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HOW TO RESPOND TO CHANGES THAT COME OUR WAY

Last month while writing the blog on taking care of your health no matter what season of life you were in, the word “change” kept popping up in my thoughts. Maybe it’s because the older I get the more I realize how many changes have taken place in my life. Some of those changes were...

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Living Mid-Life Healthy and 4 steps to get there.

Buh-bye winter and hello spring! This is one change I am always ready for and can hardly wait for it to begin. Looking out the window the other day (searching for the first Robin sighting) the thought popped into my head that even though spring is getting ready to pop I personally have entered the...

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LOVE YOURSELF TO WEIGHT LOSS!

February—the month for love! With Valentine’s Day being this month you probably think I am referring to a romantic love being shared with your significant other. But that is not the case. Here, I am talking about self-love. And before you say, No-Way! Let me explain. The idea of self-love is probably uncomfortable for most...

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The Holidays Are Here! – 5 Safeguards To Stay Mentally Healthy!

Well. Lo and behold if it isn’t December folks! Thanksgiving is but a mere memory with a couple of extra added pounds and we now start marching double time on to Christmas and the new year. At least that’s how I’m feeling right now! Anyway, while I was contemplating on what this months blog would...

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PRACTICING GRATITUDE – Let’s “Talk Turkey!”

Let’s talk turkey! And why not? It is November, and that means we celebrate Thanksgiving this month. Now you know, for some people, it’s all about the turkey. Even going so far as to actually call the holiday, “Turkey day.” But for the most of us it’s a day of thanksgiving— A good yearly reminder...

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When Anxiety and Depression Come Calling Together–There’s Help!

If I were to ask you to name the two most common mental health problems afflicting people today, you probably would say anxiety and depression. And yet, even though they are the most talked about, it can sometimes be a struggle to figure out the difference between the two. The reason being, many people and...

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Walking Through Life’s Transitions–What you need to know.

It’s September folks! Yes, I said, September! Man! One minute you’re barefoot in the grass humming, “Summer breeze, makes me feel fine…” [Seals & Crofts] and then, Ka-Pow! September happens. And for us summer loving people, when that calendar flips to September, we know our “barefoot in the grass” days are numbered. In other words,...

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ARE YOU LETTING WORRY DICTATE YOUR LIFE?

The ability to think far into the future is a unique ability us humans possess. Not only is it critical for our well-being but it helps us to make plans and motivate us to behave in ways today that will lead to desired outcomes later on. However, this ability runs amok when we get hung...

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COMPLAINING – Is It Good Or Bad For You?

Most of us know that certain habits like smoking, eating too much junk food, or lying on the couch all day contributes to an unhealthy lifestyle—right? But, what if I told you that complaining has the potential of being another bad habit that can wreak havoc on your health? Would you be surprised? Let’s look...

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Being Present In A World Of Distractions – Part 2

In my last blog, Being present in a world full of distractions, Part 1, I shared how distractions are a natural part of life. How they are increasingly interfering with our ability of “being present and in the moment” along with the consequences they bring. What you are going to read next is the second...

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