Archive for March, 2013


I like to laugh, and I like to make others laugh. All those endorphins running wild, all that serotonin pinging and popping… It’s better than chocolate. Laughter is very, very good for you.  According to research, when you make people laugh, it broadens and builds their perspective and they’re more likely to come up with [...]

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Okay, so this is what you have to do: Stop complaining to yourself about yourself, stop telling yourself the same story over and over about how you could have/should have done something different/better, and stop ruminating about what could have been and should have been. Just stop! Stories can empower or disempower us. They can [...]

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Climb Every Mountain

A line from an Annie Lennox song leapt out at me as I paced my way up the steep hill this morning: “How many mountains must you face before you learn to climb?” (From the song, Universal Child). This metaphor got me thinking how we can, time and time again come up against a challenge [...]

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