Summary and Roundup Of My Most Helpful Posts

Is it December already? Time flies when you’re reading great blogs!

This is my first monthly roundup of my most helpful posts as the year comes to an end I was thinking back to the different blogs I have written. I realised that you might be here for the first time. This means you probably missed some great posts.

Now that I have put it all together… goes.

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Is Low Self-Confidence Cramping Your Style?

Self-confidence is extremely important in every aspect of our lives. Yet so many people struggle with low self-confidence..

For some, the littlest things can them into a terrible cycle of low self-worth.
Upbringing, self-image, body language, the way we walk, talk, dress, interact, are all factors that tie into self-confidence.

Think back to when you were growing up, did you have emotional love, support,

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Inspiration & Positive Affirmations vs Negative Self Talk:
How To Speak To Yourself

Last week I shared a post about the importance of positive affirmations and inspiration.

I divided the post into two parts. A- M and N – Z.

If you missed the first part, take a look here: A to M of Positive Affirmations and Motivation

What are positive affirmations? They are the good statements that describe a desired situation or goal.

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Positive Affirmations vs Negative Self Talk: How To Speak  

Positive affirmations are the good statements that describe a desired situation or goal. You can speak daily positive affirmations to yourself repeatedly until they are impressed in your subconscious mind.

This process causes your mind to work on your behalf, to make the positive statements come true.

Easy as ABC.

Have you ever felt lost in your world of low self esteem?

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1991 – Long-Lasting Friendships In The Making

Friendships can be amazing, and here’s why. So last week I met up with a friend I had not seen since 1991! A friendship I at that time had no idea would last this long.

You see, we went to grade school together. My friend Anu, moved away at the end of 4th grade.

We had been in the same class from the second grade and became friends.

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What Are Lore Inspired Destinations?

Before I share with you my lore inspired destinations, let me explain what a lore is. Just in case you didn’t already know.

A lore is defined as a body of traditions and knowledge on a subject or held by a particular group, typically passed from person to person by word of mouth.

I am sure you have heard the term “Folklore”, a collection of fictional stories about animals and people,

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Identify With Being A Third Culture Kid

Third culture kid (TCK) is a term used to refer to children raised in a culture other than their parents’ or the the country where they are legally considered native for a significant part of their early development years.

Dr. Ruth Hill Useem first coined the term “Third Culture Kids”.

I have moved a lot! I know 100% that I am a Third Culture Kid.

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