Soul Craft: When We Outgrow a Friendship

Soul Craft: When We Outgrow a Friendship I have had to make new friends over the years. It’s not easy when you go through a transformation. Our values and beliefs change when we evolve, and old friendships usually don’t survive when they do. This is why some people never change: they fear losing their smoking buddies or their drinking buddies or the people that they bonded with...
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How to Write a Book in 40 Days

How to Write a Book in 40 Days I challenged myself to write a book in 40 days, and so far, Forty Daze is coming along nicely. I liken the process of writing a book to building a house. First, you have to decide what kind of house you want and then you need to draw up the blueprints and begin construction. As a first step, I created a Table of Contents which serves as a rough outline for the book...
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How do you want to feel in 2016?

How do you want to feel in 2016? (Because that’s what matters most.) I’m off to do my 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training in Mexico.  To get heart-centred. To deepen my yoga practice. To feel the edges of my body and spirit. To eat nourishing food, and revel in living in a tent, on a beach and off the grid, for an entire month. I realize this may not be for everyone but for me, I can...
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The Division of Labour: It Affects Your Relationship

The division of labour in a relationship comes down to fairness and respect. If you’re falling into certain gender roles when it comes to household chores, or if one of you is pulling most of the weight, ask yourself why. It could be killing your intimacy and sex life. The following post is excerpted from Chapter 5 of my new book, It’s Not You, It’s Us: A Guide for Living Together Without...
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The Truth About Moving in Together

The following guest post was written by Miss Kristie who writes about the adventures (and misadventures ) of life on her blog, Blonde and Blistered. Relationships, travelling, and everything in between, she lives it harder, not smarter, so you don’t have to. Check out her stories at www.blondeandblistered.wordpress.com. Interested in doing a guest post for The Cha Cha...
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Be Grateful Not Hateful

The following guest post was written by Jess Ritchie, a freelance copywriter and editor who helps people use their words. She believes in knowing, liking and communicating your true self. You can find Jess at www.NaturalCopywriting.com. Interested in doing a guest post for The Cha Cha Club? Contact Me.   Be Grateful Not Hateful Get more love in your life – use your exes (it’s not what...
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