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Editor’s Notebook 119

The Editor’s Notebook is my place to share the things I’m loving this week and other random links that have caught my eye. Enjoy! PS, VIP Days are now on sale for 20% the regular price through May 23. CLICK HERE to grab your spot. What I’m Loving This Week The Biggest Movie From the…

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Imagine This…

Imagine This… Waking up after the best night’s sleep of your life and feeling pumped up to take on the day. Pulling back the curtains to see the sun rising over the lake and the sunlight sparkling like diamonds on the surface. Joining your friends for yoga and stretching in a Zen garden. Sitting down…

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Life Editor’s Picks: Rise and Shine

Wake up, Life Editor! I know, you’re super stressed out, you’re not getting enough sleep, and it seems harder and harder to drag yourself out of bed every morning. The mornings are tough for a lot of people, but there are fantastic reasons for getting your buns moving in the early hours of the day.…

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Not a Happy Camper

It’s taken a while, but nature and I have come to an understanding. I won’t bother nature if it won’t bother me. You know that I’m a super organized, systematic, analytical, slightly high-strung, Type A personality. And I’m proud to be Type A! That is, I am now. But I spent most of my life…

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Life Editor’s Picks: Let’s Do Lunch

OK, stop what you’re doing. It’s time for a break! Grab your purse and let’s step away from our desks. We’ll stretch our legs, clear our heads, and get some yummy food in our grumbly tummies. Many entrepreneurs skip lunch altogether and plow through their work like hamsters spinning on their wheels. But taking a…

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To the Teacher Who Saved My Life

“Bananas! Bananas! Bananas!” It was the first day of my sophomore year of high school, and everyone in my English class was acting nuts. The girl on my left was screaming like a starving monkey. The boy on my right stood on his chair and began reciting the Pledge of Allegiance. Another girl raced to…

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