[VIDEO] 9 tips on how to beat the winter blues

We are almost at the end of January which, in Danish terms, means we are about half way through the winter. There are other places in the world, where winter really is a great season because the temperature is much colder than here. You can ice-skate, make an ice sculpture, ski and start a snowball fight,…

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The Family Traditions

When I was a child, in my family churches were for baptizing, confirmation and funerals. Everything in between were worldly matters handled without interference by or blessing from any god. There was no church on Sundays, no church weddings and no church in connection with Easter or Christmas. For us Christmas was not about religion…

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5 ways to maintain peace during the Holiday season

It’s finally December! [spacer height=”20px”] …And we have so much to do before we can relax and finally call it Christmas. For instance, we haven’t had time to decorate the house yet. But no stress… we will get there… All in good time. Right now, Lise and I are sitting opposite each other at our…

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Yet another holiday season and you’re still single?

[spacer height=”20px”] A month from now many of us are on our way to spend Christmas with family and friends: Enjoying the trusted Mistletoes, Christmas trees, Christmas dinners and off cause our loved ones who’re standing in line to ask us the same question every year: [spacer height=”20px”] So, are you still single? [spacer height=”20px”]…

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The health and pleasure of a natural scent…

Have you ever noticed how we all perceive the value and importance of our senses differently? Typically, the sense people view as the most important is hearing – like hearing an absolute pitch or being able to hear danger approach from miles away – then often followed by sight and taste. For most people their…

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Selective learning – Rediscover your why

Dear friend, [spacer height=”20px”] There’s no doubt you learned a lot of important life skills and tools in school and things you couldn’t live without today: reading, writing, to add/ subtract/ multiply/ divide. Maybe you found a love for a new language, or you found out that physics is the best thing ever, or maybe…

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Do you often express Anger and Hate?

Are you the type that often express anger and hate or are you a more easy-going kind of person? [spacer height=”20px”] Dear friend, [spacer height=”20px”] I think it was in 5th grade when my German teacher said that there’s a close connection between love and hate, and that if you’re not able to hate, you’re not…

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My aha moment on self-love and confidence

Dear friend, [spacer height=”20px”] I was born in the fifties, and most people of my generation were raised to be mainstream. Sure, we had moms who thought we were going to be a new Carl Larson or Pablo Picasso after we brought home our first drawing from kindergarten; a new Enrico Caruso or Doris Day…

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Top 10 Vitamins and Minerals that will boost your Happiness in no time

Dear friend, During my time in preschool, a million years ago, we had to stand in line every morning to get a spoon full of cod liver oil. I grew up in Germany and at that time it was about 15 years after the 2nd World War. My parents had a huge garden where they produced lots of…

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