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Get Lost, Get Found at ROAM LA

I needed love. That pure authentic feeling of love that we all long for. It’s all around us, but we forget to see it when the mind is clouded and dark.

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Why Talking About Our Depression in Hindsight is Easier

However, this past week, I came to the realization that I have stopped writing. I realized that negative thoughts have been coming up more during last 3 months, as doubt and uncertainty plague my mind. Important life decisions, choices, rejections and LIFE have numbed me from functioning at my best.

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How To Make Ginger Turmeric Shots in Less than 30 Minutes

You have about 22 hours to check the fun Instastory on how I made this delicious wellness tonic. Hurry, click here. But, this batch turned out so good I’d like to share the recipe with you. You will have about 5-7 days worth of shots. Make sure you refrigerate it after you have your first fresh… Continue reading How To Make Ginger Turmeric Shots in Less than 30 Minutes

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The Physical and Mental Benefits of Yoga for Golfers

Golf is a game of intricate details. Having every possible advantage can sometimes mean the difference between an eagle, a par, and a bogey. In essence, golfers want to reduce strokes as much and as often as possible. Some strictly practice their swings and putts for hours on end, while others rely on a more… Continue reading The Physical and Mental Benefits of Yoga for Golfers

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The Art of Loneliness: How To Cope With Being “Alone” This Valentine’s Day

When my mind is restless and uneasy it tends to dwell on that which is negative and only causes more negativity to brew. I bring it to a point, perhaps of self-destruction and depression. But, luckily, this time, I realize that I’ve done this before and I do not wish to dig deeper into that hole.