Category Archives: well-being

Extending Your Summer Days

Albert Einstein may be known for the Theory of Relativity but you could have told everyone that the speed of time is relative. When you want to savor every moment of a priceless experience, it feels like it’s over in a snap – but time can crawl when you’re in pain or even in an embarrassing spot. Now that summer is here, have you been looking for ways to slow down the clock and enjoy each day to its fullest? It seems that the older we get and the more … Continue reading

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A Day for Mother Earth

Every April 22 since 1970 has been celebrated as Earth Day – a time to reflect on how we can protect the environment, now and in the future. Beginning with about 20 million people in the United States honoring Mother Nature that first year, there are expected to be more than a billion people across the world observing the festival this year. We’ve blogged here about Earth Day and, even more importantly, about the day after. What can we do to sustain our momentum when we are committed to making … Continue reading

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Virtual Book Tour: John Tarnoff

For this Virtual Book Tour, we’re pleased to host career reinvention coach, John Tarnoff on our blog. We’ll be discussing his recently published book, Boomer Reinvention: How to Create Your Dream Career Over 50. After learning the secrets of how to turn setbacks into successes, John reinvented himself at age 50. Today, he’s here to share how a ‘second act’ career can be not only financially successful, but personally fulfilling as well. Let’s get started.  Her Mentor Center: Why should people trust John Tarnoff to take them through a critical life event … Continue reading

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The Six Best Valentines Gifts

Some of the best Valentines gifts come neither from shopping online nor tied with a bow. They’re our thoughts and actions, offered as a reflection of love and appreciation. According to the field of interpersonal neurobiology, the brain is constantly changing. And that is impacted by how we interact daily. Loving relationships can actually alter brain circuits that shape memories and emotions. Remember the chemistry when you and your partner first fell in love? Depending on how we treat each other, those deep feelings can last a lifetime. We change … Continue reading

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