Tag Archives: change

“I Need a New Diet”

No! You do not need a new diet, or any diet, unless you are training for something specific  or if your doctor called your nutrition plan a “diet.” Personally, this word is horrendous and should not be used by anyone. … Continue reading

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Yes, Look Back

People often say, “Don’t look back, you’re not going that way.” I’m going to disagree. Yes, it is important to not dwell on past experiences or live with regret about how things could have been different based on different choices or … Continue reading

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Not Built in a Day

As we embark on new adventures or as we set out to reach new goals, it is important to remember that growth takes times. We must slowly replace an old habit with a new, healthier or more productive habit. And … Continue reading

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Massage Therapy School- Acupressure: Part 2

My experiences at massage therapy school were life changing. The environment was welcoming, my peers were encouraging and open-minded, and the instructors were brought in from throughout the United States because of their knowledge, experience, and passion to share with others. My tendency … Continue reading

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Change is Good

Although change is inevitable, it is often challenging and a little scary. Repeat the following: “From this day forward, I will embrace challenges confidently and with an open mind. I will view change as an opportunity for education and self-improvement. … Continue reading

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