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Cultivating the Art of the Tweak

Cultivating the Art of the Tweak

Change is necessary, but often uncomfortable and unpredictable. Even on journeys of intentional change, it is best to expect the unexpected.

For many of us, the problem is that we have a really hard time with ambiguity and lack of control. We set up our lives to give ourselves predictability and security - or at least the illusion of them.

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20 Success Quotes to Inspire your Happy New Year

20 Success Quotes to Inspire your Happy New Year

"Happy New Year!"

In this first week of the new year, many of us have been giving and receiving New Year wishes. As we celebrate a collective beginning, we hope for good things in the coming year — health, happiness, prosperity, and success - for ourselves and the people around us.

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Thinking "Outside the Cube"

Thinking "Outside the Cube"

I have been working on a problem. I found a really cool resource for health-seekers that are changing their eating habits. AND...it's not perfect. So, I've found myself feeling a bit stuck about what to do.

The gist of it is that an enterprising company has created a selection of very healthy meals that are just what some folks are looking for. They are organic, without additives, or preservatives, free of GMOs, free of common allergens, rich in phytonutrients, and a number of other things that can be important if you're trying to create a healthy metabolism. They are also very convenient - ordered online, shipped to your home, and priced comparably to what folks might pay if they were eating out at a convenience restaurant. What's not to like? It's a great solution for busy people who are learning new ways of cooking and eating -- and who could use some convenient, healthy back-up meals on hand.

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Creating Your Own Context

Creating Your Own Context

Have you ever tried to stop an old habit or start a new one and it feels like swimming upstream? You want to be more active, but your job involves a lot of sitting. You'd like to get more sleep, but you find yourself staying up to watch TV. One of the reasons that change is challenging is because our lives are organized around the context in which we live! Sometimes we are able to notice the context, and that gives us an opportunity to alter it. Other times, the context is so pervasive that it is invisible to us. We "don't know what we don't know." Like fish swimming in a lake, the water around us is just a part of life. We can't really imagine what it would be like to be breathing air!

I had a great lesson in this phenomena when we returned to the U.S. in 2007 after living in northeastern Brazil for three years. We'd been in a small town in a rural, semi-arid region, and there was a lot about life there that was different. Everything in town was close together and people often walked to do their daily activities. That meant that there were always people on the street. A trip to the big Saturday market was a social event, for you were sure to run into lots of friends and spend time catching up on the events in their lives!

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