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My Resources ~

Blogs and Websites:


  • Marc and Angel's Life Hack blog is my single biggest inspiration to control my monkey mind and to enjoy this adventure called life.

  • Leo Babauta blogs about creating sustainable habits leading to healthier lives.

  • has some of the best practical resources and tools for any kind of self help and is also endorsed by Harvard Health.

  • Gretchen Rubin is a best seller in the pursuit of happiness and good habits.

  • Mind Tools has innovative and productive tools for practical work/life management tips. Check out the Life Wheel to bring your life into perspective.

  • The 7 Mindsets are based on an extensive three-year study that assessed over 1,000 of the happiest and most successful people in history.

  • Moni Basu is a journalist with CNN and her chronicles are beyond awe inspiring.

  • The Gottman Institute is a wonderful resource for all kinds of relationship issues and how it affects your health.

  • I like Thrive Global for their efforts on reducing stress and burnout.

  • Mind Body Green has holistic resources to deal with all that modern life has brought.

  • Maria Shriver's thoughts and actions resonate closely with how I feel.

  • Sadhguru


I find Guided Meditation and mindful techniques extremely helpful  to calm my nerves and mind during this ever changing life:

  • Calm - the app

  • Stop, Breathe & Think - the app

  • Migraine Buddy


Other helpful links:

  • Time Audit: This simple tool can help you figure out your frustrations, if you are not able to find time for some activities that you would like to pursue. do download a listing and/or calendar app to keep track of your thoughts, goals and actions.



  • Fidelity: Financial Tips for Women by Women: Studies prove it: Women are exceptional savers and investors. Even so, there are life-changing moments that can put women behind the eight ball when it comes to financial planning—more so than men. That’s why it’s important for women to engage in their finances and tackle some of the things that can get in the way.

  • For Alcohol:

Job Search resources especially for Moms:

  • CorpsTeam specializes in helping Moms and giving them the support and resources and they are based right here out of Atlanta

  • PathForward: Their tagline is empowering you to restart your career after caregiving.














  • is geared towards starting a business and has a ton of resources including mentoring.

  • has weekly updates on side hustles to make some extra dough

  • If you are a little lost on your direction towards work - I found an excellent guide towards finding or changing careers

Also, I can say this enough times but "helping others helps you lift up" too. can show you volunteer opportunities in your area. You can also look for local senior housing, soup kitchens, pantries and pet shelters to volunteer at. They are always in need of selfless volunteers. 

Life can be uncertain and if you think you need to talk to a lawyer about divorce, Atlanta Divorce Lawyer group can help They have ongoing educational seminars and offer support groups as well.

My favorite Authors not in any order: 

  • HH The Dalai Lama

  • JV Sadhguru

  • Thich Nhat Hanh

  • Dr. Wayne Dyer

  • Louise Hays

  • Eckart Tolle

  • Dr. Deepak Chopra

  • Dr. Joe Dispenza

  • Don Miguel Ruiz

  • Brené Brown

  • Tony Robbins

  • Maya Angelou

  • Oprah Winfrey

  • Herman Hesse

  • Jack Kornfield

  • Jack Canfield

  • Gary Zukov

  • Mitch Albom

  • Miriam Akhtar

  • Dr. Eve Agee

  • Vishen Lakhiani

  • Robin Sharma

  • Gaur Gopal Das

Of course, this list will always be growing and in progress.

Please email me your recommendations and I will update this list, as and when possible.



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