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  • HappyBirthdayMy Love

    Everyone is Lying on Social Media and So Am I

    Here’s a super personal one: Everyone is lying on social media and so am I. I always remind the girls I work with that people online only show you what they want you to see and I’m included in this. There are a million things …

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  • KIDS YOGA DAILY

    From Stressed out to Zenned Out Q & A

    Last week, I had a Q&A with Kids Yoga Daily. It was such a fun convo that I wanted to share! Hope you enjoy it! Maggie DiPasquale, author of, “From StressedOut to Zenned Out: A wellness guide to mind, body, soul balance  KYD: Why did you …

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  • Daily Reflection Meditation

    Big News

    I have big news! My meditation album is finally available! When I work with students, whether it’s one-on-one or in a group, I always use these centering exercises. Meditation has been show to reduce stress and anxiety and I know from my personal practice that …

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    Thank You!

    I’ve wanted to write this for awhile now and since it’s the beginning of November, I felt it was appropriate to say thank you. I’m so grateful for all of your encouragement as I build this community to help raise happy girls. To my students, …

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  • TRAIN YOUR BRAIN

    How to Train your Brain to have a Good Day

    Today, I’m getting a little personal and sharing part of my morning routine. I believe happiness is a habit. Just like we have to work at dance, sports, school, and more to deepen our practice in those subjects, we have to be willing to put in the …

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  • Conditional Friends

    Conditional Friendship

    Do you have conditional friendships? If you feel like someone is only friends with you based on certain terms then this video is for you!          

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  • WHY YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT DOPAMINE

    Why Smart Kids do Dumb Things

    In one of my grad school classes last week, we learned about dopamine in the adolescent brain. It was so enlightening that I wanted to share! Dopamine is a neurotransmitter that helps regulate emotional responses. Its production is naturally lower in adolescents which may lead to …

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    How to Prevent Fights with your Parents

    It can be super uncomfortable and stressful to argue with your parents. Today I’m giving advice for what to do to prevent fights for this upcoming school year!  

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  • Whats Your Love Lang

    What’s Your Love Language?

    Did you know a quiz could be really important to your relationships? The 5 Love Languages, which profiles your emotional communication preference is beginning to become a staple in my private sessions. It’s especially useful when navigating friendships. People give and show love in different ways and sometimes …

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    The Best Trick for Getting Unstuck

    I learned this mind-blowing trick for getting unstuck and I had to share because it’s changing my life. Feeling stuck can come up in different ways. Maybe you feel blocked, unmotivated, or are having a hard time making a decision. This video will help get …

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