Alehssia “Coco” Reinhart is an aspiring ballerina who has been dancing since the age of 2. She is now 12 years old and also a mathematician and self-proclaimed logic geek.

One year ago, I woke up realizing that my life was no longer a life that brought me joy. A life that seemed pretty on the outside, but inside, I was begging myself to make a change.

“So, you’re retired? How’s that going? What do you do all day? Do you miss working?” And a myriad of other questions from the steadily employed who know that their days at the grind are numbered.

Competition will always exist; there will always be a business or service like yours. In place of spending time seeing competition as a threat, you can choose to learn from it.

In the previous issue of Las Vegas Woman magazine, I challenged you to begin living your life through the lens of your intended legacy.

If you have been unsuccessful at meditating on your own, it may be time to look at and manage your expectations. Many people think that meditation is supposed to look a certain way to find their bliss.

Everyone knows someone who has gone through an emotional upset of some kind: a divorce, lost your job, caring for a young child or an aging parent, struggling with PTSD from a tragic event or lost all your belongings in a catastrophe.

I have a confession: perfectionism feels good. I feel powerful when I can feverishly descend a to-do list, multitask the marathon of achievement, fill my day with items rather than moments, swap meals for coffee with a shot of espresso.

Lazy beach afternoons and pool days are perfect for catching up on your reading list. This combination of local women authors and a bad-a$$ money book will keep your attention all summer long.

Books! Books! Books!
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