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How to reboot your mind in 1 hour (or less)

Unless you’re a fan of screen freezes and glitches, you regularly reboot your computers, tablets and smartphones, right? But what do you do to regularly reboot your mind? We all need a bit of a mind boost to keep our thinking sharp and our energy flowing. And now you can get one every month with …

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How we create our own accidents, injuries and physical pain (no kidding!)

I woke up the other morning and I could barely move. A pain in my lower left back was so big and bold it was eating my entire body. Yikes is right. While the first thought for many of us would have been to grab for the ibuprofen, mine was a totally different thought altogether: …

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Why positive affirmations don’t always work (and how to fix it)

Whether you glance at my bathroom mirror, my tarot card desk or the chicken-shaped magnet board by the fridge, you’ll see positive affirmations everywhere. They’re written on neon index cards, illustrated with cartoons and framed, or incorporated into paintings on the wall. I am worthy. It’s all about the joy buckets. I expand in abundance, …

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How to change your life with DAZZLE (WTH is dazzle?)

What does life coaching do? What does recovery coaching do? How does your coaching help? When people ask what I focus on in my life and recovery coaching, I have a snazzy statement at the ready. It goes like this: I help amazingly creative souls who want more out of life than sleep-work-sleep get their …

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Quick tip for developing a positive mindset

All was going great last week. I was looking good, feeling good, and had plenty of interesting work on the schedule. Then one morning when I awoke, my mind insisted on telling me I was fat. The next morning, my mind was peppered with thoughts of death and dying. What the heck was going on? …

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The dangerous effects of isolation (from a former Isolation Queen)

When you’ve had a tough day, few things are more delicious than curling up with your dog, putting your TV streaming option on auto-play, and shutting out the rest of the world. Whether you call it downtime, alone time or “me” time, we all need time to decompress away from the rest of society. The …

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Celebrating 20 years in recovery: How I stay sober

When I celebrated my first year of sobriety on July 23, 2000, members of my recovery group let me in on a little secret. They said when I had first come in, they had voted me least likely to succeed. They may have even put money on it (it was Brooklyn, after all). Instead of …

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Is relapse part of recovery? (HINT: Doesn’t have to be)

When we learn to drive a car, the instructor tells us about the pedals, gears, that impossible thing called parallel parking, and loads of other stuff. But not once do I recall the driving instructor telling me that getting in a crash was part of the driving process. Yet that’s exactly the same kind of …

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Are you afraid to let your light shine?

We’re all born with unique talents and gifts that make each of us stand out from the crowd. We may be brilliant writers, singers, musicians or artists. Perhaps we can calculate mathematical equations quicker than most people sneeze, or throw a perfect curveball, blindfolded, while reciting Latin poetry and standing on our heads. Whatever it …

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How fear of success leads to self-sabotage (Yikes!)

When we’re chugging full-speed ahead down the road to success, a strange thing sometimes happens. All the progress comes to a screeching halt – by our very own doing. Yep, we humans tend to be spectacular creatures at foiling our own success, and this series of posts is about the top four reasons we self-sabotage. …