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We're hosting a Blog Carnival! guest blogs the retreat the workroom tricia scott Sep 01, 2021

A blog carnival is an online event created between bloggers. For the month of September, I am the host and our theme is 'Growing Your Village' 

As someone who heads up a large global community, coupled with the fact that September is my favourite month, this seemed like the obvious choice of...

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Fast Fashion & First Impressions eliza joanska guest blogs the retreat Feb 16, 2021

By Eliza Joanska

The world as we know it is in the midst of a huge transformation, and the fashion world is changing along with it.

One of the positive aspects of the Coronavirus (yes there are some!) is the opportunity we’ve been presented with to reflect on what’s really important...

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The Top 5 Strategies I used To Reinvent Myself After 40 guest blogs marie fraser the retreat Feb 05, 2021

By Marie Fraser. 

In my 20’s and 30’s I was a quiet, self-assured, confident, corporate badass. I was liked and, more importantly to me, respected in the majority of my relationships. Let’s face it, everyone can’t like us! Then, fast forward 27 years of living with...

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The Recovering Perfectionists' Toolkit guest blogs jenn baron recovering perfectionist the retreat Jan 20, 2021

By Jenn Baron 

Perfectionism starts young. We want to get all A’s, have the popular friends, behave in a way that doesn’t draw negative attention, get first chair in band or orchestra and be skinny, or at least not fat. 

Why? Well, we all have different specific reasons for...

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Create An Inspiration Station. Transform Your Home Office & Boost Your Creativity. guest blogs helena zachariassen the retreat Jan 11, 2021

By Helena Zachariassen

It is a fact. Working from home is here to stay for many of us. Whether we like it or not. Did you know the average person spends 2.5 days per year searching for lost items? That’s a lot of time wasted. Are you up for a challenge to change that? And transform your...

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Tips For Balancing A Job And Homeschooling Requirements guest blogs patrick bailey the workroom Nov 03, 2020

By Patrick Bailey

Fall is just around the corner, which typically means preparing your kids for the new school year, but this year, many school districts have opted to start the school year with online classes. 

Whether your school district has made the decision that all their students will...

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The Importance Of Business Branding guest blogs hollie ellis the workroom Sep 15, 2020

By Hollie Ellis 

Branding is so much more than just your logo. Jeff Bezos said, “Your brand is what people say about you when you’re not in the room.”

There are two parts to branding - the visual side of it, which includes your logo, colours, fonts, photographs and...

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Why Being More Masculine In Business Doesn't Bring Greater Success guest blogs natasha c dewhirst the workroom Sep 07, 2020

By Natasha C Dewhirst

A few years ago, my life was dictated by constantly doing and all of the other associated masculine traits. Internally all I wanted to do was stop and just be. I wanted to be creative and be a fun, relaxed woman, but I had no idea how without alcohol.

I don't know when, in...

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How To Develop Resilience In An Uncertain World annabella zeiddar guest blogs the retreat Jul 14, 2020

By Annabella Zeiddar

Probably not since the events of 9/11 has there been so much uncertainty on a global level. At times it can feel like you are being swept under a tsunami wave of anxiety. Talk of 'life will never be the same', startling statistics and images of field hospitals being built can...

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The Surprising Easy Tricks That Will Help You to Create a Long Lasting Self-Care Routine guest blogs kristin bornstein the retreat Feb 25, 2020

By Kristin Bornstein

The first step towards creating a day of ease is to start with your own self-care. Caring for ourselves puts us at the forefront of our lives. As we develop a self-care practice, we will find that our self-care seeps into all areas of our life.

 

THE POSITIVE EFFECTS OF...

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5 Simple Steps to Transform Your Tricky Relationships anita ghosal guest blogs the retreat Oct 08, 2019

By Anita Ghosal

The relationships in our lives can make or break us on a daily basis. No matter the type of relationships they can be all consuming on so many levels. Particularly our most intimate relationships can bring both the worst and the best out in us. Why does it affect us so much?

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Please Stop Wearing These Three Things (at Any Age) courtney carver guest blogs the retreat Sep 17, 2019

By Courtney Carver - Be more with less

I've learned so much from simplifying my closet and dressing with a small capsule wardrobe. While I've learned what best fits my body and my lifestyle, most of the lessons have nothing to do with clothing. Or, the lessons can be applied to clothes and...

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Going Plant Based, My Story guest blogs marina yanay triner the retreat Jun 03, 2019

By Marina Yanay-Triner - Soul in the Raw

I went plant based 7 years ago, inspired by my mom’s transformational healing story from a terrible bladder disease called Interstitial Cystitis. From not being able to leave the house for 8 years and literally falling asleep on the toilet, she...

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