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Confidence Training Wheels

Confidence Training Wheels

Guest post by Marysia Wójcik Six months ago, I traded in my steady salaried job with benefits to start freelancing full time as a writer and editor. I gave notice at work, said goodbye to my colleagues, and outfitted my new standing desk with a small plant and some office supplies. I’d always wanted to do something like this, and I figured that giving myself a fresh slate would give me the energy and motivation to make the most of this…

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Finding Inner Peace and Self Love

Finding Inner Peace and Self Love

Guest post from Chanesia Harper of 1 Special Cookie: I have always felt that I loved myself. I made sure to do things that interest me like shopping till I drop. I wasn’t aware that I had more to learn and more love to give to myself. It took me ending a 6-year relationship to truly learn about me. As I started the healing process I went through several emotions: sadness, anger, self-doubt, blame, depression and confusion. More than anything I…

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Why Being Stuck is a Call for You to Move Forward

Why Being Stuck is a Call for You to Move Forward

  Guest post by Cecile Fery from The Career Catch Up I’m aware this may sound completely paradoxical. Hopefully, it won’t by the end of this post! I regularly coach women who are stuck in their jobs, in their careers. They are lacking joy and fulfillment in their work lives, which can be in the unfortunate company of stress, overwhelm, and a life out of balance. The ripple effects on their personal lives and health, in particular, don’t look very good….

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How to Escape a Rut and How it Can Change Your Life

How to Escape a Rut and How it Can Change Your Life

Guest post from Christina Paruag of FemEvolve In 2016, I found myself facing a terrifying discovery – I was in a rut, and there seemed to be no way out. I was off of university and couldn’t work due to severe health complications. These complications then seeped into my relationships, showing me who would stick around and who would leave. My relationship at the time was crumbling, my family had shifted, and I ended up moving between houses four times…

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