Kaizen your way towards your goals

The method was developed by an American businessman right after WWII to aid the Japanese in restructuring their economy. Because their resources were scarce, they didn't have the financial means to splurge on drastic changes to stimulate their fiscal growth. So, instead of spending money they didn't have, small changes were implemented. Surely but slowly, the Japanese economy boomed.

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Manifest instant happiness

The first step towards a better improved version of yourself is to allow your authenticity to shine. Which I’m sure you’re fully aware is rather difficult when you’re not 100% honest with yourself or others. Hence this post…read on for the tricks of the trade to allow YOUR true self to flourish.

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Half year check in

Where are you on your goals? Rocking it or have you already forgotten what you’re resolutions are? Either which way, check this post out for that extra jolt of zenspiration to get your butt into gear!

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10 DIY beauty products made with ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen

50% of what we put onto our bodies enters our bloodstream so it’s important that we keep our beauty routine as clean and natural as possible. Here is a list along with recipes of 10 super simple beauty products that you can make with ingredients you you already probably have in your very kitchen. There are a few that are one ingredient wonders so there’s no reason why you can’t try it out for yourself!

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How to empower yourself

Empowerment is there within every single one of us. Whether we choose to have it is our prerogative. So, just how do we stay in an eternal state of confidence AND self-assuredness AND persistence?

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What to do when you feel that your growth is being hindered

Finding that imaginary line between crossing the thresholds into martyrdom versus remaining happy with who you are can be rather tricky and somewhat deceptive.  You don't want to take a stand for yourself in a callous manner and wind up having to apologize for how you reacted.  But you also don't want to be a doormat for anyone else's stampeding ground. 

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Gift a letter of love to yourself

We’re so quick to give to others. Yet, almost feel guilty about giving to ourselves. Think about birthdays, holidays, or special occasions. I bet that you take the time to buy a card for your parents, siblings, best friend, significant other, etc. and then proceed to take the time to write thoughtful words. You somehow manage to make that time to be sentimental with others but probably don’t take that time for the one person who truly deserves your loving words; you.

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