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“Every moment of your life is a second chance.” ~Rick Price
We are constantly telling ourselves stories about who we are and what we are capable of achieving.
These stories are sometimes the nostalgia of once-upon-a-time that whispers longingly to …
The post Your Story Shapes Your Life—and You Can Change It At Any Time appeared first on Tiny Buddha.
This simple DIY facial can be made in under a minute at home! The quick process gives fabulous results thanks to the secret ingredient: carbonated water!
The Best Simple DIY Facial To Make and Use at Home was written by Debra Maslowski.
“Its amazing how quickly someone can becomes a stranger; its even more amazing how quickly someone can become a treasured friend.” ~Unknown
The past six months have been unbelievably difficult for me.
My “normal” life turned upside down and inside …
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“If you hear a voice within you say you cannot paint, then by all means paint and that voice will be silenced.” ~Vincent Van Gogh
I don’t think there is anything more liberating.
At least nothing I’ve experienced at this …
The post How to Keep Going When Doubts and Fears are Holding You Back appeared first on Tiny Buddha.
“The root of suffering is attachment.” ~The Buddha
Getting dumped a few weeks before my wedding was the most painful experience of my life to date, but how I came through it is the single proudest moment of my life.…
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This recipe shows you how to make glycerin soap. It makes a fun, moldable base (purged of all lye and oils) that you can make into many shapes and colors.
How to Make A Clear and Natural Glycerin Soap Base was written by Debra Maslowski.
“When you say yes to others, make sure you are not saying no to yourself.” ~Paulo Coelho
There it is again. Another person asks me for help. There’s a sharp pull inside of me to stop what I am doing …
“You can have your experience without your experience having you.” ~Linda Pransky
You’re no doubt aware that your moods can fluctuate from day to day, even moment to moment. I think most people can appreciate, when they really consider it, …
“How pleasant is the day when we give up striving to be young or slender. ‘Thank God!’ we say, ‘those illusions are gone.’” ~Alain de Botton
Are you high functioning at school, college, or in your career, but dysfunctional with …
The post How to Stop Wanting to Be Thinner, Even If You’re Ambitious appeared first on Tiny Buddha.
“Slow down. Calm down. Don’t worry. Don’t hurry. Trust the process.” ~Alexandra Stoddard
Heard in the offices across America…
“I’m so busy and have no time!”
“How is it almost 2019 already?!”
“I’ll sleep when I’m dead…”
We’re so focused …
“Your pain is the breaking of the shell that encloses your own understanding.” ~Khalil Gibran
There was a time in my life where I felt like everything needed to seem okay.
I had trouble achieving emotional closeness in my relationships, …
The post Acknowledging That We’re Not Okay is the Only Way to Make Things Better appeared first on Tiny Buddha.
Our homemade mouthwash is natural, effective, and gentle, not harsh like the store-bought stuff. It’s easy to make and costs far less than commercial brands but works just as well.
“Always speak the truth, even if your voice shakes.” ~Unknown
You may not want to admit this to others, but I know the truth about you.
You freeze, clam up, and shut down when tensions rise and your spidey-sense detects …
The post How to Love Yourself into Speaking Up When You’re Frozen in Fear appeared first on Tiny Buddha.
“The opposite of sensitive is not ‘tough.’ It’s insensitive. Sensitivity is a gift. Let’s nurture it, not squash it.” ~Glennon Doyle
I would run no matter how much snow and ice there was, no matter how tired I was or …
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“Grief is the last act of love we have to give to those we loved. Where there is deep grief, there was great love.” ~Unknown
It’s been almost six months now. Half of a year without my brother and the …
The post Moving Through Grief: I’m Strong Because I Feel It All appeared first on Tiny Buddha.
I love the warm days and crisp nights of fall. If I have an evening free, you’ll likely find me sitting by a fire pit sipping on this delicious mulled cider recipe.
“Even when in the midst of disturbance, the stillness of the mind can offer sanctuary.” ~Stephen Richards
One night my four-year-old daughter woke up crying, startling both me and my husband from sleep. He rushed into her room and …
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Ever made homemade stuffing from scratch? Not adding to store-bought bread cubes, I’m talking about making bread cubes for stuffing and adding things to it! Well, you’re in luck because it’s pretty simple.
After learning how to make liquid soap I worked to simplify and perfect my recipe. It’s all natural and works great as a shampoo, body wash, hand soap, and even dish soap!
I learned how to make bitters because homemade bitters have many medicinal and culinary uses, and now I control the ingredients, the alcohol, and the flavor.
This homemade all purpose cleaner really works to clean all your surfaces. It is very simple to make and contains no harmful ingredients so you know your home is safe!
A Simple DIY All-Purpose Cleaner That Really Works was written by Betsy Jabs.
Homemade mead is a fermented beverage made from honey, water, and yeast. Our honey mead recipe can be sweet or dry and also offers you several flavoring suggestions.
A homemade dog shampoo bar perfect for your dog(s). Because their skin and hair pH is more acidic than ours, they need a special recipe; this natural recipe delivers on all counts and is simple enough to make at home.
There are a lot of simple changes we can make to our habits that can instantly make us more eco friendly, some of the things that we do might have an environmental impact far outside our immediate environment, effect a change we may never see or experi…
“Be careful how you are talking to yourself because you are listening.” ~Lisa M. Hayes For as long as I
“Silence isn’t empty. It’s full of answers.” ~Unknown Last week I was visiting the Scandinave, a Scandinavian-style bath spa, with
Growing fennel is easy! Whether you’re growing it for bulb, leaf, or both, it can be direct seeded into your
Is it any wonder that nuclear power scares people? The word nuclear alone conjures up a parade of terrors: the
The body of a dead sperm whale that washed up on a resort town’s shore reveals a sad truth about
If you are searching for a natural treatment for tinnitus, you’re in the right place. Several causes for tinnitus mean
When the baby orangutan was pulled out from the cage, he scrambled into the arms of one of the female
In Spring I use cedarwood essential oil for my scalp and breathing problems. Lavender, geranium, and these other essential oils
In previous posts we have looked at how changing the products you use to do your laundry can have a dramatic effect on; you, the environment and your purse/wallet. So to continue our theme, we are going to look at another easy place to make simpl…
“Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away.”
“Love and compassion are necessities, not luxuries. Without them, humanity cannot survive.” ~Dalai Lama. It wasn’t until my mother died
One of the best parts of using spinning bath bombs is watching how it spins and colors the water. The
I love cold-pressed coffee essential oil. It smells warm and energizing, just like a fresh brewed cup of coffee. So
When Janine Guido first met Watson a few days ago, his expression said everything. “The first thing I noticed with
The vaquita — a tiny, rare porpoise who lives in the Sea of Cortez in the Upper Gulf of California,
Each year, the Earth’s trees suck more than a hundred billion tons of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. That’s an
“When you no longer believe that eating will save your life when you feel exhausted or overwhelmed or lonely, you