Ready Post: Career Motivation: How to Keep Your Drive During the Summer Months

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It can be hard to stay motivated during the warm summer months. When the temperatures go up, your career drive can often go down. Many of us would rather be outside than at our desks. And with kids out of school and families taking vacations at every turn, it can feel extra difficult to head […]

Ready Post: It’s Summer! Enjoy It! – 3 Ways to Expand Mindfulness Moments

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Despite the term “mindfulness” being tossed around in the media, the concept can be incredibly impacting if you let it. Besides, there is no better time to practice mindfulness than the lazy, hazy days of summer. With no harried school schedule, holiday hustle and bustle, or even short (and dreary) days, it’s the perfect chance […]

Ready Post: Baffled by Big City Dating? – Here’s Why You Need a Dating Coach

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Dating, in and of itself, is a big thing. Big city dating, on the other hand, is a whole other thing. Everything moves at a different pace in large urban settings. Trying to find love in such an environment requires a unique blend of commitment and preparation. People in big cities may be situated more […]

Ready Post: Be More Effective at Work: How to Develop Professional Traits and Skills

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There are so many factors that contribute to how effective you are at work. Many are the technical skills that you bring to the table, such as proficiency at certain computer programs or operating equipment. In other instances your educational background is crucial. For example, if you are a teacher, a degree in the subject […]

Ready Post: Mental Wellness: How to Understand Physical Signs of Anger

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Anger, on its own, is not a sign of emotional problems. What bears watching are the various expressions of that anger. For example, you want to monitor things like frequency, intensity, and duration. But what happens for those who aren’t always able to identify their anger? They know they’re feeling something in a big way. […]

Ready Post: Female Breadwinner: Dealing with the Effects of Income Differences in Relationships

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When it comes to relationships, there are going to be certain discrepancies between partners. For example, one partner may have had a completely different upbringing than the other, causing conflicts in lifestyle choices. But what happens if you make significantly more money than your partner? We tend to have a deep-rooted notion that men should […]

Ready Post: Workplace Success: How Can You Help Your Employees Take Responsibility for Their Work?

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When you become the boss at your workplace, you realize that there was so much more to running a business than you assumed when you were an employee. Now, you’ve got to handle your workload and manage your employees at the same time. Being a good boss or manager goes beyond ensuring that your team […]

Ready Post: My Child Is a Picky Eater – Could They Have an Eating Disorder?

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Many toddlers are considered “picky eaters.” They might not want their vegetables at dinner, or they might pick at things on their plate for a while before ultimately not eating them. They may not want to try new things. We tend to think, as parents, that kind of behavior is natural. And, for young children, […]

Ready Post: 3 Important Keys to Hiring a Great Fitting Life Coach

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Nowadays, it seems like everyone is curious about working with a life coach. Personal development and self-help are all the rage. Connecting with a supportive life coach can help you on your journey of self-growth. Perhaps you’ve been struggling to achieve certain goals, and you feel stuck. It’s only natural that you would begin to […]

Ready Post: Talking About Puberty: The Most Important Topics to Review with Your Child

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As with so many things, talking about puberty with your kids is essential to do ahead of time. It’s all too easy to put it off or avoid talking about it altogether. But your kids are never too young for simple, age-appropriate discussions about their bodies. Like it or not, kids often begin hearing about […]