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Kellie R. Stone

"I make no excuses for my diverse roles as a Rock Your Feminine Type Coach™ and Branding Expert, best-selling author, and crime thriller novelist. Yes, I do still chuckle a bit at the irony. I kick ass as a women’s biz coach by day and kill off vulnerable fiction characters at night. What the hell, it makes for some interesting dreams. I believe that everyone should pursue their passions no matter how out there they seem to be. One of those pure heart-fluttering passions for me has always been writing. Since I did, indeed, chase my dream of being a writer, I've published two non-fiction books in the self-development genre, co-authored an international best seller, and now I'm finally pushing my much-too-old-to-be-in-the-nest novel out the door and into the world. My whole world is empowering and I adore showing others how to live life unfiltered, whether I do that through the written word or my coaching work. I love my job!" ~Kellie R. Stone

Kellie’s Interview at Kristen Andrew’s Blog

Just a quick note to tell everyone that I was interviewed by Kristen Andrews for her featured readers column.  I would appreciate it if you could …

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What is Introspection?

Considering all that you can learn about yourself, the act of "looking within" should become second nature. I find it exciting, difficult, and even scary (sounds like a good thriller) to approach the part of your mind and emotions that often get the brunt of your choices.

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90 Day Health Challenge: Week 5

In the overall picture of my health challenge, this week wasn't so bad; in terms of the short seven day period, it sucked. It was one laced with a horrible head cold and that same old PMS thing that kept me bloated and grumpy last month. The cold at least kept me popping my extra vitamin C, D, B, and drinking a deluge of liquids. I was reminded of how dry my throat was about every 15 minutes during the night from the inability to breathe through my nose.

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Fortunate Friday: Constructive Criticism

A part of coaching a woman to achieve true life fulfillment and happiness is to help her see where she is and where she wants to go. I've had to do a lot of self-coaching over the years just to stay sane and moving forward. And, to tell you the truth, I still have many areas in my life that need work. We all do.

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Natural Remedies For the Common Cold

Go figure I woke up with sinuses that had decided to work overtime making snot...don't feel so well. But that's OK; I'm going to practice what I preach and utilize some natural products and therapies for my cold.

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Insurance Companies and Alternative Medicine

Because I have suffered from chronic migraine for about eight years now, treatment options (that I would consider) are getting slimmer by the minute in mainstream medicine. This fact is one of the reasons why I am so interested and knowledgeable about alternative therapies and the use of natural remedies. A girl has to do - what girl has to do...when there is pain involved, that is.

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Instant Health Boosters: Writing and Journaling

I can't tell you how many women I've known who have said, "I hate writing; I just don't know what to say." And though some of them may have been grammatically-challenged, I always encouraged them to give it a try. Writing for creative expression or simply to journal your ideas is not about being perfect or eloquant; it's about YOU and what's inside of YOU.

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Facing Fears

Have you ever been in a place that just felt creepy; did you get goose bumps and swear that someone was watching you? Sometimes those feelings might have a valid source or they might just be your imagination. It's in this same way that we can concoct the most terrifying scenes in our minds concerning other life situations - again, our imagination. Fear actually brings in a serious influx of creativity - the scary kind.

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90 Day Health Challenge: Week 4

I'd love to say that this challenge has been easy for me. But I'd be lying. So, when women say that fitness, eating right, and doing all those other healthy things take a back seat to caring for their babies/toddlers, just believe them.

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Loneliness: Is It Dangerous?

Have you ever considered how loneliness affects not only your mood but your physical health?  This melancholy emotion obviously can have detrimental affects on your …

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Fortunate Friday: New Friends

Since I started this blog back in March, I have learned how quickly that you can go from being scared of the Word Press Dashboard to whizzing around it like a Cirque Du Soliel aerialist. Another thing that magically happens is making new web friends - the topic of this Fortunate Friday (a new column for Fridays that talks about the fortunes of blogging).

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Sexual Health: A Woman’s Right

Recently, I posted a couple of articles on women's sexual health - not a complete series by any means. So, I thought it a good idea to throw a couple more points out there on the subject. It doesn't get much more girlie than talking about vaginas. The following article is a guest post by Vanessa Scott, a former vaginal surgery consultant who knows her stuff. We'll just call her the Vagina Expert, for now.

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5 Things a Woman Needs to Know about Herself

This post was the winner between 21 ways to have an orgasm and 15 ways to shrink your belly fat. Not that those others aren't important...cause they are. I just see the need for brevity and the fact that my dinner is almost ready. Brief and profound, my favorite.

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Toxic Shock: For Beginners

You know they say "Love is a battlefield;" well, what about just trying to stay alive and healthy in this toxin-infested world of ours. Yes, it's beautiful and all, but living on Earth in it's present state is causing us to die. Prematurely.

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Meet Dafna Michaelson

Women's Life Link would like to introduce, Dafna Michaelson. By a random Google search for the "best women's blogs", her assistant found us and emailed about Dafna's extraordinary journey around the US in search of unsung heroes. With enthusiastic interest, I replied and am pleased to announce that we will be featuring some of her blog posts to assist in getting the word out about her "change the world" project. I hope you are as inspired by her as I am. Here's a closer look at a priceless new friend to WLL.

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