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Emily Madill

Author, Thrive Global’s Editor-at-large, Certified Professional Coach and mom of boys.

https://emilymadill.com/

Emily Madill is an author and certified professional coach with a BA in business and psychology. Emily is one of Thrive Global's Editors-at-large.

She has published 11 titles in the area of self-development and empowerment, both for children and adults. You can find her writing in Chicken Soup for the Soul:Think Positive for Kids; Thrive Global; The Huffington Post; TUT. com; Best Self Magazine; MindBodyGreen; The Muse; WellthyLiving.ca; TinyBuddha; Aspire Magazine and others.

Emily has a private coaching practice and an online program offering courses that support women to create lasting habits around self-love and self-awareness. She lives on Vancouver Island, Canada, with her husband and two sons. Learn more at: emilymadill.com

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Settling in for Winter

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The Best Way to Feel Like You’re on Your Right Track

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We Can Disagree, Without Being Disagreeable

by Emily Madill
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The Value in Starting from Where You are

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If You’re Feeling Unsettled, try these 3 Simple Steps to Reconnect to Your Inner Happy Place

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A Glad Heart Is a Life Worth Living

by Emily Madill
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The Art of Gardening and the Magic of Living

by Emily Madill
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The Value in Heart-Centered Leading

by Emily Madill
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Leaning in to Your “Now” Normal

by Emily Madill
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What Our Assumptions Say about Our Blind Spots

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Finding Family Amid Global Emergency

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How to Talk Yourself into a Feel-Good Day

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How Our Rescue Dog Trained Me to Love and Leap

by Emily Madill
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3 Strategies to Prevent Others from Defining Who You Are—Whether You’re 13 or 93

by Emily Madill
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Start the New Year with Family Vision Boards

by Emily Madill
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How to Stick with Your Goals Through Setbacks and Rejection

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Be Unapologetically Who You Are

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The Power of Visualization and Why It May Be Easier Than You Think

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3 Ways to Get Centered, So You Can Create a Life You Love

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3 Ways to Stay Happy Around Unhappy People

by Emily Madill
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Why It’s Okay to Surrender and Stop Trying So Hard

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3 Simple Self-Care Solutions for Busy Moms

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5 Ways to Stop Delaying Your Happiness

by Emily Madill
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5 Strategies to Stop Delaying Your Happiness

by Emily Madill

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