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Stop Reaching for the Brass Ring

Embrace the inherent joy in practicing mindfulness

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In many things in life, I have been trained to go after a particular end result: save x amount of money and buy that car; go to school for x number of years and get that degree; make my way up the corporate ladder and end up with that title.




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Marijke McCandless

Marijke McCandless

Marijke McCandless is an awareness practitioner, playfulness instigator and award-winning writer. Her recipe? Listen. Play. Write.

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