New Year, New Career

Welcome to 2015. This is going to be the year you find a career that give you both passion and success! We say it year after year, hoping the right career will just pop up and snatch us from our current situation. Maybe you hate your 9 to 5 hours or sitting at a computer all day or feeling like you haven’t done any good in the world. Now is the time for you to actually do something about it. ...
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A New Year’s Encouragement

“All Sickness is Home Sickness” is the title of book by acupuncturist, Dianne Connelly. It may be a watchword for this pivotal year we are entering. How many of us are fully at home in our bodies? It is often quite a challenge to take the best care of ourselves while we juggle work, child-raising, time for recuperation, etc. Excess busy-ness, excess stress, with less recuperation time ultimatel...
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Without a Clear End You Can’t Have a Clear Beginning

The Ending of the Calendar Year Is an Important Time of Transition by David Lauterstein The transition in seasons and the transition through the holidays and into the new year is a critical time. It is in many ways the most important time to end habits that no longer serve us. By letting go of the residue of the past that no longer serves us – we open ourselves up to new thinking, new inspirat...
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Non Self-Centered New Year’s Resolutions

"The first duty of a human being is to assume the right functional relationship to society - more briefly, to find your real job, and do it." - Charlotte Perkins Gilman It's interesting that New Year's resolutions are usually so self-centered. We take it for granted that it's about my resolution to be more creative, lose weight, exercise more, etc. However, what about your relationship to th...
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