Soothe Body and Brain, Sweet Dose of Yoga

You don't always have to try and fight with the chaos of daily life. Instead, surrender to a sweet dose of yoga. Yoga’s combination of languid movements, controlled breathing and meditation can make a marvelous recipe for soothing stress, according to the Mayo Clinic. This age-old practice can be an ideal way to give your body and brain the break they both need. Improve Fitness Yoga’s precise poses can contribute toward improving your overall fitness level, thanks to their ability to target … [Read more...]

“Women in the Workplace” – Speaker Roster – JAN 30/31

DATES & TIME NOTATION: JAN 30 = 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM JAN 31 = 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM SPEAKERS: This 2 Day Event will focus on “Women in the Workplace” offering highlighted female speakers that will share their experiences in the workplace, the challenges they have risen above and offer amazing Tips for YOU to succeed in the line of work that makes YOU want to get up in the morning. WE are elated to Announce our Celebrated and Esteemed Speaker Panel - JAN 30 & JAN 31 JAN 30 - Speaker … [Read more...]

‘The Desire Map’ – 6 Week FREE Classes starting Jan 7

Celebration House™: 'The Desire Map' 6 Week Program of FREE Empowerment Classes for Women (Starting Jan 7) I'm writing to extend this invitation to you to kick the New Year off by attending the free, 6 session Desire Map Book Club that I'm hosting starting next week (Tuesday Jan 7th). It's a gathering of likeminded women, who want to explore (and learn to apply) a revolutionary process for creating personal "Goals with Soul".  Danielle Laporte is the author of The Desire Map, among … [Read more...]

WOMEN in RECOVERY – Social Anxiety

        What is Social Anxiety?   Social anxiety disorder affects the lives of nearly 15 million people. It is marked by a powerful fear of negative public examination. The individual is afraid of being embarrassed or humiliated in front of others. Usually the individual’s lack of social skills perpetuates the fear. The most common example of social anxiety disorder is the fear of public speaking. Other situation that can cause extreme distress include eating or drinking in front of … [Read more...]

Let Go of People Who You No Longer Need, or Want‏

How to Let Go of People Who You No Longer Need, or Want One of the hardest things in life is to let go of the people we love the most. We hold on to those close to us so tightly, fearing that without them we will be nothing. Fearing that without them the love we feel in our hearts will be forever lost. “Some birds are not meant to be caged, that’s all. Their feathers are too bright, their songs too sweet and wild. So you let them go, or when you open the cage to feed them they … [Read more...]

Showing Children How to Fight Pollution

In a world where technology rules and children are engaged by smart phones, video games and web surfing, it’s difficult to see beyond their own needs. As a nanny or parent, though, you have the opportunity to use technology to promote ways to give back, preserve the environment and fight pollution by incorporating these lessons into your child’s daily routines. With a few suggestions to reduce consumption, recycle and promote organic products, you and your children can make a difference … [Read more...]

A Gift of Hope, Lynda Cheldelin Fell

No one ever says I want to grow up to write a book about grief. But life has a way of throwing us a curve ball, and then handing us a mitt. A few months ago I was invited to co-author a book featuring women from around the world who have all faced and endured a traumatic challenge. Our task was to write about our difficulty and then offer a lesson to help others who are facing the same challenge. It is touching for me to share with you that our book, The Missing Piece: A Transformational … [Read more...]

Life Goes By in the Blink of an Eye!

Enjoy the blink together. Never miss an opportunity to express your love for your partner - in words and in deeds. Hugs are fun too. Say, "I Love you!" out loud at least once a day! Call them... right now to say, "I love you!" Life moves quickly. Things change rapidly. Never hold on to being right. A closer look can tell you why. Let go. Forgive often. "The act of forgiveness takes place in our own mind. It really has nothing to do with the other person!" ~ Louise … [Read more...]

Millennium Development Goals, for people of all ‘abilities’

Opening the door for people of all abilities The global community took a giant step forward during the High-level Meeting on Disability and Development in September to break down barriers for the more than 1 billion persons living with some form of disability. With a historic outcome document adopted, this year’s International Day of Persons with Disabilities on 3 December, aims to kick-off an action-filled course towards an inclusive society, embracing all human beings. 'About 15 … [Read more...]

Louise Hay SuperMind App Release‏, NOV 2013

SuperMind Apps Releases Breakthrough “Affirmation Meditations” iPhone App from Best-Selling Author Louise L. Hay Los Angeles, CA - November 12, 2013 - SuperMind Apps proudly announces the release of a revolutionary new iPhone/iPad app from Louise L. Hay. With more than 40 million books sold worldwide, including the classic, “You Can Heal Your Life,” Louise is the #1 authority on how changing your thoughts can change your life, and how repeating positive messages (affirmations) can lead to … [Read more...]

Call to Action: UN Women pledges to protect Women and Girls

Call to Action: Executive Director pledges UN Women commitment to protect women and girls in emergencies Executive Director Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka pledged the strong commitment of UN Women to protect women and girls in emergencies at an international meeting on 13 November in London. At the Call to Action event, “Keep Her Safe”, organized by the UK Department for International Development (DFID), she pledged that UN Women would work with partners to ensure that women’s rights and needs are … [Read more...]

Philippines: Nowhere to Go – Take Action!

THERE IS NOWHERE TO GO - THE PHILIPPINES   A storm of unprecedented scale has brought widespread death and destruction to the Philippines, while relief organizations scramble to deliver emergency assistance, even as they continue to assess the full extent of the damage.   … [Read more...]

Success Energy Practitioner Certification, Marsh Engle

I'm OVER the top about my new program and how it’s going to impact the career wealth creation for women everywhere! Here's a link to the webpage that tells all about it. And, I've designed the program as a Success Energy Practitioner Certification 
— so, you won’t just enrich your own life — 
 you can put to use all you learn to help others! 2014 is OUR year, Amazing Women … Upward!! In Love! Marsh I’ve been thinking about something. I’ve been wondering what’s required … [Read more...]

As Breast Cancer Awareness Month comes to close …

As this very special Awareness Month comes to an end, it is our hope that each and every woman on the planet Takes Action to SAVE HER BOOBIES. Below are some final reminders of 'how to' keep vigilant watch on the Signs and Symptoms that women must be aware of. Signs and symptoms of breast cancer A sign is something that can be observed and recognized by a doctor or healthcare professional (for example, a rash). A symptom is something that only the person experiencing it can feel and know … [Read more...]

Teen’s story of depression goes viral

For years Kevin Breel hid his depression behind jokes and laughter. The aspiring stand-up comedian couldn’t talk to anyone about his pain until it got so bad he considered taking his life. What kept him from sharing his struggle and looking for help was the stigma surrounding the mental illness, he says in a new TED video that’s gone viral. “ [I] was one of the lucky ones, one of the people who gets to step out onto the ledge and look down but not jump,” he says on the video. Breel spoke … [Read more...]

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