Mindful Eating

  I’m totally guilty of running on empty. Too many times, I’ve waited until the last minute to fill my car up with fuel and, more importantly, I’ve been too busy to nourish my body throughout the day. Practicing mindfulness while eating, or “mindful eating,” can boost both your energy and your mood. A simple […]

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Staying Connected Through Changes

My husband and I are expecting a baby next month. More than any other question, we are asked, “are you excited!?” The obvious and easy answer is YES! But I would be lying if I said a part of me wasn’t nervous about the changes it will bring in our marriage. It has already brought […]

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A Better You

You will often hear people say, “a new year; a new me.” The word “new” implicates that something is coming that hasn’t existed before. What if rather than a new you, the focus is on a better you. The intention then becomes to improve and not to create. That sounds much more like a perspective […]

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One Word for Your New Year

It’s officially a New Year! And if you are like most people, January brings high aspirations for a new-and-improved you. To be honest, I’ve never been great at New Year’s Resolutions. In fact, I don’t know anyone who actually is! Even the most determined individuals end up compromising on their lofty ambitions sometime around February […]

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Intentions for Self-Care

New Year’s is a time when we often find ourselves setting “resolutions.” What is a resolution really? Resolution is defined as a decision to do something or not do something. We set these “resolutions” and may follow through for a while, but then most of us lose focus sometime in February or March. We often […]

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Rethinking New Year Goals

  Maybe you’re like me, in that you love dreaming big, planning ahead, and setting goals to move you toward your dream. I’ve been known to get so wrapped up in the goal setting process that I end up with 18 goals that each have 3 objectives. Talk about unrealistic! I have found that generalizing […]

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MAY IS MENTAL HEALTH MONTH

  Article written by Danielle Hughes The truth is, you or someone you know has struggled at some point with mental wellness. The National Institute of Mental Health reports that 1 in 5 Americans experience a mental illness in their lifetime. Even though it has become ‘normal’ to experience mental health concerns, the stigma remains. […]

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