• Well-Being
    Why “Me Time” is Necessary for Your Well-Being

    Taking “me time” has long been a source of guilt for women. Studies show that busy women, no matter whether they have full-time paid careers, have children, or have both, take less leisure time for themselves than...

    • Posted 4 years ago
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  • 7 Tips to a Better You: Make a Routine and Stick To It
    7 Tips to a Better You: Make a Routine and Stick to It

    By Mary Wong – Whether it’s a career goal like moving into the C suite or something more personal like losing weight, most people are always looking for a way to better themselves in some way. In...

    • Posted 5 years ago
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  • Becoming the Best “You” – You Can Be

    By Carol Doyel – As a woman 50+ this is a season that many of us are faced with our own mortality. As we age we face the issues that go along with getting old. I’ve noticed that many...

    • Posted 8 years ago
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    The 8 Most Damaging Excuses People Make For Their Unhappiness

    By Kathy Caprino – In honor of this exciting new year upon us, I’ve been thinking of my many clients this year – my wonderful, wacky, dedicated, and resilient clients who’ve made fantastic change in their lives...

    • Posted 9 years ago
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  • Re-Construct

    By Vicki Norris – Has the roof fallen in? Or, is your life being uncomfortably rearranged? Sometimes life presents us with a reconstruction process. Construction is one thing. You were most likely involved in the building process...

    • Posted 9 years ago
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  • How to Create what you Want through the Power of Visualization

    By Jane Morrison – Have you ever wondered how those Olympic athletes have such drive, willpower and tenacity to push their bodies to the limit of physical capabilities? It’s because they have a vision, an end in...

    • Posted 10 years ago
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  • Image Changes Bring Out the Real You

    By Sandy Dumont – BEFORE                                                                                                                                                                             AFTER Mary Ann Malloy lost twenty pounds and decided it was time to get an image change to match her newfound figure. She plans to lose another twenty pounds, but she’s already off...

    • Posted 11 years ago
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