“How to Make Your Dreams Come True” by Suzanne Rivard

The stories are everywhere – always uplifting, always inspiring: the woman who created a wellness clinic in her inner city neighborhood the man who lost 200 pounds after being housebound for a decade the mother who worked tirelessly bringing her sick child to radiant health the grandfather who quit cigarettes to realize his dream of…

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“Exactly How Full is Your Glass?” by Suzanne Rivard

Picture a big glass goblet filled to the halfway mark with water. How do you see it – half-full or half-empty? Consistently finding the glass half-empty – and the world as a difficult place – is a hallmark of negativity. Research has found that a negative outlook can contribute to everything from depression to heart…

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“You Want It? Then Make It Happen!” by Suzanne Rivard

Two friends are chatting about their diets. The first one says, “I want to be healthy and feel great.” The second one says, “I intend to be healthy and feel great.” Which one do you think is going to get healthy and feel great? Yep – the one who intends it. Wanting is simply wishing…

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“Why Forgiveness Helps You Heal” by Suzanne Rivard

Have you ever downed an entire package of chips, crackers, or cookies? Ate pizza or cake until you felt sick? Drank more coffee or wine than your body wanted? Do you remember how you were feeling at the time? I ask because sometimes we overeat to help distract us from emotional pain. Think about it…

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“Manifesting Abundance and Prosperity” by Suzanne Rivard

You were born abundant. The universe is abundant. This is truth but you may have forgotten it. As we navigate life we become programmed to see the lack in everything, rather than the abundance that is right in front of us. It is up to you to create abundance and prosperity in your life. No…

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“Wabi-Sabi – Embracing The Perfection In Your Imperfections” by Suzanne Rivard

Isn’t it so true that we are hardest on ourselves? We are our own worse critics. Where did we learn to be so hard on ourselves? We are born as a perfect innocent child and as we grow up we take on beliefs that we are not perfect. We are flawed and never enough. The…

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“What is Your Purpose?” by Suzanne Rivard

Purpose can be defined to the task at hand or the overall theme in your life. This article focuses on your life purpose. Many words and terms are used to describe life purpose: your motor, drive, passion, inner mojo, and joie de vivre. I like inner mojo. Over the years I have done lots of…

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