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How to Meet Friends in a Brand New City

I moved only an hour away from family and friends almost two years ago, and no matter what anyone tells you, it is certainly a challenge to enter a new environment! However, as they say, if you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change. So,...

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A MadLibs Approach to Chasing Your Dream(s)

Let’s talk about your Story. I’ve always been a fan of MadLibs, so let’s do a little exercise here to give you an inside scoop or idea into you are right now. My name is ________________.  Right now, I work ______________________________.  My favorite thing...

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A BirdsEye View of What Really Matters in the Office

It can really be a feast or famine environment in cube land. When I first entered the full-time arena, I was met with some really lovely people. There were a lot of post-graduates who also had joined the workforce. It was a really collaborative time for the five of...

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How I Knew I Wanted to Leave my Cubicle Job

When I looked up the definition of a cubicle, here’s what I found: “A cubicle’s purpose is to isolate office workers and managers from the sights and noises of an open workspace so that they may concentrate with fewer distractions. Cubicles are composed of modular...

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Daily Practices for Alignment

I was recently interviewed on my morning and evening routine to stay in my joy - here's what I had to say: What tools or practices can one leverage to find alignment intheir lives?  Creating a morning and evening routine is essential to not start the day...

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Where You are Now, is Not Where You are Headed.

YIPEEEE ---> I started a 5 minute a day podcast and I'd loveeee for you to check it out! Here's the link. Now, onto my deep message to change your life. I am learning that where we are right now isn't the end all be all, even if we...

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6 Ways to Pull Yourself out of a Panic

Once upon a time, I had a full-time job, the intensive kind, where almost 80 emails would ransack my inbox every single morning. One day, as I was quickly filing and sorting the pointless email messages, trying to be ‘effective’...my world fell through. My chest...

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