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3 Things I Learned About Myself By Unplugging : A Follow-Up

Have you ever experienced a Pinterest Fail?  You know, that moment where you spot a cool project or delicious recipe on Pinterest and assure yourself, "I could totally do that - it looks so easy!" A similar thing happened when I attempted, as I had pledged, to follow...

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Ep. 3 – The Value of Being Unplugged

Too many of us let work bleed into our personal lives, at every hour of the day. We definitely struggle with this balance, so Amanda is starting a big challenge this week: she will give up social media and her phone for one week. After work, she will be completely...

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Ep. 2 – Self-Care Isn’t Optional

We received some great feedback from some of you listening in InspHERation Nation, and we are inspired by your inspiration! In today’s episode, we want to follow up on some emails we receive and discuss how giving yourself the freedom and permission to make choices...

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My “Unplugged” Weekend

This past Friday during a marathon brainstorming session to plan out future episodes of the InspHERation Podcast, Liz and I got on the subject of the importance of unplugging.  While smart phones make life "easier" in many respects (What's that ingredient I needed for...

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What Yoga Can Teach Us About Being Our “Best”

I am admittedly not an athletic person by nature. Just ask my entire middle school basketball team that watched, puzzled, as I raced down the court to layup the ball into the other team's basket (fun fact, the basket you're aiming for switches at half time). I do,...

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“Follow through. Do your best. And remember, your best looks different every day.” 

– Liz’s Yoga Instructor

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