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Melissa Camilleri

What does it mean to find joy in the process?

What does it mean to find joy in the process?

The process.It's something I've thought a lot about, both in my time as a teacher and as I continue learning the ropes of being as business owner.   We are taught at such a young age to be outcome focused--winning the game, getting the grade, hitting our goal weight, buying our dream house--that AS A CULTURE we have collectively lost sight of feeling good about the baby steps it takes to get there.    Motivation and goal setting are wonderful, but it's ok the find real joy along the way... In the studying.In the saving.In the learning.In the practicing.In the...

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Melissa Camilleri

Shifting from Scarcity to Abundance

Shifting from Scarcity to Abundance

Here are 3 simple shifts you can make to move from SCARCITY to ABUNDANCE. 1. Make room. By holding on to too much stuff, we are sending the silent signal to the universe that we are not ready to receive more goodness.  “Stuff” can be anything: the clothes you don’t wear at the back of your closet, the piles of papers on your counter, the broken, inkless pens in your junk drawer.  GET RID OF IT.  Make room. Grab a few bags, label them “TOSS,” “DONATE,” and “SELL.”  Throw away the garbage, bring your donations to your favorite charity, and...

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Melissa Camilleri

Our Why: Equal Access to Educational Opportunities

Our Why: Equal Access to Educational Opportunities

When Americans talk about educational causes, we often focus on organizations that support school programs for kids in Africa, South America and the Middle East.  In fact, you may have heard about a 17-year old girl from Pakistan, Malala Yousafzai, became the youngest person ever to receive the Nobel Peace Prize.Her cause?  Equal access to educuation for girls around the world. I encourage you to read up on Malala and her remarklably inspiring story.And while these international causes are essential and completely necessary for global reform and democracy for all, what often goes unnoticed here in America is that there is...

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Melissa Camilleri

Sometimes good enough is really good enough.

Sometimes good enough is really good enough.

We are already knee-deep into January and I'm sure like you, I've been bombarded with all sorts of emails telling me NOW is the time to FINALLY get my life in order.As a recovered perfectionist, it's still hard NOT to get swept up into all that self-improvement stuff. I mean, I'm ALL ABOUT constantly working toward the best version of yourself and your life.  I gave up resolutions a long time ago, but I still like the idea of choosing my word/theme of the year, and planning big important things on my calendar early on in the year so I...

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