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Image via dolgachov/bigstock.com Okay, let’s be real. Motherhood is an incredible blessing and amazing…but at times it’s also frustrating and completely exhausting. I have officially entered the parenting stage that I have talked about with parents for years! It’s called the terrible twos. If you have ever wondered exactly what happens to children when they […]

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  One of my fondest memories of my late grandmother is walking into her home in New Delhi, India and finding her watching The Oprah Winfrey Show. The only difference was that it wasn’t Oprah that was talking, but a voice dubbed over translating her words in Hindi. Although the voice was different, the words were the […]

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Image via tan4ikk/bigstock.com I was 12 years old when I made my first vision board. Our assignment was to create a representation of what we hoped our life would look like in the future. Like most children, I scoured magazines and newspapers for magnificent houses, fancy cars and pictures of exotic lands that I would […]

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Image via Nadezhda 1906/bigstock.com It turns out that there may be truth to the phrase ‘go with your gut’ or the feeling of ‘butterflies in your stomach’ when you are nervous. Over the past few years, there has been a growing body of research on the brain-gut connection and the presence of ‘a second brain’ […]

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I am honored to be published in the Huffington Post with Dr. Doraiswamy of the Duke Institute of Brain Sciences and the one and only Dr. Deepak Chopra on the first International Day of Yoga. Yoga not only connects you to your inner world, but as research has shown, it literally changes your brain. Yoga […]

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