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Goal Setting: Baby Steps DO Count!

Filed in Goal Setting, Uncategorized by on April 17, 2013 27 Comments
Goal Setting: Baby Steps DO Count!

Last week I got into a heated debate with my good friend….to the point where she was calling me “sweetheart” (and believe me, she didn’t mean “sweetheart” as a term of endearment!) We were arguing about the best way to weight loss and the definition of a “diet.” We both had started Weight Watchers about […]

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Take Back Your Morning With Seattle’s Best Coffee

Take Back Your Morning With Seattle’s Best Coffee

I think women would be happier if we gave ourselves permission to be more selfish. We take care of others and make sure that their needs and happiness are taken care of, but put our own needs and happiness on the back burner because there just isn’t enough time in the day to “get it […]

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Keeping Your Heart Happy and Healthy

Filed in Health, Sponsored Posts, Uncategorized by on February 21, 2013 24 Comments
Keeping Your Heart Happy and Healthy

Ten years ago I got a call one early morning from my half-sister to tell me my dad had died of a massive heart attack. Although he and I, unfortunately, weren’t close, the news rendered me speechless, and as clear as day, I remember that huge lump that formed in my throat, cutting off my […]

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When Passion Ruins Your Life

Filed in Balance, Family, Health, Relationships, Uncategorized by on February 1, 2013 29 Comments
When Passion Ruins Your Life

What are you passionate about? Maybe you’ve just started a new business initiative, and you’re fired up about it. Or perhaps you’re an avid blogger or crafter or gym rat, and you invest numerous hours into perfecting your craft. But have you ever considered that maybe your passion is ruining your life? Let me explain: […]

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How to Track Your Spending

Filed in Budgeting, Money, Spending, Uncategorized by on January 8, 2013 15 Comments
How to Track Your Spending

Do you know where your money goes? If you’re like most people, you don’t. You’ve got a vague idea, but you don’t know the specifics. Of course you already know that you should track your spending, especially if you’re trying to create a successful budget. Every financial guru and their mama has shouted it from […]

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Top 5 Lies We Tell Ourselves About Our Money

Filed in Budgeting, Spending, Uncategorized by on January 6, 2013 33 Comments
Top 5 Lies We Tell Ourselves About Our Money

Doesn’t it sometimes feel easier to lie to yourself about your money? Whether we are telling ourselves we have more money than we really do…..or lying to ourselves that things aren’t “that” bad, despite the rising credit card balance…..Even people that are banking millions still tell themselves that it’s not enough. Where do these lies […]

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