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Hello all Raise your hand if you dread interviews (ME!) Raise your hand if you hate the questions 1. “Tell me a little about yourself.” Or 2. “What are some positive qualities that you think you possess.” For most people … Continue reading
Are you SAD this season?: What is Seasonal Affective Disorder? Fall is my favorite season hands down. I love the foliage: the holidays that approach, the food, the pumpkin patches, even the smell of the air. Here in California our … Continue reading
Self-esteem: Intrinsic vs. Extrinsic Motivation On this post I want to talk about artificial or superficial self-esteem. These are maybe not terms you would find in a psychological article, or maybe in a dictionary, but hear me out. This how … Continue reading
Have any of you guys wondered what the difference is between the .com and the .org in blogging? Here is what I learned Continue reading
Liebster Award: Discover New Blogs! I have been blogging for a few months and have heard about the wonderful blogging movement that is the Liebster award. I was happy to be nominated by Diana Turetsky from www.beehappy.ca. I was very … Continue reading
Yes, to some fashion and fashion statements are the least of our worries, but can fashion change more than just image? Can fashion have positive changes within? A makeover from the outside in? Continue reading
Is it time to Reboot Your Mind? Life sometimes becomes so chaotic that we cannot breath. We maybe can physically function, but our mind is cluttered. Today I really wanted to write; it is one of my biggest passions, but … Continue reading
Stages of Grief and How to Cope With Loss If you are as old as me or maybe older, chances are that you have experienced the death of a loved one, or know someone who has been greatly affected by … Continue reading