Let’s Get Back to The Basics

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Reading through posts on Facebook this morning, it is evident that stress and anxiety are kicking into overdrive for many people. I get it; this is real. This is the state our world is in, and it can be overwhelming. COVID-19 appeared to be an isolated issue — until it wasn’t. Now we have to take extreme measures to prevent the spread and slow this virus down.

My Advice: Listen to the professionals. Don’t be selfish in your thinking.

One of the healthiest things we can do right now avoid crowds and reduce our stress levels. High levels of stress…

Links inside for meditation, games and home workouts

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With schools, transit, public events and offices shutting down, many of us are placing ourselves in self-quarantine at home.

So what can you do to make the most of quiet time?

Instead of stressing or obsessing over the news, which is sure to give you anxiety, try using this time to recoup, learn something new and permit yourself to Netflix and chill.

Learn Meditation

With the amount of stress being caused by the mass hysteria and news, now is a good a time as any to learn to calm your nervous system and meditate. …

Research by Harvard Business Review

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Young business people in office by Vasyl

Expanding your connections and finding, strong, like-minded and hardworking females is important in business, especially if you are working in a masculine-dominated industry.

Social networks are known to be critical to professional advancement.

Us ladies alone are incredibly powerful, but collectively women create massive impact.

Think for a moment.

What kind of social network do you have at work?

Research done by Harvard Business Review states that women who have a close inner circle of female connections are more likely to land executive positions.

The reason being is that women who seek these positions have to deal with hurdles such…

Here’s What To Do About It

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A vast number of us are dealing with insecurity and self-esteem issues. And it’s no wonder, given the unrealistic beauty standards, advertising and media being shoved in your face about how you change, cut, suck, nip and inject away your insecurity. Or the get rich quick schemes that fall short and leave you feeling like you’ve done something wrong.

While I don’t doubt leaving the clinic after a botox injection makes you feel good, you’ll quickly go back to feeling down on yourself because insecurity is not fixed materially.

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She is waiting for you.

She is the one who is in the process of understanding herself and loving herself. She is on a journey of self-development, compassion and tenderness.

She sheds tears for her past, embracing those tears with pride, not shame. She understands she has an unlimited capacity to design the life she wants. She is fully conscious. She is magic.

The Goddess within you is waiting. You need to let her out. To let her shine.

To do this, you need to get in touch with your body, your mind and your soul.

You need to slow down. You need to listen…

10 tips to get you back on track.

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So you’re feeling a little depressed? Well, firstly, you should know that it’s okay not to feel okay.

It’s the moments of sadness and pain that allow us to feel moments of happiness and joy. This is called the law of polarity. For anything to exist, there has to be an equal and exact opposite.

But logical facts rarely provide the remedy we seek in reading such an article as this. That being said, here are ten of my favourite ways to alleviate those unwelcome symptoms of sorrow:

1. Go For a Walk

Nature has a very healing effect. Lace-up your shoes, pop on your…

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And why I am proud of myself, not ashamed.

I don’t cry often.

I don’t cry enough.

I hold it in. Always. I want to be strong. I want to hide my weakness. I want to outwit my own feelings. I want to outwit my own emotions.

But today, oh no-no. Today, I did not. Today I left myself feel. Today I let myself feel everything. And I am proud of myself.

I woke up at 7 am. I made my coffee. I sat down to do my work. I checked my emails. I checked the status of my project. I booked in 3 meetings. …

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We’re human. We all make mistakes. There is no such thing as perfection. But here’s what you can do if you want to stop these common mistakes from happening.

We can recognize where we fall short and take steps to overcome it.

Many women in business are making these common errors, and below I’ve listed the top 5, and what you can do about them.

#1 They Have a Lack of Confidence

Many women are suffering from Imposter Syndrome, which is a cruel belief that we got where we are by sheer luck. And that at some point, someone will expose us. We believe this to be…

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Why we blur the lines between the two.

Recently I’ve noticed these terms are being used interchangeably, and this is not correct. These terms were never meant to be used this way and have significant differences.

First, let’s first look at co-dependency.


Codependency is defined as “a behavioural condition in a relationship where one person enables another person’s addiction, poor mental health, immaturity, irresponsibility, or under-achievement.”

The co-dependent (I am talking about you) is obsessed with making things right. You lose yourself in this process, and you lack personal boundaries, which are essential for your overall wellbeing.

As a co-dependent, you value the approval of others more than…

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And how we can struggle to be fully honest in our lives.

I was listening to Jordan Peterson today. I’ve got the audiobook on his 12 rules of life, and I’m just over half-way through on Rule #8, “Tell The Truth, — Or, At Least, Don’t Lie.”

It really struck a chord with me, because If I start being honest with myself, I realize how much I can bend, adapt, maneuver, sugar-coat and sometimes, avoid the cold, hard truth. And that’s with myself and others.

I find I am afraid of telling the raw truth for fear of hurting others. So instead, I hurt myself more. Instead, I hurt others more. It…

Kimberly Hill

I Help Men Attract Their Dream Partner - Find Me on Instagram @kimberlyninahill - I also write whatever inspires me 🧡

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