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About Lea Bullen

Lea is a certified life coach, foodie and lifehack obsessed. You can also transform your life to be so much easier and positive when you’re living it the way you want to. Head over to her personal development site now to take the eye-opening Redesign Your Life course to do just that!

Recent Articles

self improvement

The 2 Most Important Steps to Banish Negative Thoughts for Good

When something negative comes up in your mind, attack it with positivity. Think about how things would turn out if the opposite outcome were to occur. r

self improvement

How to Use Meditation to Dominate Negativity

It’s a pretty simple theory but when you’ve become accustom to going off on a tangent it can become difficult to practice. Meditation will help bring you to the calm state naturally to implement it. r

self improvement

How to Succeed When You Fail

At the time you may not see the value in the experience, you probably will just zero in on your failure, but with time and the appropriate steps it can be a priceless lesson. r

finding happiness

8 Steps to Transform Negativity into Positive Results

Instead you have to reframe your thoughts and focus on the positive in order to make it through so you can see the light at the end of the tunnel. And not in just this situation, but really any negative situation. r

confidence

5 Ways To Turn Doubt Into Confidence

Do you often find yourself dealing with self-doubt? It might be that you frequently second guess yourself. Did you just make the right decision? Or maybe you don’t have much hope that you did well on that crucial job interview, text, or even date. r

how to give back

Give Something Back, Feel Something Greater

As many people find themselves with surprisingly constrained budgets, giving to others becomes a more challenging task. A tough middle class economy is a true test of character for those who count themselves among this middle class.

Do you continue to give something back at the same pace as before or continue to enjoy other uses of your money and give a little less when you have a little less? r