Author: Rachael

Rachael is the founder of The Be Well Place. She loves to write, travel, drink wine, recycle, and discuss the meaning of life. Her goal for this website is to provide encouragement for others to get out of their own way and live the lives of their dreams.

Healthy Pumpkin Muffins That Will Make You Drool - The Be Well Place

Healthy Pumpkin Muffins That Will Make You Drool

Add some seasonal cheer to your breakfast and snacks with these healthy pumpkin muffins. Pumpkin is an excellent source of vitamin A, which is needed for good vision and eye health. It also has vitamin C, iron and fiber. Plus, it’s festive and tastes more like a savory dessert than a nutritious fruit. (Did you …

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The Only Way To Change The World

We like to think we can make a difference and change the world. We like to think that our actions produce outcomes that can change the world for the better. But the reality is: We can’t change the world with the intent to change the world. Forcing change upon the world is silly – even …

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5 Fall Cookie Recipes That Your Whole Family Will Love - The Be Well Place

5 Fall Cookie Recipes That Your Whole Family Will Love

Looking for easy fall cookie recipes to satisfy your sweet tooth this season? Look no further! Here are five super simple recipes that the whole family will drool over. Candy Corn Sugar Cookies Autumn embellishments definitely make an appearance in my fall cookie recipes. I made a batch of these sugar cookies last week, and they …

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Stop Calling People Toxic - The Be Well Place

Stop Calling People Toxic (and Start Developing Compassion)

You see it everywhere: How to Remove Toxic People From Your Life, How to Handle Toxic Friends, and Signs You’re in a Toxic Relationship. Stop it. Just stop it. Stop calling people toxic. Calling people toxic gives us a sense of power and righteousness. It relieves us of responsibility and justifies our feelings and circumstances. …

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3 Reasons Why Candy Corn Is Healthy - The Be Well Place

3 Reasons Why Candy Corn Is Healthy

Made you look! Tee-hee. Come on…candy corn isn’t healthy, silly. It’s nothing but sugar, artificial flavors, and food coloring. What’s healthy about that? Do you not read my articles? For shame! Okay, I confess. I like candy corn. I know it’s not good for me, but I eat a smidge of it anyways every October. So, …

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Monday Motivation: Nothing Is Permanent

Nothing is permanent. We know it, we say it – but in order to experience the benefits of this truth, we must adopt the concept fully and see it as something empowering, not scary. Life is impermanent. We all have an end date, though we don’t necessarily know when that is. This isn’t scary or morbid or …

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Monday Motivation: Taking the First Step

The first step is the hardest to take – but it doesn’t have to be. In order to truly get outside our comfort zones and do the things we think we cannot do, we must: Let go of other people’s expectations Let go of the fear of not being perfect Put one foot in front …

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Monday Motivation: Let Go Of Being Perfect

This week’s Monday Motivation is all about letting go of the fear of not being perfect. If you missed the last two episodes, you can check them out here: Episode #1: Getting Outside Our Comfort Zones Episode #2: Letting Go Of Other People’s Expectations It’s normal to want to be good at whatever it is …

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Monday Motivation: Letting Go Of People’s Expectations

In last week’s Monday Motivation, we talked about getting outside our comfort zones. This week, we focus on letting go of other people’s expectations. Whenever we make a life change, embark on a new journey, or do something we’ve never done before, we typically want to share what we’re up to with our friends and …

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Monday Motivation Is Back – And Better Than Ever!

Hey there, I’m so excited to announce that Monday Motivation is back AND it’s now in video form. Woo! I can almost hear your shouts of joy through the interwebs… I hope this is a better way to deliver some inspiration first thing Monday morning. Please email me your feedback or let me know if …

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