It’s Okay To Not Be Okay

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The sunken place is real. For me, it looks a lot like paradise but in slow motion. It’s drenched in a cold color palette like in Ozark but with palm trees swaying in the background as if stuck in molasses. I can’t say definitively that I’ve been here before.

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Negative Self-Talk: How to break The Loop

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The dreaded negative self-talk loop. If you’ve ever created something that means something to you (or if you’re just a human living on this earth that doesn’t suffer from extreme narcissism), you’ve probably experienced it to some degree. It’s an internal stream of dialogue that insists that nothing that you do is good enough. That nothing will change for the better. That every push toward your goal is futile. Again, this is a spectrum, but the far end of the spectrum can be crippling.

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Is The Social Media Wellness World All About Aesthetics?

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Social media is the perfect breeding ground for a good health craze. The number of protein shakes, hair vitamins and tummy teas that we’re exposed to on the daily basis is honestly ridiculous. We have to force ourselves to get past the aesthetics long enough to actually make informed decisions about the products that we consume.

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How to Let Go Of The Right Person When They’re Wrong For You

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I had a long convo today with a friend about the feeling of having someone in your life that you care for who isn’t supposed to be in your life. It’s easier to disinvest from people who hurt you. It’s so much harder to let go of people when they make you happy, but the situation as a whole causes you pain.

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An Argument for More Stretch Classes In Studios

Stretching has a way of turning people off. We do it because we know that we should, but we don’t always dedicate the time to really see the benefits. Setting aside a dedicated amount of time for a full stretch routine can be the perfect way to start your day or wind down before bed.

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