Self-Care 101

Taking a little me-time isn’t an indulgence; it’s a necessity. Here, tips to take care of your self and why it’s important. Everywhere you look you see the words self-care, self-help, self-love, and wellness. We get it, the self-improvement movement is having more than just a moment. The market is estimated to grow to $13.2 […]

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Herbs for Stress Relief: How to Choose and Use Relaxing Herbs

Herbs for stress relief have been effectively and gently helping people take the edge mental tension for generations. They can provide in-the-moment relief and long-term benefits when you are facing stressful times. Knowing how to choose the right stress-relieving herbs for your needs, and how to use them, will give you the most benefits. Herbal […]

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Does Alcohol Cause Inflammation? 4 Things You May Not Know

Summary:Alcohol may spice up your life, but did you know excess consumption can cause inflammation in your body? WILDFIT founder explains why. The warm buzz that feels like a big hug, lowered inhibitions to speak your mind, the sense of euphoria about life, and feeling confident enough to belt out Mariah Carey on the karaoke […]

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To The Women Who is Tired

To the woman who is tired. Tired of rushing. Tired of dieting. Tired of starting again. Tired of looking in the mirror and hating. Tired of another day, another battle with food. I see you. Please know it is not your fault. It is not about your lack of willpower or inability. The reason diets […]

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Connecting With Our Spiritual Guides

We may have become accustomed to asking for help from the unseen world — whether from angels, guides, or ancestral spirits — but sometimes we may forget to close our connection afterward with a thank you. When we connect to these energies for assistance, it is much like a phone connection. Forgetting to close the […]

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Embrace The Suffering

The inability to receive support from others is a trauma response. Your “I don’t need anyone, I’ll just do it all myself” conditioning is a survival tactic. You needed it to shield your tender heart from abuse, neglect, betrayal, and disappointment from those who could not or would not be there for you. From the […]

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Enough and Content

“This morning, I was struck by a comment that someone made about gratitude: they said they were grateful for the things that they don’t have, for something that didn’t happen. Often I can default to being focused on what I don’t have. Need to buy more, become more, give more, either way, it is more, […]

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Nature’s Rhythm

In all its myriad forms, nature is the most powerful force on earth. Although humankind has tried, we have not found a way to match its incredible power, but we have found ways to work with it. Science often confirms the wisdom of the ancients, who observed and then harnessed nature’s rhythms and cycles to […]

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Recreating the Path

Those of us on the path of personal and spiritual growth tend to analyze our unhappiness to find the causes and make improvements. But it is just as important, if not more so, to analyze our happiness. Since we can rise above and observe our emotions, we can recognize when we feel joyful and content. […]

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Allowing to Receive

By allowing ourselves to receive, we are given the gift of seeing through another person’s eyes.Giving and receiving are part of the same cycle, and we each give and receive in our ways. But we can lose our balance when we try to be too controlling on either side of the cycle. On the receiving […]

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