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Medicine in a mug: the benefits of herbal teas

Medicine in a mug: the benefits of herbal teas

August 5, 2021

Drinking water is boring. Sure, sometimes it hits the spot better than any beverage really could, but no one considers water a fun drink, regardless of its array of health benefits. And even though it shouldn’t be hard to access good water, going out in public for some high-quality H2O can be hit or miss. I mean really, why is restaurant water so bad?

Drinking water is boring. Sure, sometimes it hits the...
Drinking water is boring. Sure, sometimes it hits the spot better than any beverage really could, but no one considers water a fun drink, regardless o...
Drinking water is boring. Sure, sometimes it hits the spot better than any beverage really could, but no one considers water a fun drink, regardless of its array of health benefits. And even though it shouldn’t be hard to access good water, going out in public for some high-quality H2O can be hit or miss. I mean really, why is restaurant water so...
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Harnessing silence for growth

Harnessing silence for growth

July 29, 2021

Silence carries a strong stigma. It is seen as crippling, rude, and worst of all, weak. But, why is this? I may be one of the few who values silence. I see the beauty and power in its pure nothingness and the opportunities that hide behind it. It offers a pause to the bustling world, allowing for self-reflection and growth.

Silence carries a strong stigma. It is seen as crippl...
Silence carries a strong stigma. It is seen as crippling, rude, and worst of all, weak. But, why is this? I may be one of the few who values silence. ...
Silence carries a strong stigma. It is seen as crippling, rude, and worst of all, weak. But, why is this? I may be one of the few who values silence. I see the beauty and power in its pure nothingness and the opportunities that hide behind it. It offers a pause to the bustling world, allowing for self-reflection and growth....
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How minimalism improves mental, financial health

How minimalism improves mental, financial health

July 22, 2021

Minimalism is a popularly embraced mindset that bucks the status quo of material consumption to instead put the focus of your life on you and your dreams, as opposed to your material desires. Without constantly searching for the next score on Amazon, you clear your mind to focus on what is most significant in your mind and heart, rather than your next impulse.

Minimalism is a popularly embraced mindset that bucks...
Minimalism is a popularly embraced mindset that bucks the status quo of material consumption to instead put the focus of your life on you and your dre...
Minimalism is a popularly embraced mindset that bucks the status quo of material consumption to instead put the focus of your life on you and your dreams, as opposed to your material desires. Without constantly searching for the next score on Amazon, you clear your mind to focus on what is most significant in your mind and heart, rather than your n...
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Wabi-sabi: Accepting our imperfections

Wabi-sabi: Accepting our imperfections

July 15, 2021

Wabi-sabi can mean many things: an escape from the modern world’s obsession with perfection, a less is more mentality, authenticity. But overarchingly, according to Omar Itani, “it reminds us that all things including us and life itself, are impermanent, incomplete, and imperfect. Perfection, then, is impossible.”

Wabi-sabi can mean many things: an escape from the mo...
Wabi-sabi can mean many things: an escape from the modern world's obsession with perfection, a less is more mentality, authenticity. But overarchingly...
Wabi-sabi can mean many things: an escape from the modern world's obsession with perfection, a less is more mentality, authenticity. But overarchingly, according to Omar Itani, "it reminds us that all things including us and life itself, are impermanent, incomplete, and imperfect. Perfection, then, is impossible."...
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The art of list making and getting things done

The art of list making and getting things done

July 8, 2021

I’ve always been a list maker and I take it very seriously. I specifically remember one time in college, I left my planner behind, full of lists and important notes, after spending a long weekend at home. My friend tweeted, “The fact that Abby left her planner at home and I can hear her freaking out from downstairs . . . her actual worst nightmare.” She knew, and not much has changed.

I’ve always been a list maker and I take it very se...
I’ve always been a list maker and I take it very seriously. I specifically remember one time in college, I left my planner behind, full of lists and...
I’ve always been a list maker and I take it very seriously. I specifically remember one time in college, I left my planner behind, full of lists and important notes, after spending a long weekend at home. My friend tweeted, “The fact that Abby left her planner at home and I can hear her freaking out from downstairs . . . her actual worst nightm...
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10 Things I Learned From 365 Days of Learning

10 Things I Learned From 365 Days of Learning

July 1, 2021

On May 12, 2020, I embarked on a rather life-changing journey. I had attended a webinar earlier that month and was introduced to the amazing Pamay Bassey, Chief Learning Officer at Kraft Heinz. Pamay shared about her recent year-long challenge called “365 Days of Learning,” where she learned something new and shared about it every day! But she did not stop there, she inspired a whole learning movement at Kraft Heinz through this challenge! Intrigued and hungry for something new in what was turning out to be a very upside-down year, I set out on my own #365DaysOfLearning journey.

On May 12, 2020, I embarked on a rather life-changing...
On May 12, 2020, I embarked on a rather life-changing journey. I had attended a webinar earlier that month and was introduced to the amazing Pamay Bas...
On May 12, 2020, I embarked on a rather life-changing journey. I had attended a webinar earlier that month and was introduced to the amazing Pamay Bassey, Chief Learning Officer at Kraft Heinz. Pamay shared about her recent year-long challenge called “365 Days of Learning,” where she learned something new and shared about it every day! But she ...
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How to create change with habits

How to create change with habits

June 24, 2021

Many people think they need to make big sweeping changes to build the life they want. And sometimes, that’s true. But more often, it’s the small, subtle changes that make the biggest difference. The same goes for habits. Simple, achievable actions are the backbone of creating possibilities and making your goals a reality.

Many people think they need to make big sweeping chan...
Many people think they need to make big sweeping changes to build the life they want. And sometimes, that's true. But more often, it's the small, subt...
Many people think they need to make big sweeping changes to build the life they want. And sometimes, that's true. But more often, it's the small, subtle changes that make the biggest difference. The same goes for habits. Simple, achievable actions are the backbone of creating possibilities and making your goals a reality. ...
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How to become an audiobook addict

How to become an audiobook addict

June 17, 2021

What was the last book you’ve read? Up until the last couple months, I always dreaded that question at work, in interviews, and even just with friends. I would always convince myself that I didn’t have time and that reading wasn’t worth it.

What was the last book you’ve read? Up until the la...
What was the last book you’ve read? Up until the last couple months, I always dreaded that question at work, in interviews, and even just with frien...
What was the last book you’ve read? Up until the last couple months, I always dreaded that question at work, in interviews, and even just with friends. I would always convince myself that I didn’t have time and that reading wasn’t worth it....
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On our shelves: Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear

On our shelves: Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear

June 10, 2021

“If something is meant for you, you will be notified — in the meantime just do and just be.” Sounds pretty easy right? This is what Elizabeth Gilbert, author of Eat, Pray, Love, shared during Siegfried’s latest My Journey® event when talking about purpose anxiety.

“If something is meant for you, you will be notifie...
“If something is meant for you, you will be notified -- in the meantime just do and just be.” Sounds pretty easy right? This is what Elizabeth Gil...
“If something is meant for you, you will be notified -- in the meantime just do and just be.” Sounds pretty easy right? This is what Elizabeth Gilbert, author of Eat, Pray, Love, shared during Siegfried’s latest My Journey® event when talking about purpose anxiety....
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