Articles by Jill Reid|Pathway to Personal Growth

Are You Living Your Dream Life?

When asked the question of whether they're living their dream life, most people would answer no - not even close. And when pressed to explain what's preventing them from achieving their personal version of bliss, there's always a long, awkward pause ... followed by a clumsily-delivered excuse intended to...

Wake Up and Smell the Coffee is Another Sign From the Universe

Yesterday, I had to reset my automatic coffee maker - again It's not an overly sophisticated machine - just your basic, non-fancy model. But it does the job every morning and provides me with the right jolt of...

You're Not Too Old or Too Out-of-Shape to Begin the Journey Back to Better Health

Several years ago, I reluctantly faced the truth. Seems the ancestral tree was plagued with a deadly list of health issues - cancer, heart disease, diabetes, and high cholesterol to name a few.

3 Tips to Achieve the Best Outcome, No Matter What Lands in Your Lap

Do you have a contingency plan for life? Should you? And for the most part, we've become accustomed to relying on our automatic response system taking over - trusting we'll make the right decisions and choices with in-the-moment clarity and on-demand precision.

Sifting Through the Noise

My distraction level was on high alert, until my subconscious stepped in and brought me back into focus. "Sifting Through the Noise" is published by Jill Reid in Change Your Mind Change Your Life.

A Gift From the Mayans

According to the Mayan calendar, the 5125 year-long cycle ended on December 21, 2012. The idea made for some interesting movies and several best-selling books - many of which were mostly over-dramatized fiction with little basis in fact.

What Does Your Tomorrow Look Like?

Yesterday, you didn't know what today would bring. Tomorrow is a canvas yet to be filled. Yet every day, we make decisions - choices - that will make our tomorrows better, worse, or leave them exactly the...

5 Reasons Why You're Not Losing Weight

You've tried diets, cutting back on carbs and sugar, and putting in ten miles a week on the treadmill. But for some reason, the pounds just won't come off. Sure, your legs look great from all that running. But your mid-section refuses to give up a single inch. So what's wrong?