406, 2016

dr. alexis shields.

June 4th, 2016|healthcare.|0 Comments

Dr. Alexis Shields offers a personalized approach to better health and well-being. Wherever you are in the world — you can have access to her expertise via technology.

1105, 2016

dr. penny sartori.

May 11th, 2016|healthcare., literature.|0 Comments

Treat others as you wish to be treated yourself. It is just that simple.

2209, 2015

dr. nicole swiner.

September 22nd, 2015|healthcare., literature.|0 Comments

We’ve just been conditioned to do all and to take on the burden of the world all while sitting pretty and handling it. We often do this to ourselves also. We have to give up this idea of having to do everything for everyone, and then forgetting about “us” in the process.

3107, 2015

valerie l. anthony.

July 31st, 2015|healthcare., small business owners.|0 Comments

Business owner and healthcare provider believes it is important to choose to be happy and live in the moment.

403, 2015

dr. tiffany sotelo.

March 4th, 2015|education., healthcare.|0 Comments

Urologist and surgeon suggests: "My advice on living a graceful life is to get over the ego, and get over what other people think. Get over worrying about failure. Just work hard and make a choice to be happy."

2102, 2015

dr. marci guthrie.

February 21st, 2015|healthcare.|1 Comment

Dentist recommends: "Find what makes you most happy and do it. Don’t take a moment for granted - you only live once and no day is promised. Be kind. Give back. Be appreciative. Have faith. Be present for your family and friends. Eat healthy and exercise. Pick and choose your battles."

102, 2015

susan pease gadoua.

February 1st, 2015|healthcare., literature.|3 Comments

Marriage therapist and author suggests: "Rather than search for your happiness by marrying Mr. or Mrs. Right, do your own internal work to become Mr. or Mrs. Right. When you are a more balanced, mature and authentic adult, you will attract the same."

1401, 2015

courtney stepleton.

January 14th, 2015|healthcare., sisters. aunts. mothers.|4 Comments

Speech-language pathologist offers: "My best advice on living a graceful life is to reserve judgment and always try to give someone the benefit of the doubt."

210, 2014

dr. katie vanderhorst.

October 2nd, 2014|healthcare., sisters. aunts. mothers.|3 Comments

Optometrist shares: "You know how your mother always told you to eat your carrots and not sit so close to the TV? Neither one of them really helps your eyes! Eating carrots is fine, but if you really want to improve the health of your eyes, eat leafy green vegetables such as spinach and kale."