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Is it time to move your mug?

I originally had my mug in the cupboard, tucked safely away with my other favorite vestibules for warm, liquid goodness. :). Every time I opened the cupboard to use it… I was instantly taken back to the empowerment, encouragement, and release I experienced at SHE Tea 2018. Recently, I was putting clean dishes into the cupboard, and I realized that my mug had somehow gotten pushed further back. Perhaps I had left it out of...

Call for Interns!!

We are currently seeking Health Promotion/Clinical & Marketing/Media Interns Review an outline of the internship: click here. Apply for the internship: click here. Learn more about our nonprofit and community involvement: www.templefit.co/nonprofit Learn more about our wellness agency: www.templefit.co Check out what some of our former interns are up to… Dr. AshaDr. Asha is a Creator of Healthy Conversations. She is passionate about inspiring women to be their best selves, do their best work, and live life...

Companionship: A Page from Life

Everybody wants somebody. Who do you have in your corner? Relationships influence who you are and who you become. They can demonstrate two bonds forming into one, creating a powerful friendship. Romantic relationships help you explore a range of emotions, behaviors, and desires as you learn more about you through sharing your life with others. My recent companion taught me how to learn, to grow, to love, and to appreciate the power of self-reflection. Learn...

Start Your Year Off with Healthy Habits

You made resolutions (or revisited old ones), but how do those resolutions get accomplished? You can promise to quit doing this or start doing that, but the turn of a calendar page doesn’t automatically make you capable of achieving these lifestyle-changing goals. To truly get a new you this new year, you have to change the way you think. 1. Stop thinking in comparisons. To quote Theodore Roosevelt, “Comparison is the thief of joy.” Your...

Finding Your Purpose

From the second we enter the world, we are continuously searching for a reason, a “why?” or in other words, a purpose. In the beginning of our lives, we just wanted to understand our surroundings. From questioning where babies come from to wondering why we have to go to school every morning, we just wanted insight on why things were the way they were. As our lives progress and we graduate further into adulthood, we...