The Mental Health Benefits of Art

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Written by Carmen Darley Would it surprise you to learn that the pandemic has seriously elevated the number and scale of mental health challenges worldwide? Probably not. Even if you haven’t struggled with your own mental health over the past year, statistics from the Centre for Disease Control suggest it’s likely that you know someone…

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Paola Girotti of Sugarmoon

Paola Girotti of Sugarmoon

Paola Girotti founded Sugarmoon in 2002 as she wanted to bring a fresh approach and natural solutions to the hair removal and beauty industry. She saw a niche in the market, having an up close and personal view of having sensitive skin and a lot of hair growth as a teen. It is her passion to help…

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6 Tips for Newsletter Design & Formats

Written by Stacey Hartman So you have some great ideas for the content of your new email newsletter, but you’re completely stuck on the do’s and don’ts for formatting and design. No worries! If you’re at a loss on where to start, we’ve got some quick tips and suggestions to help with your newsletter design.…

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Natural Cleaning Alternatives For Your Home

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There are a number of chemicals that are found in most household cleaning products which pose health risks. These health risks are especially dangerous for women in particular. Here are three common chemicals you want to steer clear of, as well as natural alternatives you can use instead. LAUNDRY: Avoid Phthalates Most conventional laundry detergents…

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How To Leverage Your Media Coverage

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Written by Elaine Kapogines Remember the first time you landed a media spot? Maybe it was an interview at your local TV station; maybe you were asked to provide a comment for your local newspaper, or you were featured on an industry podcast. Whatever it was, what did you do after the interviewed aired or…

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5 Ways to Be a Better Gardener

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Written by Grace Moores Gardening can be very therapeutic; it certainly is for me, it is my escape. I discovered an interest in gardening about 10 years ago when we moved into our current house. It took me a long time to progress out of the beginner stage because I wanted sun-loving plants in my…

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The Pillars of Self-Care

pillars of self-care

Written by Jennifer Hunt When is the last time you practiced self-care?  With these trying times it is harder now more than ever for people to take the time to care for themselves. We have jobs, families and other responsibilities and stressors that we put before ourselves. Often we feel guilty for taking time to…

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Creating a Backyard Staycation

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Who says you need to travel to far off places in order to have a good time and enjoy your summer? Your backyard can become the oasis you need, and can make for a perfect staycation opportunity. Here are a few ways to make the most of what you have available, and ideas to go…

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Home Office Essentials for Online Video Meetings

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Working from home certainly has its ups and downs. We’ve all been there: the one day where you decide you’re going to work in your comfy clothes and save showering until the afternoon, only to receive a message from your client or boss, asking you to hop online for a “quick video chat”. When you’re…

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