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When worrying stops becoming useful

When worrying stops becoming useful

At 5:30am Philip and I woke up to the sound of what felt like an avalanche crashing down on our house. The cats froze and then in a flash scurried under the bed. It was still plenty dark outside. With the electricity now out, my mind suddenly moved into the...

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Which treatment room is better?

Which treatment room is better?

List member Janel recently emailed me this question: "I'm looking at a new shared space with other health wellness individuals. My question is there is one space with big tall natural light windows but it’s next to the reception area and another in the back left...

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Just kiss it, Grandma said!

Just kiss it, Grandma said!

When my Grandma turned 90 she decided to start taking a yoga class for seniors. How cute is that? After the first couple of classes I asked her how it was going. She shared that her teacher Guru Jaya taught his students the art of self-healing and self-love begins...

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When your space bullies you + a workshop

When your space bullies you + a workshop

If you were a fly on the wall at my client's office the other day, here's what you would've heard: Doc: I totally get how the workspace is so important to our health. Me: Nod, nod. Doc: My mom was happy in her job for many years and then her boss transferred her to...

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Turn up irresistible in your waiting room

Turn up irresistible in your waiting room

Earlier this week I was on a guest for the second time on The DocPreneur Podcast with Michael Tetreault, Editor-In-Chief of Concierge Medicine Today and The DPC Journal. I'll share the link with you here as soon as it goes live, pinky swear. 🖐🏽 During...

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If you knew you were going to die tomorrow

If you knew you were going to die tomorrow

I recently watched Oprah's latest Super Soul Sunday interview with Brother David Steindl-Rast, a Catholic Benedictine monk, notable for his enduring message about gratefulness as the true source of lasting joy. You can watch the interview here: http://bit.ly/2A7pC5c....

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When your brain gives you a natural morphine high

When your brain gives you a natural morphine high

When I asked Howard Farran (aka, the dentist version of Tony Robbins and the guy who created the mega-popular Dentaltown.com) what he thought of my latest book, The Waiting Room Cure, he said, "Cheryl, you design with dopamine in mind." I'm not just telling you this...

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A new (and free!) 5-day email course!

A new (and free!) 5-day email course!

Lately with the fall weather here I've been so itttccchhhing for change. Change in my office decor, my wardrobe and my home, too. I've been scratching that itch, kinda like in the above photo, only better and without all those rectilinear furniture shapes:...

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When life gives you lemons, do this!

When life gives you lemons, do this!

When Martha Stewart went to jail in 2004 for lying about selling a stock sale, she did what only Martha Stewart would do; she made friends with her inmates, taught them how to make ceramics, after she learned it in prison herself, and made jam out of the crab apple...

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