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You Don’t Look Like You Have Anxiety

I’ve heard a particular statement repeatedly since I started blogging and speaking about my anxiety: You don’t look like you have anxiety. Humans are “gap fillers.” What are gap fillers? We often get presented with some information and then we have a tendency to fill in the gaps with our own perceptions. It’s not “right” […]

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FLASHBACK: Flea Markets, Stephen King, and the Neti Pot

This blog was originally posted on February 8, 2010, and as I’ve gone through craziness with my sinuses lately, I remembered that it was 8 years ago that my sinuses issues took a turn. I love how blogging allows you to relive moments that may have been forgotten years later. Enjoy.  So I’ve been hanging […]

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Blind Trust

Trust. It’s one phenomenon that takes so much time to gain and only seconds to lose. Over time we learn to trust and if we’re of the forgiving kind we can even learn to trust someone again. There’s another type of trust and I find that this one may just be the hardest. We have […]

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My TEDxNewport Experience

What a blessing and a privilege to speak at a TEDx event. In 2015, I wrote in my journal that I wanted to speak at TED one day. The TED Conference is held annually in British Columbia, Canada where incredible speakers from around the globe share “ideas worth spreading.” After watching mathematician Margaret Wertheim’s 2009 […]

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Battling Perfection

Sometimes there’s something powerful when you see your behavior for what it really is and deciding to leap instead of continuing to look! If you haven’t already feel free to like my Facebook page! There’s a lot new information coming that I can’t wait to share with you! Thank you! https://www.facebook.com/plugins/post.php?href=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2Fnavigatingweightloss%2Fposts%2F527265257730185&width=500

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