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What We Should All Be Doing This Memorial Day

What We Should All Be Doing This Memorial Day

Reflect. Remember. Rest. Recharge.

That’s what I want to do this Memorial Day weekend because I feel that everything is moving way too fast — the news, our politics, our conversations, our relationships, and our lives.

When everyone is in such a hurry, balls inevitably get dropped. Hurtful things get said. Personal and political misunderstandings occur. Crazy things happen, and no one takes the time to say, “Hey, wait a minute…”

What are we doing? What are we thinking? Where are we going? Let’s stop. Let’s rest a minute. Let’s reflect on what is happening now, and on what has happened. Let’s take a beat and gather ourselves so that we can refocus, recharge and move forward in a more unified way.

I mean this sincerely and seriously. It’s time for all of us — regardless of our age, our gender, or our political leanings — to be more conscious, more considerate, and more compassionate, not to mention less angry and less judgmental.

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CONVERSATIONS THAT MOVE HUMANITY FORWARD

Brian Grazer & John Paul DeJoria
Creative Minds Changing How We Work 

Glennon Doyle Melton
Quieting Your Mind, Hearing Your Voice

Jack Kornfield
Finding Love and Happiness

STORIES THAT MOVE HUMANITY FORWARD

Three Ways to Break Free From Mental Clutter

Mindfulness is the ability to be attentive and aware of yourself and your surroundings. It involves a judgment-free openness to all the thoughts, feelings, and experiences that the day might hold. Some days the world feels crazy and overwhelming. Are you feeling it? I...

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Every 66 seconds, a new brain develops Alzheimer’s.

Two-thirds belong to women and no one knows why.


JOIN ME IN MY MISSION

JOIN ME IN MY MISSION

Every 66 seconds, a new brain develops Alzheimer’s.

Two-thirds belong to women and no one knows why.

SOME THINGS NEVER
GO OUT OF STYLE.

Conversations & speeches from 
The Women’s Conference, a gathering
of the greatest hearts and minds.

SOME THINGS NEVER
GO OUT OF STYLE.

Conversations & speeches from The Women’s Conference, a gathering of the greatest hearts and minds.

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