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    Ho Ho Ho or Humbug?

    Although the potential for a happy holiday is present for many of us there are any number of ways that it can go sideways and be highly stressful.This blog post is for you. The few of you that have an easy holiday ahead, I applaud you and remind you to really appreciate how amazing that is, and likely, how rare.The potential de-railers come in a number of forms: relatives that we find difficult to be around, a lack of control over our own schedule, too much time socializing (if you are more intr...  Read More...

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    How To Bring Moments Of Wellness Into Your Day

    This week I'm sharing a blog post I wrote this time last year on the topic of wellness and living in the present moment. I think it's a great reminder for us all in our busy lives ...There is a bumper sticker in the town where I live that says something to this effect: “If I’m driving too slow for you, you are in the wrong town”.Depending what mood I’m in or if I’m in a hurry I either find this adorable or very frustrating.Some of you are living extremely bu...  Read More...

  • Managing Stress

    This is a topic we keep visiting here but for good reason. I dare you to find 10 people who can honestly tell you that they are not that stressed right now!Today let’s talk about managing stress around big undertakings. I feel like I’m getting to practice this one as Bill and I tackle creating The Cedars.   Read More...

  • Conscious Relaxation

    Yesterday I fell asleep on my bed with my mouth full of food and my feet hanging off the end of the bed. It was the grown-up version of the toddler who face-plants into their food in their highchair.This is not my normal, in case you were wondering. I had 2.5 hours of dental work done and chose to be “consciously sedated”.   Read More...

  • "Inny" or "Outy"?

    In case you haven’t met me in person, I’m an extrovert. (Insert peels of laughter from my friends and family who are saying “ya think???”).Two things I have had to work on in my life is:Understanding how others experience my extroversion and adjusting andLearning what introverts need and adjusting.There are a couple of simple tests to tell you which camp you land in or if you land in the middle. The first is simply “How exhausted are you after a day, a few hours, wi...  Read More...

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    Sneaky Stress & How To Deal With It

    Sometimes we know we are stressed out, other times we notice other symptoms and wonder why. Why do I keep having these headaches? Why is my stomach upset so often?   Read More...

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