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Workweek Slobs: Ten Ways to Kick That Habit

Kurt Ard for Saturday Evening Post 1956

I just told a client that confession was good for the soul, so here goes: I’m often a workweek slob. You could walk into my home any Saturday afternoon or Monday morning and you’d find a home that is neat and tidy. But drop by on a Wednesday afternoon, and you’d color yourself surprised at […]

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It’s the Number One Most Needed Component to Creating Lasting Change

John Fernie

You have an epiphany and it isn’t a happy one: it’s that moment when you’re standing neck deep in awareness and you just can’t ignore any longer. Maybe you’re at a routine visit to the doctor, when you’re presented with the blood test results that tell you in stark black and white that even though […]

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14 Tricks for Getting Back in the Saddle

Sitting Pretty by Elvgren

Oh, darling, let me be honest with you. The last year has been made up of me sitting at my desk on the computer and a heck of lot less time on my feet moving my body. What this has translated to is what you’d expect: less flexibility and a few extra pounds. While I […]

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