Palliative Nurse Shares The Number 1 Regret Of The Dying & Here’s How To Avoid It.
Palliative nurse Bronnie Ware has captured hundreds of regrets from terminally ill patients. They are the great common denominator — no matter race, color, creed...Read more
After Student Attempts Suicide, Teacher Shares Special Chart That’s Going Viral.
Until recently, mental health issues have been largely ignored in our society. Many people are embarrassed to admit that their mental health is an issue,...Read more
40 Super-Inspirational Quotes Picked By Richard Branson
One of the original thought leaders on how to think big, dream bigger, and accomplish more than you thought possible is Sir Richard Branson. The...Read more
3 Simple Ways To Live A Happier Life, According To A Yale Professor.
Yale’s most popular class ever teaches students how to live a happier life and the fact that the class is so wildly popular speaks to...Read more
I Quit My Race 13.5 Miles Early But Here’s Why I’m Still A Winner.
I walked roughly 48.5 miles this past weekend. It was, besides childbirth, the most challenging thing I have done in my life. The funny thing...Read more
What A Morning In Amish Country Taught Me About Life.
Until you’re in the stillness of the moment, you may not realize how much your body and soul needs that stillness. This morning, I woke...Read more
WNBA Superstar Is Taking A Year Off From Work & The Reason Will Inspire You.
Sometimes money and success take a back seat to something bigger — even among superstars. Maya Moore is an unmitigated basketball superstar. The former University of...Read more
A Look At Joseph Campbell’s New Book, “Correspondence.”
By the late ’80s, Shakti Gawain was a best-selling author and a household name. Through her books and workshops, she became internationally known for helping...Read more
This 32-Yr-Old Study Of Kauai Islanders Reveals 7 Keys To Living A Resilient Life.
698 people born on a Hawaiian island were studied from childhood through adulthood for resiliency. The findings are remarkable. The groundbreaking study conducted three decades ago by...Read more
Leaving My Comfort Zone Helped Me Defeat My Eating Disorder.
The other day I did something completely out of my comfort zone. This social-anxiety-ridden-introvert had to be social and go into a situation completely alone....Read more
My Husband’s Always “Right” — & It Keeps Our Marriage Strong.
On a visit to Taormina on Sicily, our hotel was situated so that we could stand on our balcony and see Mount Etna in the...Read more
I Hope My Kids Will Leave Their Shades Open Some Nights.
As a kid, I always slept with my shades open. I’m sure at first it was equal parts “we live on a quiet street” and...Read more
30 Life Habits You Should Scrub Away During Spring Cleaning
The ritual of spring cleaning isn’t just for the home, it’s for bad habits, too. These mantras will inspire a scrubbed and shinier you. With...Read more
My Daughter’s Confidence Gave Me The Strength To Go After My Dreams.
One of the greatest principles of success: You become what you think about. So, what are you thinking about? I started my career as a classroom teacher...Read more
How A Rude Makeup Specialist Made Me See My True Beauty.
I am not a woman who puts a lot of value in makeup. It is more of a nuisance to me than a necessity. That...Read more
I’m Saying No To The Things That Don’t Bring Me Joy.
In 2019 I am committed to saying no. It was the last basketball game before the holidays and I was chatting with another mom who...Read more
Pink Stopped A Concert To Console A Grieving 14-Yr-Old & It’s A Lesson In Leadership.
The star performer performed an admirable act of leadership. But the signs aren’t always as clear as the one Pink had. Leaders are decoders, having to...Read more
Sometimes The Climb Is More Important Than The Summit.
The girl in this photo looks like she can do anything. She looks strong, content and fierce. Heck, she’s on top of a mountain for...Read more
Why I Now Take “You’re Too Sensitive” As A Compliment.
“You’re so sensitive.” Three little words I’ve heard over and over again throughout my life. In kindergarten, I cried every time the teacher reprimanded the...Read more