Author: inherownwrite

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Holiday Shopping 101: Tips From The Inside

It’s hard to believe just how quickly this year has gone by, especially if (like me) you find yourself perpetually playing catch up in the gift-giving realm. Regardless of whether you’re an early bird or […]

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Don’t Start Over, Finish Strong

With Thanksgiving past, holiday shopping in full swing, Christmas around the corner, and Coronavirus hullabaloo almost distracting enough to eclipse it all, the last thing most of us are thinking about right now is New […]

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The Best Supplements and Natural Remedies for Everyday Nuisances

The seasons are changing, which means that most of us will have moments where things feel a bit out of whack. Whether it’s indigestion, stiff joints, or just feeling generally under the weather, change in […]

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Debate Drinking Game

As we approach the first Presidential Debate this Tuesday, adding levity to such a charged evening seems both impossible and necessary– but I do believe that it is feasible to simultaneously pay attention and poke […]

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The side effect of covid we don’t discuss enough

Does ‘tired’ count as a mood? Lately, that’s been mine. There’s nothing more frustrating than being unable to summon the energy to engage in areas of life that would normally inspire or excite you, and […]

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Elin Hilderbrand: 28 Summers

I caught up with Elin Hilderbrand, bestselling author of over 20 novels including this summer’s beach read, 28 Summers. A mother of three, an avid runner, reader, and traveler, Hilderbrand grew up outside of Philadelphia. She […]

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Opportunity Amidst Uncertainty (+Some Personal Updates)

“Whether or not it is clear to you, no doubt the universe is unfolding as it should.” -Max Ehrmann, Desiderata For years, the poem Desiderata has hung in the entryway of my childhood home. I’ve passed it […]

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Making Hard Decisions

Have you ever had to make what felt like an impossible decision? The kind where you can literally feel yourself at the crossroads of what will be and what could have been? I am chronically […]

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Barbara O’Neal: WHEN WE BELIEVED IN MERMAIDS

Last week, I had the opportunity to speak with Barbara O’Neal. Barbara is the author of several women’s fiction novels, including a couple of my favorites: When We Believed in Mermaids and The Art of […]

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On Leasing Life

Have you ever been painfully reminded of the fragility of your own life? You know those moments–we all have them–when you resort to a sort of inner conversation; talking to God, talking to yourself, talking […]

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5 Reasons to Love Running

I wasn’t always a runner. In fact, far from it. Although I was on sports teams throughout high school, short bursts of energy (think, racing to a soccer ball) were way more my thing. Ask […]

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Fran Hauser: The Myth of the Nice Girl

I sat down with Fran Hauser, long-time media executive, startup investor & best-selling author of The Myth of the Nice Girl. Best known for her role building PEOPLE.com, Hauser was named one of Business Insider’s […]

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When Social Distance Leads to Inner Connection

Week 10 of quarantine is winding down, and some things just hit different. At least, that’s according to social media. In a world turned upside down, we are constantly surprised: surprised by the things we […]

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Is Coronavirus the Shift Working Women Need?

This morning, after overhearing some frivolous conversation between my sisters and I over breakfast, my father said he was “sorry for making us girls,” because it “made life harder.” My family is predominantly women, and […]

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What Successful People Have in Common

While everyone’s recipe for success looks different, the core ingredients remain the same. Wondering what do successful people have in common? They find their niche Whether it’s music, business, art, or healthcare; the most successful […]

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The DL on Long Distance Relationships: Quarantine Edition

Even in a pre-COVID era, many of us weren’t strangers to maintaining long-distance relationships, platonic or otherwise. The average individual today has many more connections to manage across various states, countries, and time zones than […]

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When a Pandemic Exposes a Generation

Lately, I’ve felt like I’m living in a terrible version of a middle school library book. You know, the ones where the character has two choices and you can flip to the corresponding page to […]

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Daniel Pink: When – The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing

I sat down with Daniel Pink, the author of six provocative books — including his newest, When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing, which spent four months on the New York Times bestseller list. His other books include the […]

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Lori Gottlieb: MAYBE YOU SHOULD TALK TO SOMEONE

Lori Gottlieb is a psychotherapist and New York Times bestselling author of Maybe You Should Talk to Someone, which is being adapted as a television series with Eva Longoria. In addition to her clinical practice, she writes The Atlantic’s weekly […]