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How the Three M’s (Mindset, Mindfulness And Movement) Can Help You Start Your Day Right
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— A successful day begins with a purposeful morning. A great morning routine can transform your entire day. A deliberate and intentional morning routine aligns what you do with how you do it and who you become in the process. Starting your day relaxed and focused can provide a sense of emotional balance that carries…

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Camping in the Japanese Highlands with Snow Monkeys
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During summer every year, I start looking forward to my Autumn Leaves Photo Tours and my Hokkaido Photo Tour that are usually just around the corner, or I start planning my photo adventures locally to picturesque locations like Mt. Fuji, Sado Island or the city of Yahiko in Niigata where the autumn leaves are breathtaking…

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The Secret to Mastering Acceptance
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Source: Photo by Cytonn Photography from Pexels In so many situations, especially those beyond my control, I’ve always found it difficult to accept things as they are. The last several months stuck indoors has tested my patience and sanity to the extreme. With a new baby in tow as well as an inescapable terror about…

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New Policy, Old Mindset
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Written by Disha Nawani | Updated: August 19, 2020 8:42:02 am The National Education Policy 2020 reiterates the importance of teachers and aspires for outstanding students to choose the teaching profession.School teachers, particularly in India, are caught in a strangely paradoxical situation — they are revered and ridiculed at the same time. The framing of…

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Next Avenue: Live positive, age positive: The secret to wealth and health as you grow older
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Back in the 1990s, when I worked at Money magazine, David Lereah was a go-to source for our real estate stories. His job then: chief economist at the Mortgage Bankers Association (he later held that job at the National Association of Realtors). I lost track of Lereah until his new, and wholly surprising, book recently…

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A Guide to Exploring Faith as an Adult
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When we think of our identities as fixed and unchanging—I am this kind of person; I am not that kind of person—we’re shutting ourselves off from many of life’s possibilities. Arthur C. Brooks August 13, 2020 Jan Buchczik “How to Build a Life” is a biweekly column by Arthur Brooks, tackling questions of meaning and…

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Guide to Meditation: 10 Products You Need to Practice in Comfort
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Products featured are independently selected by our editorial team and we may earn a commission from purchases made from our links; the retailer may also receive certain auditable data for accounting purposes. From the Beatles to Rick Rubin, there’s no shortage of wellness-minded musicians who extol the benefits of meditation. Some even go so far…

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Seize the Reins of Your Attention with Sam Harris
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If you’ve been a long time listener to this show, you’ll know today’s show is a combination of some of my most favorite topics in one episode. Sam Harris is a neuroscientist, philosopher, and author of five New York Times best sellers, including The End of Faith, Letter to a Christian Nation, The Moral Landscape, Free…

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4 ways to decrease your dread of being on-call
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Have you ever been faced with an upcoming shift at work and felt an impending sense of doom? This type of anticipation can be a real killjoy. However, taking calls, working nights, weekends, and holidays is all part of the job, right? Worst. Call. Ever. I was just drifting off, entering the first phase of…

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