That Time I was a Total A**hole in Yoga Class

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  I accidentally showed up for one of those over-the-top, beastly, power-core-death-crunch crazy ass yoga classes. Like: COMPLETELY out of my league. Like: Going to make a total ass of myself. Like: May break something. For some reason I stepped into this cheeky, wise-assy kind of mode. I decided to be a giant A–hole. And by A–hole, I mean that

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Eazl Livestream – Trends in Wellness with Jessika Jake

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Last week I had the honor of chatting with Eazl’s Davis Jones about trends in wellness. Check out the recording of the livestream below: Below are some links to people, products, research, etc that I mentioned. Dr. Amen (BrainMD) Brain fit for work & life: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qBy6oRfmEe8 Brain Warriors Way Podcast: http://brainwarriorswaypodcast.com/ Online: https://www.amenclinics.com/blog/12-prescriptions-for-creating-a-brain-healthy-life-part-1/ https://www.amenclinics.com/blog/12-prescriptions-creating-brain-healthy-life-part-2/ Daniel Cable (Alive at Work) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UI_Rl58NUPM

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Behind the Meme: Choose Kindness

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  Dr. Wayne Dyer spoke about the ego being the “earth guide only,” the lower level of awareness within each of us that views us as separate from everyone and everything else. He also refers to a higher level of awareness, one that is connected as opposed to separate, and he called this the sacred self or higher self. It’s

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Workplace Toxicity Quiz

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Here are the TOP 5 questions based on our Emanant Wellness 45Q toxicity survey.  Choose the BEST answer in the questions below to find out what type of workplace you are likely working in.  

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Self-Care Check-In to Download & Color!

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What Are the Dimensions of Wellness? Emotional Wellness – Positive life outlook, authentic positive emotions (e.g. joy, awe, interest, gratitude, amusement, love, etc) outnumbering negative ones (goal is a 3:1 ratio or higher though not too high either), productively accepting and managing emotions, forgoing avoidance (“bottling up”) of emotions (or partaking in “liquid avoidance”, refraining from action urges that are not helpful,

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5 Tips to get Started on Connecting With Purpose

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“Don’t worry about what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive and do that, because what the world needs is people who have come alive.” ― Howard Thurman “The best advice I have is: Don’t think ‘What is my life purpose?’ think about ‘exploring’ purpose and ‘connecting’ with it. Take the pressure off.” 3 Tips to get Started

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Company Spotlight: Follain.com

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In our newest content series, we will be doing a weekly roundup of clean products to feature, in an effort to help you find the highest quality, most affordable products for you – without sacrificing your health. This week, however, I decided to focus on a specific organization – Follain – a female owned business striving to provide a one-stop

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