What problems or worries have plagued you for a while now? Do this one simple thing to solve some of those problems and start feeling the way you WANT to feel again.
In this episode Esther Littlefield shares a time when she had to make the tough decision to stop trying to change her husband and focus instead on simply changing herself. As she did this, she discovered a powerful formula for creating happy relationships and a happy life, including self care, gratitude, letting go of perfectionism, getting up early for quiet time, and finding self fulfillment through pursuing one's passions.
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What have you always believed about yourself that may not actually be true? And how can you replace that belief with something that serves you better. Learn how in this HappyBit.
Amber Lilyestrom shares her story of leaving the corporate world so she could spend more time with her family. She describes how she combined belief with action steps so she could achieve the life of her dreams. Learn how Amber first mentally created what she wanted to FEEl and how the reality followed. And hear the wild story of how Amber and her husband were able to acquire their dream home. Synchronicity!
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Thinking ahead a year from now, how would you like to feel in your most important relationships? Resentful? Probably not. Learn how to feel that love and connection you crave.
When did you last feel overwhelmed or frazzled? In the past Kimberly Bost felt “beaten by the world” and decided to begin a journey to take back her life. She learned to put her health and family first, to be authentic, to say no and to slow down. Kim is a master of living in the moment and raising her personal vibration into states of compassion, love, kindness, and cooperation (rather than the low vibration, victim-type emotions of self pity, anger or pettiness).
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How do you want to FEEL a year from now? What feels the best to you and how can you arrange your life to make that more frequent? Learn how in this HappyBit!
Kenia Calderon was born in Santa Ana, El Salvador and migrated to Iowa when she was 11 because her country was becoming extremely dangerous due to gang-related crimes. Kenia is now 22 years old and will be a senior at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa this fall, majoring in management and entrepreneurship. Since being in the U.S., Kenia has learned to embrace her struggles as an undocumented immigrant and has become a strong immigration activist, helping others to succeed despite their hardships. You can find her on her blog at www.coffeewithkenia.com.
When is the last time you purposely got your hands dirty? Here are some ideas on why and how you can do that. :)
Are you seeking clarity, peace, and personal growth in life? Jaime Myers shares the lessons she has learned about following her intuition, listening to her body, nurturing her needs, and allowing life to unfold at its own sacred pace. Jaime will help you understand how everything in life happens FOR you rather than TO you.
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Should you work on your to-do list, including laundry and cleaning. Or drop it all and do something creative? Find out in this HappyBit...
The upbeat and community-minded Sarah Dobson is making a difference in the world, even though she has had 5 brain surgeries due to having Camurati-Engelmann Disease, which affects her skull. In this episode Sarah shares how her disease has motivated her to prioritize what's really important and to learn to be vulnerable and ask for help rather than always putting on her "happy face."
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