Elisabeth Ricarda
Elisabeth Ricarda
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I'm Not Where I Thought I'd Be

I’m not where I thought I’d be. Like a lot of women, I assumed that by the time I turned 30, I’d have the perfect husband, the perfect home, 2 perfect little kids, and - of course - the perfect job. I was sure I’d have it all together, and naturally be healthy and in fantastic shape to boot. Ha! Read More

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Busyness, Growth, Intuition: A Man's Perspective (Pt 2)

Hey Readers! Jason again. Last time, I shared my perspective of the Whole 30 experience. I talked about fears and letting go of certain parts of yourself in order to move forward. Getting into it with Elisabeth, I realized there is a deeper disconnect between the prevailing North American culture and just straight up being human. Read More

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Setbacks: A Sign of Growth

Resolutions. They can be so overwhelming. The word itself implies that something is wrong and needs to be resolved. I don’t believe that we need to be fixed, which is why I shy away from making them. That being said, I've been focused on the things I want to let go of from 2015, and the things I want to focus on in the year to come. And yet, something is bugging me. It seems to be a common theme amongst my friends and peers. We’re feeling the effects of the Holiday Hangover, and the long year ahead is starting to seem a bit more daunting than exciting. Read More

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How to Start 2016 off on the Right Foot

Although it’s difficult to measure, it’s estimated that 92% of New Year’s Resolutions fail. Why? My own personal guess is that most people think in vague terms of “I want to be healthier” or “I want to lose weight.” Naturally this is difficult to achieve, because you can’t measure it, there’s no timeline, and it has no real meaning. The vast majority of us want to “be healthier” but what does that really mean? Read More

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