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30 Days of Reflection Challenge

30 Days of Reflection Challenge
We invite you to participate in our 30 days of Reflection challenge! Journal, draw, write poetry, make a dance video, or just reflect - any type of expression is perfect during this challenge. So go have fun and explore!

How to Reset Your Intention

How to Reset Your Intention

We’ve made to the half way point of the year! By this point in the year, the fire of the intentions we set in January are dying down. We want to take a moment to check-in, see how our intention is going for the year. We wanted to share just one way to do a little TLC and reset our intention for the rest of the year. Take a second, make some tea, and let’s see where we can go.


    Power of Intention: Christine McHugh

    Tags Fitness, Fundraising, Setting Intentions

    Power of Intention: Christine McHugh

    Christine is a mom, runner, and life coach. Her journey in intentions and her powerful determination and creativity helped her raise thousands of dollars for the American Heart Association! Read her story and how Christine has grown with her intentions. 


    Power of Intention: The Road to Boston

    Power of Intention: The Road to Boston
    I set the powerful intention of POSSIBILITIES - training strong and giving 100%.  Intentions help to set my level of energy and establish the course of action that best supports whatever it is that I am trying to accomplish.  Each time that I brought my best to the table, in and of itself, was a victory even before I reached the finish line.

    Skip the Resolutions, Set Your New Year's Intentions!

    Skip the Resolutions, Set Your New Year's Intentions!

    For 2018, forget setting a resolution. Instead, ring in the New Year with an intention.  This slight change to how you set your goal can actually improve your success in achieving whatever it is that you desire. 

    When you set an intention instead of a resolution, you stop thinking about wanting what you don't have, and start channeling your energy toward what you want to achieve.  If you happen to find yourself straying from your intention, you are less likely to feel you have failed, since you are still moving towards your ultimate goal.  Instead, you can simply readjust, recommit and continue on towards that goal. As you can see, setting an intention is a gentler and often times more effective way of achieving a goal.

     

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