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Are you your true self? Are you who you want to be? Where do you need to go to feel passionate and fully alive? Live Your True North is about finding our way to our authentic selves. It is about freedom of expression, the journey to fulfillment, and living the lives we want. Live Your True North is about being true and being you.

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101 Coping Skills for Depression

Identify potential triggers Identify your emotions Take a walk Call a friend Practice deep breathing Meditate for 5-10 minutes Draw a cartoon Write 5 things you love about yourself Stretch for 10 minutes Go for a run Play with a pet Make a playlist of feel good songs Listen to your feel good songs Dance […]

Half Marathon Training: Week 1

If someone told younger Kelly that I would be training for a half marathon, I would have been crippled with laughter. That being said, here I am typing a post after successfully completing Week 1 of training. I am so excited and proud of myself for taking on this challenge, and I am eager to […]

Why I Stopped Sleeping With My Phone Next to my Bed

Sometimes our cell phones seem like an extension of ourselves. They are useful little boxes that remember our appointments, stay in contact with our friends, and share our memories with the touch of a button. It can be difficult to think of cell phones as what they are: a tool. So, I decided that if […]