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    Dealing with loneliness

    I’ve definitely experienced loniless during a time when I didn’t even realize that is what I was feeling. I think sometimes it comes as a slow ache that you can’t always identify right away. For me, it was when I realized what I was feeling that I began to be able to move myself in a more...
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    Your "Faults" are not actually faults

    Very true, I suppose I don't want to say that you should see yourself as completely flawless, because that leads down a bad road toward egotism. I think you hit it on the head by saying you need to lear how to respect yourself. I suppose what I'm trying to say is that you shouldn't just accept...
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    The Importance of Letting Go

    Yes, I agree with this so much. Sometimes I look back at who I was ten years ago, or even as little as five years ago and it amazes me how much I've changed. To be fair, I went through a lot of self-doubt and self-hatred to get to where I am. But not, as someone who is happy with herself and...
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    Your "Faults" are not actually faults

    I've struggled most of my life trying to accept and deal with my "faults" as others have pointed them out to me. But it wasn't until a loved one threw many of my faults in my face and put me on a path of self-discovery and self-acceptance that I began to not see my "faults" as bad things. I...
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    Follow Your Heart, It's Not Just A Cliche

    Thank you so much for posting this! It’s so encouraging to hear all of these positive stories and vibes. I’ve just started accepting that the career path for me might be to follow my heart and gut and just go for it. I’ve already noticed I feel happier and more satisfied with what I’m doing day...
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    Setting goals and not getting discouraged

    I’m at an exciting time in my life for goal setting. I’m an artist and just opened an Etsy store, so I’m at the very beginning of what I hope will be a very exciting journey! That being said, making art is very personal and it can be easy to get discouraged along the way. Does anyone have tips...
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    Best free language learning apps

    I actually didn’t like Duolingo too much. I was about to go to Italy for a month and hadn’t spoken Italian in a couple years so I wanted a refresher. Duolingo had me practicing sentences like “the tiger is from the zoo”...not very useful if you’re just refreshing yourself to order food and ask...
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    Journal Your Way Through Personal Transformation

    I’ve always wanted to be able to keep a journal, but never have been able to keep up with it. However, I’m and artist and recently read a recommendation for journaling to help with motivation and inspiration. It said that a journal didn’t have to be just words, it could be a visual journal as...
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    Learn something new every day

    Actively learning something everyday can feel like a mental burden for some, myself included. My way of trying to combat that is to live life in a way that I am always exposing myself to new ideas or experiences. Whether that means talking to someone new, reading a new book, or putting myself...
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    Your Go-To Form of Growth

    Personally, I always like a good podcast or book. Podcasts are especially great if you have a commute, like me. I drive a half hour to and from work so I can take that time to listen to one long podcast or two short ones. It’s an easy way to work on self-improvement without having to take any...
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    Video to inspire new beginnings

    a coworker shared this video with me a while ago and I absolutely love it. Starting something new is difficult and scary and any time I’m starting to feel overwhelmed by it all, I sit down and watch this. An invocation for beginnings. I