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Social Media Vacation

It’s the new year and I’m back from my self-imposed social media vacation. I swore off Facebook. Pinterest, and Instagram for the entire month of December. I wanted to quiet my mind. Cocoon myself from the traffic of the word and listen to myself breathe. It has been a cleansing and I feel revitalized.

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ADHD and Epsom Salts – Soothing Anxiety the Natural Way

Magnesium is an essential mineral found in our bodies. Magnesium helps to produce serotonin which is a chemical the body produces to induce relaxation, a feeling of well-being and happiness. Sulfate is necessary for the formation of brain tissue and proper neurotransmitter function. Just ten minutes of soaking our feet every day or taking a warm Epsom salt bath can calm our nerves and have a positive effect on our anxiety. It is worth trying and your feet will appreciate you for the extra pampering.

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The Devil's In The Details - Adult ADHD

It is no longer the classroom that is dangerous territory. It is the boardroom. The landmines are still there to narrowly avoid…the bullies…the authority figures…the confinement of fitting in. It depends on the day. One day we are a master, the other, a bewildered child who must fake it to make it. We don’t want anyone to know we are not worthy or capable. We try harder to the point of breaking.

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Imagine That - I Feel Confident

I have a challenge for you.  If you lack confidence, you will instantaneously question where this is going and if you should participate. I promise this isn’t that kind of challenge. This is a challenge to possibly take you out of your comfort zone but it will ultimately give back to you - just trust in yourself and the power of your mind.  

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Teen Mindfulness

As a teenager and student, you may frequently find yourself dealing with the ever-growing struggle of living up to expectations. These may be the expectations of others or more commonly, the expectations you impose on yourself. The stressors of navigating the world at this time in your life are real and can feel very intense.

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Kimberly Farish
Finding Balance

Finding work/life balance in this day and age can be difficult. We may be driven by making more and more money without consciously realizing that it costs you more time. Time is something that’s value is beyond all the gold in the world.  When you are on the journey of making your mark in the world you often forget that relationships are the true treasure that pays the highest return.

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Admit That Yоu Arе Prосrаѕtinаting

Evеrуоnе procrastinates one timе or other in their livеѕ, and it iѕ ԛuitе nаturаl tо dо so. But it bесоmеѕ a рrоblеm whеn we саnnоt make оurѕеlvеѕ tаkе uр tasks thаt nееd completion, and соnѕtаntlу find оurѕеlvеѕ with lоng-оvеrduе bills and tаx rеturnѕ, mоuntаinѕ оf mаtеriаl tо tасklе оn the еxаm day morning, реrmаnеntlу unсlеаn hоmеѕ оr unfiniѕhеd projects оn dеаdlinе dауѕ.

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Breakout Your Sword

Reaching out into the world to attempt something new can be daunting at any age. It takes a glittering heap of self-confidence to even take the first step. When you are older with many productive years of valuable experience behind you’d naturally think it would be easier—It is not. Self-doubt occupies center stage and you find yourself confused about the reasons you wanted this in the first place.

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