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11 Things You Really Need to Know About Caffeine

Is caffeine good or bad for your health?  It may come down to who you are and what your health is like. Before you decide if that coffee, tea, or energy drink habit is right for you, consider the foll…

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15 Habits of Highly Confident People

No one is confident all the time but some people seem to exude confidence leaving others wondering "what's the secret?"  Here are some of my observations about the habits of highly confident people. …

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The Secret of Success, According to Study

What is the secret of success? According to a new study by Talent Smart and published in Psychology Today, the secret of success in the workplace may be having a high emotional quotient (EQ). Emotiona…

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What Do You Regret?

Author Mercedes Lackey once stated, "If only. Those must be the two saddest words in the world."  Yet, most of us have found ourselves saying them or silently thinking them at some point in our life. …

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The Psychology Behind What (And Who) We Find Attractive

Eyes are the window to the soul. We eat with our eyes first. "A thing of beauty is a joy forever," gushed Keats. But how do we decide what's beautiful? "Beauty is in the eye of the beholder," ex…

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Food Tastes Different Depending on the Utensil You Use

Many people in the food service industry will tell you that presentation, while not everything, is a huge component of how someone experiences food. There is nothing like a dirty spoon or a dirty glas…

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9 Food Concoctions You Can’t (and Wouldn’t Want To) Top

Given the chance, most children will experiment a bit with food. I am not talking about trying eggplant or sampling the Camembert. I am speaking more about mixing up strange combinations of food to th…

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Are You A Cat or Dog Person? (Infographic)

Identifying as a cat or dog person isn't just about picking a team. Thanks to some entertaining research and surveys on this topic, we now know that the cat vs. dog person argument is backed up by psy…

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Self-Forgiveness on the Path to Freedom

Imagine the person you love most in your life, the person you pour your time and affection into. Think about all the energy and care you put into your relationship with this person, the mistakes you…

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How to Be Your Own Best Friend

In the latest episodes of The Chopra Well’s 30 Days of Intent, Iman and Natalie experience therapy sessions with counselor Alyssa Nobriga, focusing on the difficult path to self-love and acceptance. …

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I totally agree with you Julie L!

What adorable bunnies, but they do not look too comfortable in those cups. Yikes!

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