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Conquer the Fear of Moving to a New City

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Fear is known to us all. Like a shadow, it follows us around all our lives – sometimes being a friend and most of the time an enemy. Moving to a new place, new town, new country is the perfect example how the fear can influence us and our loved ones, often becoming a nerve-racking situation. But if humans...

How to Make Moving as Stress-Free as Possible

Nobody likes moving. Inevitably, it takes longer than you anticipate and causes more stress than you're prepared to deal with. Moving your entire existence and livelihood from one place to another isn't easy, but there are ways that you can make it as stress-free as possible. Follow these tips and tricks, and you might just find that the process...

The Best Wearable Fitness Trackers of 2016

Wearable technology is the hot thing right now, and there's never been a more loaded market for fitness trackers.  If you're looking to jump start a healthier lifestyle, a fitness tracker might be just the thing for you.  Keep track of how many steps your walk per day, monitor your heart rate, understand your sleeping habits and more.Just about...

When Self-Talk is a Life-Altering

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Self-Talk is a Life-Altering Technolgy The Shalom Institute is off of Mulholland highway in the Malibu hills. Early Saturday morning we took off in that direction from San Diego. Our plan was to spend the morning with Stacey J. Warner, certified Equus and Life Coach and Sandra Dee Robinson, founder of, and super savvy Media Coach in their “Leadership Communication...

7 Signs You’re Addicted to Your iPhone

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Hi, my name is Cara and I'm addicted to my iPhone. This 30-day challenge has made it pretty clear that I have a problem. My iPhone (and any screen, for that matter) obstructs my mindfulness. Because I am working to be more mindful in my actions, I'm starting to notice when I compulsively check my iPhone. In yoga we learn to notice and...

Let Travel Sites Do the Leg Work

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Summer vacations hold a special appeal to me, harking back to the excitement heralded by the final bell on the last day of the school year, so many years ago.  But now that I’m grown up and have to do the leg-work to plan the trip, I’m often exhausted before I get out the door.  The wealth of online...

Get Organized: 5 Steps to A “Clean” Inbox

I established my Yahoo email account many years ago. In those days, email was something to look forward to, usually a nice correspondence with a friend or family member. Boy have times changed. My account now receives upwards of 500 spam messages weekly, and most of the messages I receive are certainly not from family and friends, which is...

Sexual Predators Online – “Form The Norm” For Your Child

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There it was. Stone cold. Staring me squarely via Twitter DM (a.k.a. “direct message”).Last week, a young girl reached out to me and asked, “What’s up, girlfriend?” I returned her message, politely thanking her for the follow. (For those of you not on Twitter, people “follow” one another to connect.) Coupled with a few other remarks she offered, “I’m...

The glory of going off the grid

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We are analog creatures living in a digital age.This past weekend, I attended an orientation in Putney, Vermont for a teaching and leading gig I’m undertaking this summer, for National Geographic Student Expeditions. The orientation was held at the Putney Student Travel barn, a beautiful, zen facility in the rustic, woodsy state that holds a larger part of my...

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