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23Dec, 2019

The Rest is Up to You

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With Christmas just two days away and the New Year around the corner, we find ourselves in the familiarly strange “holiday” week. Most of us love this time of year – hours spent with family, plenty of great food and social events, gift-giving and cozy nights by the fire, you name it. We should all cherish every minute of these enjoyable activities. However, this week also comes with some stress. Whether we are aware of it or not, constant cycles of planning, cleaning, traveling, mingling, eating, drinking, repeat take their […]
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10Aug, 2018

Reducing Anxiety

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“I’m just not feeling like myself,” or “I feel like I can’t control my thoughts” – these are feelings shared by individuals who are likely suffering from anxiety. From mild to severe, the symptoms of anxiety interfere with daily life and everyday happiness. These symptoms can include sleep interference (difficulty falling/staying asleep), nausea, cold/sweaty hands, uneasiness, racing thoughts and shortness of breath (panic). If you have one or more of these symptoms, it’s important to determine what could be triggering your anxious reactions. While many triggers are mental/psychological, a lot […]
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7Jun, 2016

Be Present and Productive

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By now, surely you’ve noticed that the word mindfulness is everywhere. Everything is marketed to keep you mindful these days, from fitness classes (yoga/Pilates/ballet/cross fit/running—”Do them all!” ads read, “At the same time!”) to candles, apps, and aesthetic office decor. Where do you begin? For those of you who are just beginning a mindfulness practice, your options can be overwhelming. To relieve some of the stress, I’ve outlined some tips for you to try and get some clarity. The practice of mindfulness itself sounds incredibly simple: focus on the present, step […]
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