“I am” are two of the most powerful and underrated words in the English language. “Yahweh,” the Hebrew name for God, is actually translated to “I am.” Those two words shape who we are and who we become. Think about that for a second. Think about the power behind those words. And then think about […]
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Lost your keys lately? Maybe you had a huge fight with a loved one? Are your finances and work life in disarray? Feeling generally… off? Say hello to our dear friend, Mercury Retrograde. Mercury Retrograde in a nutshell: This Mercury Retrograde period will last from July 26 – August 18 That doesn’t sound like a super […]
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Our generation is sooo connected. If someone doesn’t answer us within 5 minutes of sending them a text, we automatically assume they’re “ghosting” us. I’m sorry, but that’s such bull$#*!. We have read receipts so we know for exactly how long someone is ignoring us, Instagram likes to make sure people are acknowledging everything we […]
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This week I had the pleasure of interviewing 22-year-old Drew Howard from Weston, Florida. I started this Inspiring 20something section for all of my incredible readers, but I ended up getting more out of this than I had ever imagined. Drew is perhaps one of the most driven and inspiring people I have ever come […]
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Investing in yourself is one of the most basic, and most difficult, components of success. We often feel so uncomfortable and intimidated when promoting, investing in, or talking about ourselves and our accomplishments. It feels like we are bragging or full of ourselves or so many other things we try not to be or do, […]
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Every single time you enter into a new relationship, accept a date request, or even swipe right and match with someone on Bumble, you will either marry that person, or you two will break up.
It seems like a weird way to look at it, but it’s true. There are obviously varying degrees of this: realizing it won’t work out with Bumble bae is a lot less traumatic than realizing it won’t work out with the person you’ve been living with for the last two years. No mater the circumstances, though, ending things with someone, or having them do the dirty deed, just sucks.
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