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Wellness is an interactive process of becoming aware of and practicing healthy choices to create a more successful and balanced lifestyle.

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Brain power

Boost Your Brain Power by Saying “No” to Multitasking

This blog is inspired by the work of Dr. Sandra Bond Chapman and Shelly Kirkland.  Sandra is the founder and chief director of Center for BrainHealth, and is a distinguished University Professor at The University of Texas at Dallas. We live in a fast-paced world where everyone is constantly on the run; yet this negatively… Read more »

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Love in a Box

Consider Love in a Box This Holiday Season

I wanted to share a simple, meaningful, inexpensive gift idea that emerged from a discussion I had with a client about making a self-care box for themselves. It began when I shared what I had read about a unique exercise in a classroom. Children were acting up so a teacher had each child write one… Read more »

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feeling stress during the holidays

Are you feeling stress this holiday season?

During the holidays, we often set impossible standards and place unrealistic demands on ourselves in an attempt to provide and enjoy the perfect season. Rather than enjoy, however, we feel stress about the shopping, the spending, holiday events, and pleasing others. When we are feeling the most overwhelmed, it is a good time to reflect… Read more »

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Are You In a Healthy Relationship?

November is Woman Abuse Prevention month. It’s a good time to reflect on couple relationships and what qualities make for a healthy relationship, and what traits do not. Seek out a partner who: Is respectful and kind. Listens to what you have to say. Doesn’t twist your words. Takes responsibility for their own behaviour and… Read more »

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gifts you can give each day

Five Gifts You Can Give Each Day!

The cold weather has set in and the holidays are fast approaching, along with the traditional season of giving. When it comes to gift-giving, most people have embraced the “giving is better than receiving” philosophy,  but have we also adopted this approach when it comes to our attitude? What gifts can we give to others… Read more »

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Take the Simple Three-step Approach to Budgeting

Money management is easier to accomplish when you keep it simple and revisit your plan regularly. The more complex your plan, the more likely you are to either avoid it entirely or veer away from your goals. To keep it simple, here’s a straightforward three step approach. Track Your Expenses Set Your Goals Change Your Spending… Read more »

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Is your teenager thinking about what to do in life?

This is the time of year when our senior youth start exploring what they want to do in life. University and college application processes begin, and decisions of next steps after high school need to be made. As your teens think about their future and possible vocations, as the parent, so too will you. You… Read more »

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actively aging adults

Are You Embracing Actively Aging?

We live in a culture that places a strong emphasis on holding onto youth and remaining youthful. In North America, we greatly admire young and beautiful people. As we age, society encourages us to spend large amounts of money to slow the aging process. There is also a secondary, more subtle implication under our culture’s… Read more »

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Hands together

Kindness is a Powerful Attitude

In today’s world, “having attitude” means to have an aggressive edge. Perhaps having “attitude” makes us feel stronger and more in control, particularly if we’ve ever felt powerless or disadvantaged. However, adopting an attitude of kindness can be empowering. Choosing how we behave is liberating. Whatever the other person does out there, we still have… Read more »

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sad woman

When a Significant Relationship Ends

Relationships are a key aspect of our lives as human beings and can bring us love, joy, and security. But what happens when a significant relationship ends? The healing process after a break-up can be long and strenuous, and can present differently to different people. When a relationship ends, there is often someone who initiated… Read more »

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