Tag Archives: Elise Ballard

All-Natural Sleep Remedies That Work

Who can have epiphanies if you’re so sleep-deprived you can’t think clearly? (and it definitely doesn’t add to our attractiveness factor…case in point to your left, poor guy.) Have you noticed how many people are complaining about sleep problems? In my … Continue reading

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Epiphany: How to Heal From “Takers”

You know what’s amazing? Most of the time when I go searching for epiphany-sparking or reaffirming pieces to post on my Facebook wall, I inevitably come across the thing I need to see/hear/embrace that day. (If you know me and … Continue reading

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Epiphanies in the Zeitgeist: How to Coax an AHA!

  How do you coax an epiphany? Why should you take action on your epiphanies? What are some ways to spread happiness and well-being in the world? Answers to these questions and a lot of other valuable information awaits in … Continue reading

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Epiphanies on Writing, Love, Death + Never Telling the Same Story Twice – EVER (?!): An Interview with Cindy Chupack Part Deux

As promised, here is the second part of my interview with the award-winning writer, Cindy Chupack. Just in case you missed Part One (don’t miss out, you’ll love it!), below is a little about her and then you can read … Continue reading

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Life, Love, Epiphanies, and Marriage, “The Longest Date.” An Interview with Cindy Chupack

Cindy Chupack is best known as an Emmy-winning TV writer/producer whose credits include Modern Family, Sex and the City, and Everybody Loves Raymond. After her New York Times bestseller The Between Boyfriends Book, her new comic memoir about marriage The … Continue reading

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