3 Ways Positive Thinking Can Help You Find Your Bliss

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By Tina Santiago Rodriguez of Truly Rich Mom Have you ever heard of the phrase "Your thoughts can become things"? I first encountered it when I was still working fulltime for a local publishing company. I had to proofread a book by bestselling author Bo Sanchez, titled How to Turn Your Thoughts into Things, and I ended up learning so much about the power ... Continue Reading

Blog Love: Bethany Morris of The Free Woman

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  Blog Love is where I feature a blogger or a blog that I admire. After a long hiatus, I’m so pleased to resurrect this feature again (hooray!) with my guest for this month, Bethany Morris, creator of the inspirational women's site, The Free Woman. I first "met" Bethany via Instagram, inspired by her beautiful images and motivational posts. We ... Continue Reading

How to Find your Unique Blog Voice

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By Ginger Arboleda of Mommy Ginger I remember back in 2005, there were just a few people who were into blogging. I noticed that in 2008, that’s when people started picking up the trend and they started creating their own blogs. Nowadays, blogging has become prolific. It seems like each individual that I have come across either has a blog or wants to have ... Continue Reading

Mothering the Mother – On sacred postpartum

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One of the reasons why I decided to approach this pregnancy and second birth with more intention was because I carried a bit of trauma with me from the first birth. Compared to the experiences of others, my first birth — of my son, Vito — was successful: I did it naturally; I practiced "spiritual childbirth" exercises and meditations, to get through the ... Continue Reading

Books to Include in Your 2015 Reading List

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by Vanessa Salas of Shedmom.com Our small family recently moved to a new place, and it forced me to take stock of my book collection; it challenged me to whittle my precious books down to the essentials, or the ones that would be too painful to leave behind. It was a tough choice. I wanted to bring them all! But I knew deep down that I wouldn't ... Continue Reading

My Gentle Birth Story

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It's been three weeks since I've sat down to write anything. But I don't think I'll forget either of my birth experiences. This one, however, was pleasantly different, because I was able to approach it with more knowledge, intention and preparation. So I'll get right into it, alright? Some pre-story notes, so you can follow my story with an informed point ... Continue Reading