Shift Your Focus and Self-Talk to Achieve Your Dreams

Article by: Linda Simmons

A few years ago I took a good, hard look at myself, where I was and what I had been feeling for several years and I realized that I wasn’t very happy. In fact, I realized that I was downright unhappy and, even worse, I had this emptiness inside. This took me by surprise because that’s not normally the way I am. At least, it wasn’t the me that I believed I knew. It made me wonder how I had gotten to this sad state, with no idea how to fix it.

Rediscovering Life’s Joy

It took some time, several years in fact, but I did learn how to overcome my sadness and emptiness. I reconnected with myself and took time to rediscover who I was and who I wanted to be...

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Why Women Need to Fitness Train

Article by: Patricia Sowell

Working out at the gym has come a long ways from when it was an activity dominated by men. Now, more women are motivated to take fitness training as a serious hobby. Our increasingly health- and image-conscious society emphasizes that every person needs to improve their physiques, no matter what their age or gender.

While gyms presently can be used by both genders, it should be stated that the fitness requirements for women can be different than those of males. Where men may more often concentrate on building muscle bulk, a woman’s focus might include boosting muscle tone and/or losing weight.

Numerous exercises exclusively designed for women concentrate on the stomach muscles along with the muscles from the upper back...

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Natural Ways to Improve Your Immune System

Article by: Dana Prince

1. Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables. The health benefits of a diet that includes a good variety of fruits and vegetables is huge. You’ll do great things for your health, for your energy levels, for your waistline, your digestive system, and for your immune system, as well.

2. Get antioxidants. Antioxidants are going to help you in many ways including both short term illnesses and dangerous disease prevention. Eat a variety of fruits and vegetables high in antioxidants on a daily basis. One great source of antioxidants is chaga mushrooms. This can be taken in tea or a supplement and has a higher antioxidant count than blueberries and even the prized acai berry...

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Women and Depression

Note: Seek professional treatment if you are depressed.
Article by: James Pendergraft

Depression for women and men varies because their causes and even the symptoms are different–and sometimes worlds apart. Women are more prone to being depressed than men, this is a fact that many know. There are many factors that contribute to such a state, from hormones to social pressures and response to stress.

What Is Depression?

Depression involves the body, the mood, and the thoughts of the person. It affects the way that a person sleeps and eat, the way that a person feels about herself, and the way that a person thinks about certain things. Depression is a disorder, and it should be treated because without treatment depression will affect the woman’s life for days, weeks, months or longer.

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Walking the Path Designed For You

Article by: Trudy-Ann Ewan

Walking the path designed for you is not an easy thing to do. Many of you have family obligations and you may have sacrificed your life to help your parents or other family members. You may still belong to the religion of your childhood, working in a job that you grew up seeing others working in and you may feel trapped. You can still be there for your family while walking the path designed for you. All of you including your family each have a path of life that is uniquely yours. And if you are not walking that path you will feel trapped, miserable and unhappy. Living a passionate life means living and walking the path designed for you. So how do you begin walking the path designed for you?

To begin walking your path is like taking a Journey...

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Beautiful Skin Starts With Great Skin Care

Article by: Christine Austria

If you’re one of those people that’s starting to recognize that taking care of your skin is hard to do properly, then you’re in the right place. What you have to remember about proper skin care is that is about how much you know, so always be on the lookout for more information and you should be fine.

People who suffer from oily skin should follow a strict skin care regime. Cleanse twice daily with a cleanser that is designed specifically for oily skin. It will remove dirt from the pores and get rid of excess oil build-up. Use a toner to remove any dirt remaining, and finally don’t forget to use a light moisturizer that will help to balance the skin.

Fast food is one of the worst things that you can consume during the course of the day for your skin...

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Detoxifying Weight Loss

Article by: Lisa Sandlin

People are being affected by the harmful particles of modern foods as well as medication, and its sabotaging our own capacity to effectively lose fat. In order to overcome this lots of people are checking out the detoxifying diet program to be able to purge the entire body, and initiate a more healthy, more fit lifestyle. Some great benefits of detoxification have been proven over the course of many years and a huge number of people.

Let’s Examine Just What Detoxifying Weight Loss Program Is.
Normally the cleansing diet is made up of solid foods fast coupled with a cleansing mixture. Quite often you will hear these kinds of programs referred to as liquid fasts...

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Foods That Improve Brain Function And Memory

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Article by: Sarah Anderson

Baby boomers (born between 1946 and 1964) are at high risk of memory loss, dementia and Alzheimer’s. A 2013 Study estimated that 13.8 million baby boomers will be afflicted with Alzheimer’s disease by 2050. The rate rises dramatically for those living to 85 and beyond (nearly 50 percent). It is time we protect our brain and start treating our memory now.

Our brain cells age much in the same way as our skin cells do. The surface of your brain is made from fatty acids or “healthy fats” Omega-3 fatty acids, the essential building materials that build brain cells. Antioxidant’s protect our brain cells and against mental decline and dementia. Fatty acids are key building blocks to a healthy brain...

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Women, Self Esteem and Life Coaching

Article by: Aurelia Williams

Self-esteem, as defined in the dictionary, is “pride in oneself; self-respect.” All too often, young girls who lack self-esteem carry the same subjective view of themselves as they become adult women. What tools can be used to develop pride, self-respect, and self-esteem? One unique way is to utilize the services of a life coach.

A life coach is someone who can be objective, provide an honest assessment of ways you can enhance your life, advise you as to how you can build self-esteem and self-respect in all areas of your life, mentor you when facing difficult decisions, and work with you to help you become the person you have always wanted to be.

Perhaps you are a person who feels you deserve nothing more than you already have, or too shy to confront issues on...

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Top Tips For Having Beautiful And Healthy Hair

Article by: Margo Miyamoto

When it comes to keeping your hair looking beautiful and healthy, there are a number of important factors to consider. Look through the following tips for ways to keep your hair shiny, healthy and full of body.

Combat Build-Up & Revive Shine

If your hair has become dull, you may need to use a clarifying shampoo. Over time, styling products may accumulate on the surface of your hair and cause it to appear dull and lifeless. To prevent buildup, make sure that you use a clarifying shampoo at least once a week, as this type of shampoo will thoroughly remove any product residue that is in your hair.

Beer can also be used to remove build-up and residue from your hair...

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