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Change of Pace

Walking may be the most underrated form of exercise. Turns out putting one foot in front of the other carries some serious benefits. And when you want to push yourself, you can get your heart rate up by climbing hills … Continue reading

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Something New

When my yoga studio closed during the lockdown. I had to find a new way to stay active and clear my head, so I decided to try running. At first even three miles seemed daunting – but since I started … Continue reading

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Silver Linings

I think this year pushed us all beyond our limits in ways we didn’t know were possible. One of my silver linings was getting more comfortable spending time, alone. I turned to exercise, cooking and reading to quiet my mind- … Continue reading

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Creating More Time in the Day

1/ Create transitions. :“I realized I actually miss my commute; it provided a mental break and preparation time for the day. So now I re-create the feeling by starting and ending my day with a mock commute, by walking or … Continue reading

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How to Help Kids cope With Stress

Make a zen list. Knowing thier go -to soothers is a great life skill for children.. Encourage your kids to come up with things that make them feel calm, like listening to music or petting the cat. Then when you … Continue reading

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