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Are You a Sponge or a Bubble?

As we encounter people throughout the day, we have a choice about how their energy affects us. We can either absorb it like a sponge or let it bounce off of our protective energy bubble. If we’re too permissive with letting people’s negative energy in, we can start to feel our own outlook get more negative. It may also show up

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Using Your Yoga Mat as a Microcosm for Life

Using Your Yoga Mat as a Microcosm for Life By Chandra Lynn It’s hard to begin to describe what yoga means to me but I’ll start by saying that your teacher is everything. I did yoga for years as a physical practice to learn how to stretch and stay limber. Little did I know it could be so much more!

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Consistency is Everything When Training

Consistency Is Everything When Training By Chandra Lynn  A couple years ago I started tracking my workout using the bodybuilding.com body face app and recently I realized I only had tracked 300 workouts! Of course it doesn’t count all the times taking walks or attending yoga classes but it does show me that I’ve been fairly consistent with my routine and, as

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Handling Digital Stress and Distractions

By Henrik Edberg “Give whatever you are doing and whoever you are with the gift of your attention.” Jim Rohn Working and living in this age isn’t always easy, and sometimes to makes you feel as if you need a mattress from somewhere like Leesa to curl up on and never leave. So this week I’d like to share 10

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Health & Fitness Tools – Part 1: Bodybuilding.com & BodySpace

Health & Fitness Tools – Part 1: Bodybuilding.com & BodySpace By Chandra Lynn Getting fit and losing (or gaining…anyone?) weight is hard and to make it a little easier – and a lot more effective – I rely on technology as tools to support my journey. Here is an overview of what I use and why I like it, starting

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Health & Fitness Tools – Part 2: Calories & Macros

Health & Fitness Tools – Part 2: Calories & Macros By Chandra Lynn There are thousands of diet books and resources for helping you lose weight, and honestly, I find it all confusing and contradictory at times. This is the most simple method I’ve found to break it down for real results. 1. Figure out how many calories you can

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Getting ‘High’ On Your Own Supply

By Ben Thomas Earlier this month, researchers discovered that at least part of the euphoria that comes after a strenuous workout — runner’s high — is due to endocannabinoids, the body’s self-produced counterparts to some of marijuana’s mood-enhancing chemicals. The finding overturned decades of conventional wisdom claiming that natural highs come from endorphins, the chemicals that became famous in the

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Is it time to rethink weight loss?

We have this one precious, miraculous body to fuel us each day to do the things we deem are important and vital to our personal life. I know it can be complicated, and may at times seem impossible to create a body and life you love. I am not here to talk you into believing that achieving your ideal weight

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Why do we hold on to want others think about our body?

By Glow Circles Member Deb Gutierrez, founder of Solfit Life Say bye bye to feeling bad about your looks. ~ OPRAH WINFREY I am the first to admit it is damn hard to not care or worry what others, women, in particular, think about how we look, how we act, and what we post on Social Media. There is no

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Recommitting to What’s Meaningful

January brought huge change in our community. One of our member’s lost his wife; another member landed a huge music endorsement deal; my biggest marketing client went from a secure retainer to occasional projects; and many more stories of radical change are being relayed every day. Some changes are good and some are hard to see the gifts they bring

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Journey Through Menopause

By Glow Living Member Natalie Nickel Kavanaugh Recently when opening Facebook, a memory came up from 2009. I posted that I had gained 15 lbs seemingly overnight. Even though I wasn’t doing anything differently, I suddenly had a muffin top and couldn’t button my jeans. I was 46 years so I thought, middle age. Ugh, middle age. Along with the

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Transformations Take Serious Commitment to Yourself

Transformations Take Serious Commitment…And Are Worth It! By Chandra Lynn I was raised by a very petite mom and, although I’m small too, I always felt bigger as in thicker or, dare I say, fatter. Although I’ve never been grossly overweight, I carried around the belief that made me refer to myself as the “10 pound overweight girl.” Being the

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