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Living With Intention

Posted on Mar 14, 2017

Life can sometimes feel like a random accumulation of events that pulls us from one direction to another. With so many choices, options, and decisions to be made, we can often feel swept away in the rhythm of it of it all, as if we’re simply “going through the motions” on autopilot. We might also feel distracted or stuck in our lives, and can therefore have a hard time finding our own path connecting us with our sense of purpose. Amidst it all, how do we gain clarity when it comes to living with intention?

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Finding Fulfillment

Posted on Oct 3, 2016

As everyone’s dreams, goals, and desires vary greatly, it is understood that the search for fulfillment will vary from person-to-person. In finding fulfillment, how do you approach a journey of self-discovery, and connect with your authentic voice, as the chapters of your life unfold?

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Money Matters

Posted on Aug 30, 2016

When it comes to matters related to money … what really matters? We all have a relationship with money. How we view it, perceive it, use it, and respond to it. It is a unique relationship, and one that often conjures up a variety of emotional responses.

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Summer Soul Searching

Posted on Jun 29, 2016

Summer can be a great time to reflect on who you are, and on what you want to pursue. Regardless of your situation and commitments, soul searching is something that anyone can do. The process can be an instrumental and integral part of your summer plans – if you want it to be!

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A Recipe For Motivation

Posted on May 11, 2016

You know that pile of stuff you keep meaning to get through? That to-do list of items you keep meaning to tackle? That really important task you continue putting off, even though you know getting it done would be a step in the right direction, a great accomplishment, and would make you feel so much better in the long run? Yes, I’m talking about motivation.

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What do FOMO and FOGO mean?

Posted on Apr 1, 2016

You may have heard the phrases “Fear Of Missing Out” (FOMO) and “Fear Of Going Out” (FOGO) regularly in conversation, especially as it relates to the younger generation. What does it all mean? FOMO and FOGO are fear-driven experiences that are usually labeled by the younger generation, and are packaged in bursts of acronym-style language to quickly express how someone is feeling, and often on a social media platform. In actuality, the meanings behind these phrases are truly common topics that arise in my work with young adults here in New York City.

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