Financial Post (Canada), May 4, 2011 http://www.workplacebullying.org/2011/05/04/npost/#more-4238 Workplace bullying has become a silent epidemic in North America, one that has huge hidden costs in terms of employee well being and productivity. Also known as psychological harassment or emotional abuse, bullying involves the conscious repeated effort to wound and […]

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ADCAN, Juicing and Cacao

got energy? First things first. Meeting everyone at this past Sunday’s ADCAN gathering was certainly a great pleasure. I hope you had as much fun as I did. Your generous hearts made me feel so welcomed and I thank you all so much for your kind and thoughtful “Thank you” gift card, which will go […]

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