Tag Archives: self-help

  1. Good Inner Mama Says


    June 11, 2015 by Julia

    I’ve always had a thing for mantras. If I am upset or lost, I’ll mentally flip through my most cherished …
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  2. Hey, 2015. Let’s be friends.  


    January 15, 2015 by Julia

    As I approach the decidedly “not very young, not very old (but can’t bring myself to say middle-aged)” age of …
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  3. Positivity & Me! And you.


    November 7, 2014 by Julia

    I sometimes randomly think of the Israelites of the Old Testament, wandering the desert after escaping slavery in Egypt, on …
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  4. Guys, I’m Confused, Part 1: Health and Weight-Loss


    April 12, 2014 by Julia

    Welcome to my new series, in which I don’t have to pretend like I know everything! Isn’t it great? I …
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  5. On the Trail of Envy


    October 22, 2013 by Julia

    Envy thrives on the glittery bits and pieces of other people’s lives. It shines a spotlight on their pretty stuff and presents …
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