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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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Decompress now that your commute is gone

A commute helps you prepare for the day ahead and decompress after a long workday. Here are four ways to create a similar buffer and properly recharge while working from home. Keep the tradition. Re-create your old mornings: Sip coffee, listen … Continue reading

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