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Preventing Alzheimer’s

By | March 9th, 2018|Wellness Tips|

Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia – a disease that results in memory loss and changes in thinking and behavior that gradually begin to interfere with daily life. It’s a devastating disease that has a traumatic effect on the person diagnosed and their loved ones, but science says there are things everyone can do to reduce their risk. These lifestyle habits can help prevent its onset and can also slow its progression if [...]

Bucket Lists – They’re Good for Your Health!

By | July 15th, 2016|Wellness Tips|

Have you heard the term bucket list? It's a list of things you want to do or experience before you, well, kick the bucket, and they can have a big impact on our wellbeing. Bucket list items can be small (paint my kitchen bright red) or big (climb Mt. Everest), and they tend to force us into the present moment. They can flood us with positive emotions like joy and awe - two emotions that [...]

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10 Minute Clutter Bust!

By | June 3rd, 2016|Stress Management, Wellness Tips|

Have you ever heard the saying “messy bed, messy head”? It’s a fun rhyme, but what it’s alluding to is that our physical environment affects our mental environment. Whether it’s a messy desk at the office, a fridge where the milk is hiding behind jars of condiments, a pile of junk mail on the kitchen table, or simply an unmade bed – clutter can have a negative impact on our well-being: - It drains our [...]

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Healthy Upgrades

By | May 6th, 2016|Nutrition, Wellness Tips|

Do you feel as though your eating habits could use an overhaul? Making big changes to nutrition can seem daunting, so focusing on one small change at a time can be more manageable.  Remember, small tweaks add up over time!  One way to do this is by making “healthy upgrades.”  These are simply a healthier take on your favorite foods and beverages that improve your nutrition without making you feel deprived. Do you want to [...]

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Wednesday’s Wellness at Work

By | January 13th, 2016|Exercise, Health Coaches, Stress Management, Wellness Tips|

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Wellness at Work, Holiday Edition

By | December 21st, 2015|Health Coaches, Stress Management, Wellness Tips|

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Wednesday’s Wellness at Work

By | November 11th, 2015|Exercise, Health Coaches, Nutrition, Wellness Tips|

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Tips on Having a Happy & Healthier Holiday Season

By | October 30th, 2015|Nutrition, Wellness Tips|

photo credit: Trick or Treat... via photopin (license) With the holidays quickly approaching (yes I know, time flies right!?), it’s easy to lose sight of your health goals. For example, maybe you’ve worked hard on a weight loss goal for the last seven months, and just as you see the number on the scale almost hit your target weight…BOOM!…It’s time for the holidays. Starting with Halloween in October and going all the way [...]

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Wednesday’s Wellness at Work

By | October 28th, 2015|Health Coaches, Wellness Tips|

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Young, Wild, and…Aware

By | October 16th, 2015|Wellness Tips|

As a young woman barely out of college, I have HUGE concerns about my future and the life ahead of me. How on earth do people even afford to live now-a-days?!  How in the world will I manage my student loans?  A house? Family? It all seems utterly impossible. Among the millions of concerns I do have, there is one thing that has rarely crossed my mind: the possibility of breast cancer. At my age, [...]

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