A Letter to My Almost Grown Up Daughter: Love Lessons on Authenticity
The last few weeks have presented me with some of the scariest, and simultaneously most empowering, moments I’ve ever known as a parent. Forgive me for choosing a public forum to share this letter with you, but it felt like the right thing to do.
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Tricks For Happy, Healthy, Sun Kissed Skin
by Tera Warner
Last weekend was beautiful and sunny in Montreal, so on Saturday I got out a good book, a pen, my phone for an appointment, a couple litres of coconut water, then popped on my bicycle and went for a looooong four-hour bike ride.
I peddled out to nearby nature reserve where I spent the day basking (ok, more like baking) in the spring sun. It was AWESOME!! At some point I took a break from the heat and nestled in the branches of a tree to take a nap while the river ran beneath me! Read more »
Tags: beauty products, healthy skin, Spring Cleaning summit, toxins, wishsummit
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Please Put Down Your Newspaper. Your Attention is Urgently Needed to Make the World a Better Place.
- by Tera Warner
Some people think there are no solutions to the problems that pervade our society. Some have given up hope to accept a gloomy fate, whether it’s sickness of the body or the rate of physical destruction of the planet itself. It breaks my heart to witness those engulfed by a deadly apathy deprive themselves of life, of hope, and of dreams.
Yet there are others who hold relentlessly to the belief that there ARE solutions–that something can be done about the aches and pains of human kind. Not just band-aids on bruises, but an end to divorce. Not just arthritis but an end to anger, hatred, ignorance and fear.
Tags: a vision for a better world, communication, hope, love, peace, Tera Warner, understanding
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How Often Do You Hear Yourself Saying “I’m Ready For Change But I Don’t Know Where To Begin”?
By Tera Warner
The self-development world did a great job of teaching everyone how to visualize and imagine what’s possible. And for some people, it works. But what no one seems to address is the fact that you, as the person most responsible for your happiness in life, will never let yourself experience wild pleasure and abundance if you are stuck with decisions you just can’t seem to make. Read more »
Tags: Happiness, optimism, self-confidence, self-determinism, self-love, self-transformation
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Why I Learned To Say “No”
by Tera Warner
I Took a Long Time to Learn the Word, “No!”
I remember a lecture about breast cancer. There was someone at the front of the room who addressed a crowd of women and said, “raise your hand if after a long day at work, when you’re tired and ready to rest, if you got a call from your aunt or some relative who needed you to go to the pharmacy and pick up her prescription for her, you’d jump in the car and do it?” Read more »
Tags: BE Clean, Body Enlightenment, saying no, Tera Warner
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