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Want a Quick Shift? In Any Area of Your Life?

There are about 5,673 techniques for making your life better. Okay, there are more than that, but I thought it sounded better to give an exact sum. Of these more than 5,673 techniques, many of them are super complicated. You have to take a class to learn how to do it. Or get a whole […]

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Joy Jams: Season 2 Bloopers!

How do you feel about the holiday season? Maybe you love it. Maybe you don’t.  Either way, a bit of comic relief is always welcome, right? Well, we have just the thing! Click on the video below for the second edition of our Joy Jams Blooper Reel! For those of you who are not already […]

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Key Questions to Ask When Making a Decision

Decisions can be tough. There are so many factors to weigh, so many possible outcomes. Over the years, I’ve used different methods to make decisions. When I was younger, I relied on other people’s opinions. My key question was: What do other people think is the right thing to do? This method worked for a […]

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Can We Be Political and Spiritual at the Same Time?

Dear Meli, One of my best friends is really into the Black Lives Matter movement. She considers herself spiritual and is always telling me that spirituality should include social justice. I’m not so sure. Sometimes it seems like people who are really political are angry all the time. It doesn’t seem all that spiritual to […]

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Sarcasm as a Spiritual Practice

Is there anything better than sarcasm? (See?! I’m diving right in!) Yes, that first remark was sarcastic. And it was fun. (At least, for me.) For those of you who are not (yet) amused, hear me out. Of course there are things better than sarcasm. Like sunsets. And the purr of a cat. And cats who […]

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