Changes

The author on her year-long travel adventure.

8 Life-Changing Resolutions Made In The Face Of Adversity

Here are 8 life-changing resolutions from inspiring, and successful women who decided to make the greatest promise they’ve ever made to themselves. Read...
Lindsay Tigar    |   01.3.18   |   SHARE
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This New Year, I propose that we let go of the things which are no longer serving us.

5 Things That I Will Leave Behind This New Year

Every New Year people tout the idea of “New Year, New YOU!” But what if the problem isn’t you? I propose we let go of the things that no longer serve Read...
Laurel Dickman    |   01.2.18   |   SHARE
Minds
Here’s my list of resolutions that I’m glad I didn’t implement into my life...

Celebrating Every New Year’s Resolution I Haven’t Kept

Making and breaking New Year Resolutions has become somewhat of a tradition for me. Perhaps the only one I’ve ever kept was to not take life so Read...
Jen Glantz    |   01.2.18   |   SHARE
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Whether you want them to or not, whether you're ready or not, chapters come to a close.

It's OK To Be Sad And Happy At The Same Time

It's ok to be sad and happy at the same time. I think that’s the beauty of life — how unpredictable it is and how adaptable we are as humans. Read...
Karis Rogerson    |   11.13.17   |   SHARE
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Taking the changes, great and small.

Small New Year's Resolutions, Big Results

2016 sucked. If we can’t agree on anything else, I think we can all agree on at least that much. It is widely accepted as a record-breakingly Read...
Kristi Pahr    |   01.2.17   |   SHARE
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Monday With Matt: Hey. Your Partner's Body Is Going To Change. Deal.

Mondays With Matt: Hey, Your Partner's Body Is Going To Change. Deal.

This week, Matt addresses everyone out there with a lady as their partner. Which is a lot of us, so listen up.  Read...
Matt Joseph Diaz    |   07.31.16   |   SHARE
Bodies

Give Me the Oxford Comma or Give Me Death! Fiercest Battles in the History of Grammar

AP Stylebook's decision that "over" is an acceptable substitution for "more than" is the latest debate to throw word nerds into a tizzy. Read...
Nikki Gloudeman   |   03.21.14   |   SHARE
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