My first article went live at the Huffington Post!!

Dear all,

I am proud and excited to share the happy news with you that I just got published via the prestigious Huffington Post! :) I couldn’t be more honored! Please share and spread the word if you like it!

5 Reasons Why Feedback is Important:

>>> http://www.huffingtonpost.com/karen-naumann/5-reasons-why-feedback-is_b_8728332.html <<<

UPDATE (January 6, 2016): my 2nd HuffPost blog post just came out! 

5 Ways to Deal With Rejection

>>> http://www.huffingtonpost.com/karen-naumann/5-ways-to-deal-with-rejec_b_8915002.html

Meine in Deutschland veröffentlichten Artikel

DEUTSCHLAND / GERMANY:

1. „6 Wege wie du deine Selbstzweifel überwinden kannst“ via Happy Mind Magazine

2. “6 Gründe, warum es gut ist, einen Feelgood-Manager im Unternehmen zu haben“ via Gründerszene.de

3.6 Tipps gegen Stress” via Gründerszene.de

4.5 Gründe für Yoga am Arbeitsplatz” via Gründerszene.de

5. “Clean Eating – Wenn gesunde Ernährung ungesund wird” via HappyMind Magazine

6.  “Yoga feels Good – Warum eigentlich?” Gastbeitrag via Julie Feels Good

7.  “5 Gründe damit aufzuhören sein größter Kritiker zu sein” via HappyMind Magazine

8. “5 Gründe immer positiv zu denken” via HappyMind Magazine

9. “5 Gründe warum du andere Menschen nicht retten oder ändern kannst” via HappyMind Magazine

10. “WIE DU AUFHÖREN KANNST, AUF DIE LIEBE DEINES LEBENS ZU WARTEN” via HappyMind Magazine

11. “5 Gründe, warum Loslassen so wichtig für uns ist” via HappyMind Magazine

>> HIER << geht’s zu den Links von meinen in den USA und Kanada veröffentlichten Artikeln.

Yoga Feels Good – Warum eigentlich?

Mein erster Gastbeitrag für einen anderen Blog ist heute erschienen! / My very 1st guest post for a German healthy food blog came out today! :)

Yoga Feels Good‘ heißt es heute auf dem Blog von Julia “Julie Feels Good”: denn ich habe mal etwas kleines über meine Leidenschaft und warum eigentlich Yoga doch für jeden ist, geschrieben.

4 Ways to Deal With Mistakes

Sure, some of you might already think “Is there even such a thing as a mistake?” Well, I can assure you, there is.

You can call it an unfortunate event/happening/misunderstanding, a weak moment, or even simply a wrong decision. It really doesn’t change the fact that we’ve done something that we might have reconsidered before we’d done it. And you know what? That’s absolutely wonderful! Congratulations! You’ve made a mistake! Let’s see what great things you can do with it!

Obsession with Nutrition – When Healthy Eating is too much

Have you ever heard about “Orthorexia Nervosa?”

It’s an obsession with healthy food that impacts the lives of those affected—theyquit going out to eat.

Instead, they stay at home, to prepare fresh food for every meal, because it distresses them if they cannot find what they classify as pure and healthy food. The tricky thing is that this eating disorder little-known.

In fact, healthy eating is instead, rewarded and reinforced by society.

My don’t do list 2015

2015 is only a few days away. Christmas is over, the time for family and good food, however, also a time to reflect and letting things go to open new ways. The new year is a new beginning, so over the past days, I’ve decided to write down old habits and worries in form of a “Don’t do” list for the new year 2015 :)

… so here it is: