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10 Signs You’re Still a Kid at Heart


If you believe growing up is a trap, being an adult is overrated and Lucky Charm marshmallows are the most delicious breakfast food currently available on the cereal market, then this list is for you. Join us as we salute our inner child without an ounce of shame. Read More »

The Power of Suggestion: Managing Post New Year’s Resolutions with Positive Reinforcement


Be honest with yourself. Now that the New Year’s festivities are over, are you sticking with your resolutions still? If not, don’t despair—the fact of the matter is that you aren’t alone. According to research conducted earlier this year by the University of Scranton, only about 8% of Americans are actually successful in achieving New Year’s resolutions. Don’t want to be a statistic? Well if you’re ready for a real change after perhaps years of broken promises to yourself, you’re probably open to a few suggestions. Here’s one: when traditional methods of obtaining your goals just won’t cut it, try managing your post New Year’s resolutions with the power of suggestion instead. Read More »

Your Single Friends Need Love, Too!


It all starts with that infamous line: “I met someone.” Your best friend has captured the eye of some well-to-do insurance broker and slowly exits your life stage right. You quickly find yourself without your partner in crime, not to mention single, unattached and childless. You’re happy for her of course, but worried that you may have just lost a friend. Read More »

Why You Should Stop Complaining About Getting Older…


Someone has to say it: People who constantly complain about growing older are often times fishing for compliments – among other things. Sure, being 35 isn’t the same as being 25, but who in their right mind wants to relive their 20s? Hard pass. There are some seriously great advantages to getting older, and just in case you can’t figure that out on your own, we are happy to spell it out for you. Read More »

Keep Warm (and Happy) this Winter


Winter can be a wonderful season: Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s, and Valentine’s Day all fall in one three-month period. However, aside from its delightful holidays, the winter days are shorter, nights are longer, and depression is more common, especially among those who are already prone. There is no need to fret, however, because natural solutions: light, candles, scent, and a little bit of love. Read More »



Do you want to have the kind of life that is excitingly appealing, glamorous and filled with adventure; a life where you reveal the real you, your truest self, living on purpose with passion? You truly can! Here are 10 tips and tools for living the life of a sexy, spectacular star. You do deserve it! Read More »

Six Steps to Authentic Perfection


The pressures of living the American dream often encourages us to be perfect. We often feel we need to meet extremely high standards, look like celebrities, and never make mistakes. If we do not meet this crazy criteria, we feel unworthy, not enough or even unloved. This has to do with the belief or definition of perfect that has been ingrained in our minds. Is this a fact? Of course not. The true definition of perfect is actually having all the required or desirable elements, qualities, or characteristics; as good as it is possible to be. This can be interpreted so many ways. We have the power to decide how to look at, and apply this. We can stop punishing ourselves with these unattainable ideals and look at what our authentic perfection can be. Read More »