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I recently took a look at a website that tried to determine your real age compared to your chronological age and this site sparked some interesting questions regarding healthy aging. What leads to being healthy and happy as we age?Read More
National Take Back Your Time Week – January 22-28. Preventing illness, slowing down the aging process and living life to the fullest – these are a few of the reasons Canadians are craving a healthier lifestyle.Read More
Have you noticed a change in your mood or energy since the clocks went back? For many of us, daylight savings time heralds the beginning of the winter blues and, in some cases, the more severe Seasonal Affective Disorder. Stress and wellness expert, Beverly Beuermann-King sheds some light on what, for many, is a season of darkness.Read More
People hate change. So many people I know believe that this statement is true. However, the truth be known, people don’t hate change. Not all changes are bad or negative.Read More
The key to handling interruptions is to find productive ways to minimize and deal with them and keep our emotions in check.Read More
Stress Free Family Holidays Month. 5 Tips To Building Resiliency And Having A StressLess HolidayRead More
Bathtub Party Day: Aside from enjoying the bubbles, taking a bath has been found to have a multitude of benefits.Read More
Special Kids Day is a time to celebrate the strength, resilience and determination of these children and their families.Read More
Our viewing time is not all bad. Our viewing time can be used for relaxation and/or for learning. But we should still be making active choices on how our time is being used, so that we don’t find that our time has been sucked away and that the things we would have liked to have accomplished have been left undone.Read More
We all have a day that is off, but sometimes we feel pressure around us to pretend that all is good and that we are happy.Read More
Less Stuff Day: It is time to ask if our stuff is taking over our lives. It’s time that our energies be spent on gratitude and non-material things.Read More
TMJ Awareness Month: Stress held in the muscles of your face can affect your ability to speak, eat, chew, swallow, make facial expressions and breathe.Read More
International Magic Week: Sometimes a little magic is all we need to take our minds off the difficulties that we face.Read More
National Boss’ Day: Because your health is paramount, it is up to you to build the best relationship with your boss that you can, whether or not they are fair and supportive of you.Read More
Healthy Workplace Month: Taking strides to ensure that your teams work in a healthy environment is not only good for the company, it is the right thing to do for your employees and for the community at large.Read More
Less Than Perfect Day: Perfectionism is an addiction because it is unattainable and you are not the one in control. Perfectionism is not the same as self-improvement or wanting to be your best. Perfectionism is motivated by the desire to please others rather than yourself.Read More
National Women’s Health and Fitness Day: Part of that balance is having areas of your life that bring you motivation, energy and satisfaction. Stop thinking ‘someday’ and find something today.Read More
Backpack Safety Month: Tips for ensuring that children and teens don’t do serious harm to their back, shoulders and nerves to their arms by improperly wearing their backpack.Read More
Back To School Chaos: For both parents and children, having to deal with morning chaos can throw everyone off course. Preparation is the key to getting organized and not stressing.Read More
Grief Pain And Anguish: Children And Suicide. “When a child dies by suicide, it brings a whole different level of grief, pain, and anguish to those who cared about that child.”Read More