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Infused Breathing

By Julie Zeff: Last month we moved into temporary housing – a beautiful, cozy, two-bedroom apartment. I feel as if I’m 20 again – only with three little kids in one room. The kids started school, and we all have been off and running … All really good stuff and …

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Heart Truth

By Julie Zeff We are moving…again! We are looking for a house to buy in our amazing Atlanta neighborhood. We just love it here! But which house? The one we are currently renting? Another house that’s on the market in the neighborhood? We have to decide soon! Our lease is …

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Five Tips to Surviving the Terrible 2s & Beyond!

By Julie Zeff Most people who know me know that I’m not exactly a “baby person.” Don’t get me wrong: I have three kids – a 4-, a 6- and an 8-year-old whom I adore with all my heart and soul. But, saying that their 2-year-old birthdays were big days …

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The Glorious Ripple Effect

By Julie Zeff As spring comes into bloom, maybe you are thinking about the things you’d like to see bloom in your life. If you are like most of us, then there is probably an area or two in your life that you’d like to transform even just a tiny …

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Move Over fear—Now There Is Something Better

By Julie Zeff Happy February! This is the month of love. And, as any mom can tell you, this is also still cold and flu season! My son was sick this past week. One night his fever hit 102.5. I don’t know about you, but for me, especially since becoming …

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Breath Infusion

By Julie Zeff When I get overwhelmed during my busy day as a working mom of three, I notice that my breath becomes shallow, I feel tight in my chest and there isn’t much room for anything creative to flow.  I actually feel this right now.  So, I’m going to stop …

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Breathing–Kapalabhati Breathing

By Julie Zeff We now officially live in Atlanta, GA! To get here, I drove cross-country from our old home in Los Angeles, CA, to our new home in Atlanta, GA, solo, with my three kids ages 7, 5, and 3.  And, even though I’m really enjoying getting settled in Atlanta …

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