2 Secret Weapons to Breaking Any Bad Habit

We all have bad habits. Some of us have a bad habit of smoking, drinking, or using substances. Those are the obvious ones. But what about the less obvious ones.

Do you push snooze? Do you take too big of helpings at dinner? Do you skip your...

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The 3 Most Misunderstood Words

Imagine that I asked you to go out and find a kapinion. It’s really important that you do this and it’s crucial you get it right. If you don’t do it right, it’s going to ruin your life.

You might be asking right now,...

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3 Myths of Self-Care

You’ve likely heard this line. It seems to be the go-to suggestion for anyone who is dealing with stress, anxiety, depression, or any other mental, emotional, or even physical issue.

Self-care.

“Do you have stress? Oh, you need more...

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What Do You Do With Your Time?

I have a story to share with you. This story isn’t mine. It comes from Matthew Kelly’s The Rhythm of Life. It was just so good I had to share.

Once upon a time there was an investment banker. He lived in New York, was...

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I Didn’t Choose Anxiety

Sometimes people get a bit upset with us.

If you’re familiar with our philosophy, you’ll have noticed that we say things like, “Stress is your choice” or “Anxiety is your choice.”

And this sometimes meets...

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5 Tips to Live More Patiently

I am not the most patient person in the world. I’m pretty sure I’m not alone when I confess to getting impatient in line at the grocery store, waiting for traffic to move along, waiting for other people to do this or that, or waiting...

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Of Mountains and Molehills

For those of you who don’t know me, I love God’s creatures. From horses to earthworms, from birds to bees, I love them all.

Well, almost all of them. I have a nemesis. Moles.

Those little buggers. I can’t come up with one good...

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Breaking the Stress Habit

 

We typically feel negative emotions. The more we feel them, the more "engrained" they become in our physiology.

Like walking through a meadow. Walk through it once and you can't tell that you've been there. Walk through it on the same path over...

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When Life is a Puzzle

Here’s a metaphor for you:

Have you ever tried putting together a puzzle without knowing the final image? It’s difficult to know where all the pieces go because you don’t know what you’re working towards. Your life can be...

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How to Make Change

So many people I talk to want things to be different in their life. Maybe not huge things like to move to a different country, change careers, or travel for a year. But usually more subtle things. Like have a better relationship with their spouse...

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