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Your Multi-Million Mile Check-up

Your Multi-Million Mile Check-up

You've traveled many miles in the last 12 months - 584 million of them, to be specific. As you have been going about the business of your life, you have also been a passenger on planet Earth, and it has covered quite a distance in its annual orbit. It's pretty amazing that we can travel so far on automatic pilot!

Sometimes it can feel like our lives are on automatic pilot too. Unlike Earth, though, we actually have a say in the path that we are following, and how we experience it. The opportunity to chart our own course is often both exhilarating and daunting!

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Five Habits of the Unstoppable Wellness Investor

Five Habits of the Unstoppable Wellness Investor

Have you ever considered the similarities between health and wealth?

Both are renewable resources that can be cultivated through proactive investments.

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How to be Well-Aligned

How to be Well-Aligned

If you've ever had a car with an alignment problem, you know that it can make for a bumpy ride.If not addressed, the misalignment will also cause unnecessary wear and tear on your tires.

Our life journeys also go smoother if we are in alignment. Misalignment between the big questions in our lives can provoke stress, and the unnecessary wear and tear that it brings.

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How to Wait on Purpose

How to Wait on Purpose

We live in an impatient culture, known for promoting ease and nearly instant access to what we want - whether that be food, information, transportation or hot water. Even though many of us might say that patience is a virtue, we may roll our eyes (at least internally) at the prospect of having to wait in line for anything.

Right now, those of us that celebrate Christmas are in the midst of a countdown of days until that holiday arrives. Many of us are also waiting for the dawn of a new year and all the possibilities that will bring.

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Six Key Questions when Re-Inventing Yourself

Six Key Questions when Re-Inventing Yourself

It's spring and there's lots of movement in the air. Change, which is ever-constant, is highlighted with the end of school and all that it entails. New graduates. New phases of life. New decisions.

We all experience moments in life where we are called upon to make big choices. We come to a crossroads and an opportunity to invent or re-invent ourselves and we must ask the big question: What is next for me?

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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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A Wellness Lesson from a GPS

A Wellness Lesson from a GPS

This summer, I had a wonderful opportunity to travel with my family in the western United States. We were in the car for many days, and were fortunate that several of us were able to split up the driving and navigation responsibilities.

We had a mishap one day, though, when I was handling navigation duty. Unfortunately, there was a miscommunication right from the start. My husband handed me his phone with a map already pulled up that I thought would take us to Mount Rushmore. I used the map to carefully guide him turn-by-turn through a very scenic drive. When we reached the end of the instructions, we were facing an empty field somewhere in South Dakota. It was definitely not where we intended to be!

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Spring into a New Beginning

Spring into a New Beginning

iStock 000021379368XSmallIt won't be long now before the coming of spring – that hopeful time of year when new beginnings are all around us. It is a time of energy and growth for many of us, and it brings a welcome change of pace from the more reflective mood of the winter months.

Before you "spring into spring" though, I encourage you to take some time to be thoughtful about where you will put your energy. It's no secret that our culture here in the U.S. promotes us to be overly busy. There is always more "to do"! Optimal self-care invites us to take strategic actions that are aligned with our vision and values. When we are clear about what we want to create in our lives, and what is most important to us, it becomes easier for us to know what actions are appropriate.

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Living Out Loud

Living Out Loud

This time of year, folks in our part of the world are mesmerized by college basketball. To admit that one does not share this passion is something akin to heresy. In all honesty, though, that is the case for me. I realize that I am risking my credibility to acknowledge this fact (particularly as a UNC grad), but even though I don't really follow the game, I do understand the appeal.

There is something else that I have been following closely, though. There is another drama that is unfolding this month in North Carolina, and I have been enthusiastically watching and cheering from the sidelines as I hope for a big "win" for a cause that is dear to me.

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Ownership

Ownership

It's December and at our house that means that we're celebrating the Advent and Christmas season. Our daughters, Kristin and Kyra, have been very persistent about urging us to get all of our decorations up. Every evening since Thanksgiving, they asked us when we could get started. Finally, the lights are up, our tree is decorated, and we've brought out the candles, towels, and tablecloths that bear those familiar hues of red and green.

If you looked at the usual state of my daughters' bedroom, you might be surprised that they have been paying such attention to creating this "holiday feeling". They aren't normally so tuned in to their surroundings! These rituals and the feelings that they produce obviously mean something special to them.

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