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I read a story today applauding Ralph Lauren for hiring its first plus size model: a 6’2″ tall, size 12 Australian woman named Robyn Lawley. When I first saw the story, I was excited to share another example of a model who looks more like the average woman, but after looking at the photos of
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Places have power. Have you thought about that? They, in fact, have the emotional power to alter our moods. What if you could bridle that emotional power? What if you could create an environment around you that gives you positive vibes all the live long day? Here’s a worksheet to help you do just that.
Five steps to finding and maintaining your inner peace.
Here at Feel Good Style, we often feature individuals who have successfully launched alternative careers. Perhaps they’re designing their own eco-friendly clothing, or making a difference in the world through inspiring others toward a cleaner earth, helping those in need or simply being good to their bodies. But how do these people get to where they are? Here’s five pieces of advice on how to do it.
Dan Gilbert, the author of Stumbling on Happiness, explains how our our “psychological immune system” lets us feel truly happy even when things don’t go as planned. He challenges the idea that we’ll be miserable if we don’t get what we want, and explains that our beliefs about what will make us happy are often wrong.
Research shows that individuals who have experienced moderate adversity in their lives tend to handle adversity with less anxiety than those who haven’t. Here are three tools to learning the secret to their success in the fight against anxiety – without the emotional trauma.
Living a creative life can help not only your mental health, but your physical health too!
Ever feel like you’re not going to survive? Danielle Dowling recently reminded all of us that no matter what has happened in our lives, we have always landed on our feet.
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It is pretty amazing how feeling grateful changes your attitude and even how you feel physically. Here’s how to be more grateful and make gratitude work for you!
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Risk taking. Oh man it can be scary. How do you know if your risk will pay off? Will you enjoy the risk, will it be scary, or both? What will happen if you do make the leap? These are some of the questions that hold most of us back.
Looking for more fulfilling relationships, greater enjoyment and satisfaction and less stress and anxiety? The journey begins with accepting seven essential truths about yourself.
Startling facts about female body image emphasize the ongoing struggle with body issues.
When you find yourself dipping into that half empty, “I’m not enough yet” place, it’s important to stop those negative mind swirls and realize there is time and there is enough right now. Adapting and accepting where you are can help to get you to the place and space where you can focus on reaching your true potential.
We know that the beauty industry relies heavily on Photoshop to deliver an idealized depiction of what women look like or maybe what they think we should look like. So, what do those fashion models look like before any color corrections, blur tools, or healing brushes?
Is it possible to increase your capacity both to give and receive love? The answer is yes, according to Brené Brown, PhD, author of The Gifts of Imperfection and the woman behind the now infamous Power of Vulnerability TEDx talk. Here are her five steps to doing just that.