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Presence Is A Present: Three Small Ways To Be Where You Are

Sometimes we neglect or delay one of our biggest responsibilities--the responsibility to look after ourselves.

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Career Changes Are An Opportunity To Grow

This is by far the hardest thing to admit to yourself. Recognizing that you didn’t fail, nor that you’ve made the wrong choice, but that you’ve changed. 

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Be Here Now: Experiencing Milestones Mindfully

You often don't realize how monumental those events are at the time; it's not until you look back when you're years down the road and see how far you’ve come that their weight becomes evident

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The Solution To Your Resolution: Two Big Tips For Meeting Your Goals This Year

If you’ve already hit a wall, don’t worry--you aren’t alone.

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I Graduated A Year Ago: Reflections and Lessons I've Learned

One year ago, I was 22 years old and I was 100 percent ready to finish undergrad, but I had no plan set to start this new chapter. Now, after one year in the “real” world I can say that this fresh start is filled with so much opportunity that all incoming graduates should be excited!

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How To Be Present

Sometimes we neglect or delay one of our biggest responsibilities--the responsibility to look after ourselves.

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Better Than Before: Talking Habits For Mavenly's January Book Club

This year, what would happen if we focused on cultivating self-awareness around what habits may be stopping us from achieving our career goals or keeping that New Year’s resolution, instead of simply focusing on the goal itself?

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A Thousand Milestones: Embracing Large And Small Life Moments

You often don't realize how monumental those events are at the time; it's not until you look back when you're years down the road and see how far you’ve come that their weight becomes evident

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Career Changes: Trial or Opportunity To Grow?

This is by far the hardest thing to admit to yourself. Recognizing not that you’d failed, not that you’ve made the wrong choice, but that you’ve changed. 

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