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6 Reasons Why Adults Should Colour

Written by Sophia ‘SoJay” Jackson Yes, adults colour. If you’re reading this and thinking, “Of course adults should colour”, this will be further validation for you. If you think that colouring is only for kids – this is especially for you! Colouring is Art TherapyMany of us have heard or…

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Items You Can Donate While Spring Cleaning

With spring comes a new beginning; a time to clear out some of the old or broken items in our lives and make way for a new and fresh start. Whether you’re a fan of cleaning or not, there is something to be said about shaking off the cobwebs from…

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Managing Stress: Tips for HR Professionals

Written by Serena Pawluk If being a “people” person is part of who you are, it’s likely also the main reason why most of us in the HR profession make the decision to get into human resources – we love people! We love to see people grow, thrive, and be…

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Read Our 2023 Inspiring Women Guide

We’re proud to highlight some incredible women who are making a difference and forging their own path. With this year’s International Women’s Day call to action #EmbraceEquity, we are shining the spotlight on some influential game changers who inspire us to continue using our voices to challenge societal norms and…

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7 Real Estate Investing Tips for Beginners

Written by Evelyn Santizo Investing in real estate can lead to many benefits, however it is important to know where to start and how to ensure you’re making the most of your efforts. Here are 7 tips to keep in mind: Know The Costs InvolvedTo be frank, real estate investment…

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Creating The Life You Desire

Written by Aleksandra Jelenic The way to create the unrealistic, fantasy life you desire and crave is to simply use your imagination and allow yourself to dream the impossible dream. Of course there is more to it than that, but it does start with your imagination. Ignore all instincts to…

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How to Stop Overextending Yourself

Do you often feel like you have bitten off more than you can chew? Do you find yourself rushing from task to task with barely enough time in between to eat or shower? If you are like many women, you may have a tendency to over-commit yourself. People overextend themselves…

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Need More Zen? Try These Meditation Apps

Meditation has the potential to help both your mental and physical health and wellness. In stressful times such as the world we’re currently living in, finding a way to calm the noise and centre your thoughts can be incredibly powerful. Benefits of meditation for your mental health can include offering…

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5 Foods To Avoid to Keep Your Hormones Happy

There’s no doubt that the environment we live in is toying with our hormonal system. From cosmetics to household items, to the air we breathe, all are composed of chemicals that influence our hormonal pathways. The result is an increase in diabetes, stress, early menopause and extreme perimenopause, weight gain,…

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Benefits of Using Handmade Soaps

Written by Pricilla Miller In the world of soap making, most commercial soaps aren’t true soap at all. Instead, they are usually made with unnatural ingredients, which are similar to detergents, and they often contain harmful add-ins including parabens, petrochemicals, phthalates and triclosan, which all leave the skin feeling irritated…

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Tips to Beat the Blue Monday Funk

You’ve likely heard of “Blue Monday”, but may not be sure exactly what it means. The third Monday of every January is known as the gloomiest day of the year, due to a combination of cold dark nights, and post-Christmas blues mixed with over-spending and financial worry. Here are 3…

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The Meaning Behind Colours

Written by Nicole Atkinson Whether you’re looking to recharge, refuel or relax, colour can play an important part in how your mind shifts into different gears. Here is a look at how different colours can bring different reactions in your daily life: RED The colour of passion and drama. This…

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Using Plants to Beat Blue Monday

Written by Maria Munoz The most depressing day of the year is quickly approaching us. Many of us have heard about Blue Monday, which is the third Monday in January and has earned the title of “Blue Monday”, the most depressing day of the year. By the time Blue Monday…

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6 Questions to Ask Yourself When Deciding How to Publish A Book

Written by Elaine Kapogines Have you decided that it’s time to tell your story or share your expertise with others through a published book? If so, one of the first questions you will likely ask yourself is how to get your book published. There are several different paths you can…

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RevolutionHer’s 2022 In Review

Written by Maria Locker Well it’s certainly been a year to write about… we’ve had an incredible journey over the last 12 months, and we owe it to each of you, our incredible members, supporters and partners for coming along on the ride and supporting us along the way! Here…

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Goal Setting in 2 Easy Steps

Do you have a massive, “pie-in-the-sky” goal that you only dream about, something that would change your life but seems way out of reach? If so, it may be time to set some big goals and look to the coming year as a catalyst for change and growth.  Let’s be…

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3 Quick Mindfulness Tips

Written by Rosanna Marouelli Looking to add some mindfulness to your days, but don’t know where to start? From the first few minutes of your day until you unwind at night, keep these 3 quick and simple tips in mind to kickstart your journey… Morning GratitudeBefore getting out of bed…

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Caring For Your Skin From Within

Expert Advice from Joy McCarthy Your skin is one of your body’s largest and most important organs. It forms a protective barrier, regulates your body temperature and provides a route for elimination of toxins via sweat and oil. Here are 6 ways you can take better care of your skin…

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5 Ways to Be More Present

Have you ever been with others, but not really been with them?  We all do it; we are physically sitting in the room, but we are so focused on whatever else we’re doing that we barely even notice someone is talking to us. Here are five tips that will help you be more…

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Tips to Combat PMS

Written by Amanda Brown Did you know that over 50% of women suffer from premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and that there are over two hundred symptoms that women can experience? The only similar symptom is the time frame in which these wonderful symptoms start to present themselves, typically anywhere from two…

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A Positive Mindset Can Make All the Difference

We all face challenges in our lives, but the way that you interpret these challenges is what makes the difference between someone who is able to overcome them and someone who is crushed by them. A positive outlook has the power to boost you up when you are down and…

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Perimenopause Symptoms to Look For

There are many menopause myths out there, one of the biggest myths being that menopause affects old women. The fact is that perimenopause (peri) can start in your late 30’s or early 40’s, a far cry from ‘old age’! Most women start peri knowing little about what to expect. They probably…

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Daily Nutrition Boosters

Taking care of our health in the midst of cold and flu season is on everyone’s minds these days. We know that nutrition is intricately linked to immunity and to the risk and severity of infections. Poor nutrition leads to a greater risk of letting in various bacterial, viral, and…

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3 Strategies to Endure the Tough Times

Written by Jennifer Zawadzki When the going gets tough, we have the opportunity to overcome or succumb. There is often beauty at the end of a gruelling, hard-fought uphill climb, as evidenced by the breathtaking views from mountain tops, our first introduction to new babies, or a sunrise that washes over the clouds.…

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5 Ways to Tap Into Your Inner Child

Written by Susie Beghin As an educator, parent, and daycare owner, I feel blessed to be around children every day. Being with children has allowed me to learn how to tap into my own inner child; I have seen firsthand how important it is to my relationship with them. Children…

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Natural Cleaning Alternatives For Your Home

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…

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Holiday Gift Ideas for Everyone On Your List

With Christmas around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about gifts for those on your list. Whether you go for a classic or something more unique will depend on both the person and on your relationship together. Now more than ever before, it’s so important to do your best…

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