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Eat Dinner With Your Children Day Today is Eat Dinner With Your Children Day and even though I know that this provides a great opportunity for us to connect, provide guidance and to work out any issues, it is all that I can do to get us sitting for a true meal. It is hockey night – my sons get off the bus – we race to the table to finish their homework – we eat as quickly as we can – and we rush off to the arena for back-to-back practices. It works for us. Focus on the positives and not the negatives by getting everyone to describe one thing that went well today. Beverly Beuermann-King Click...Read More
Real Age vs. Chronological Age I recently took a look at a website that tried to determine your real age compared to your chronological age and was pleased to see that it covered a variety of areas related to positive stress management. This site sparked some interesting questions regarding stress, heart health and healthy aging. Beverly’s Hot Tip For Building Your Resiliency and Celebrating Women’s Heart Week: For Women’s Heart Week Consider nutrition and exercise essential. But also consider the impact of being positive, being able to relax, using a sense of humour, being organized, being involved in hobbies/community, having a spiritual side, and striving to be a continuous learner. Our heart pumps life through...Read More
Blue Monday….the most depressing day of the year. The date was calculated by using many factors, including: weather conditions, debt level, time since Christmas, time since failing our new year’s resolutions, low motivational levels and feeling of a need to take action. The proposed formula in calculating this day is: where weather=W, debt=d, time since Christmas=T, time since failing our new year’s resolutions=Q, low motivational levels=M and the feeling of a need to take action=Na. ‘D’ is not defined, nor are units. Get outside. Go for a walk. Even if it is a snowy, winter’s day, the benefits of getting a light break, beat staying indoors and moping around. Beverly Beuermann-King Click to tweet Many Things...Read More
National Clean Off Your Desk Day How we organize yourself can either help or hinder us in the way that we deal with stress. Clean Off Your Desk and you’ll notice the stress relief from being organized and neat. Purge periodically – it takes time but gives you more space and you may find that it can trigger your creative juices Beverly Beuermann-King Click to tweet Clutter can add more chaos. But being too worried that everything is in its place can stop us from being productive and creative as well. Your personal organization should help you to move forward, give you a sense of control over your space and help to decrease the stress that you...Read More