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"We're building elite officers; officers who will have emotional intelligence, neurological balance and physical strength," -Olivia Kvitne, Founder of YFFR
A note of gratitude to *some inspiring women, who filled my college experience with support, empowerment and love.
“In one world, effort is a bad thing. It, like failure, means you’re not smart or talented. If you were, you wouldn’t need effort. In the other world, effort is what makes you smart or talented.” –Carol Dweck
"It is very important to understand that emotional intelligence is not the opposite of intelligence, it is not the triumph of heart over head--it is the unique intersection of both." -David Caruso
“When you bring your full attention to each moment, a day is a complete lifetime of living and learning,” ― Mark Divine, Unbeatable Mind
Do you have a guilty pleasure? Something you do regardless of the fact that you know it's not good for you?
Her treatments aren't just physical, though. Her humility, kindness and generosity touch my heart every time I visit her, and I’m deeply grateful for the healing she has brought to my life.
Each one of them has motivated me to be a better version of myself by the way I take care of my mind, body and soul.
I've been reading the Des Moines Register my whole life so it was a special morning for me to get to see the Des Moines Register from the other side of the press.
"60 percent of our bodies is composed of water, 75 percent in our muscles, 85 percent in our brains, it’s like oil to a machine,” says Dr. Roberta Lee
We have access to an unimaginable amount of information that was unavailable before the digital age.
Want to fight off “freshman 15” and illness in college? Kill two birds with one stone by getting enough sleep.
When people hear "vegan" they tend to think there's something weird in it. These replacements aren't weird, they're natural and unnoticeable.
"It is, however, an implicit but powerful confirmation of the single most critical behavior necessary to the perpetuation of factory farming: eating animals.”