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Tips to Overhaul Your Laundry Routine the Non-Toxic Way

Written by Jodie Pappas Want to know a little secret of mine? I love doing laundry! My laundry rituals have changed over the years, and now include lots of healthier, eco-friendly and sustainable laundry ideas which are easy to implement in everyday life. Here is a rundown of the important…

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5 Strategies to Prepare for 2021 Like a Marathon

Written by Annie Gaudreault As a collective, we were all ready to say goodbye and good riddance to 2020 and welcome 2021 and the fresh new year. But this year will still require a lot of patience, determination and resilience from us. It will be a marathon, not a sprint, so…

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How Gratitude Improves Mindset

We’re always so busy rushing from one task to the next that we rarely stop to think about how fortunate we are. These days, a positive mindset is increasingly important in order to help you push through stress and find joyful moments in each day. Here are four areas in life that…

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4 Ways Working Women Can Set Better Resolutions

By Rosanna Berardi There have been many lessons in 2020, and perhaps one of the most important ones is that hope is not a strategy. We all hoped COVID-19 would go away, but it hasn’t and—unfortunately—it doesn’t seem to be going anywhere anytime soon.    As we prepare to flip the…

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Winter Walks? Tips to Prevent Falls & Injuries

Written by Teresa Isabel Dias When winter hits, it’s important to know how to prevent falls and fractures on snow and ice so you can make the most of the season and still enjoy being in the great outdoors. Walking is very good for the heart, bones, and brain, however walking…

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Signs That You’re Experiencing Burnout & Steps to Take

As women, we’re often told that it’s okay to want it all; that we can have it all; and that we can do it all. What exactly is “ALL” though – and why do we feel the need to be responsible for everything? There is a lot of pressure on…

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Finding Your Daily Kegel Mojo

Written by Kim Vopni You likely have a lot to manage as a busy woman these days, and often your health and personal needs can get pushed to the bottom of the list. One thing in particular that often gets pushed aside is pelvic health. It’s easy to mask a…

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5 Personal Blogging Tips to Engage Readers

Your personal blog can be a valuable tool in engaging fans and readers, but it takes time to develop and maintain… If you’re using a blog as a marketing strategy to gain followers, you want to make sure that you are using it effectively. Here are some tips that will help you…

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Three Important Test Taking Tips For Kids

Written by Cathy Thompson, Founder of Beyond the Classroom In-Home Tutoring My daughter was recently nervous about an upcoming test at school. She’d been studying for this test for days, but she couldn’t seem to shake the anxiety even though she was prepared. The tension began to rise, and I suggested she take…

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Tips for Managing Remote Work & Full-Time Parenting During COVID-19

Written by Sheyla Scaffo Many parents are currently navigating an entirely new normal: Working from home while taking care of their kids full-time. As school picks back up and many kids remain at home for remote learning, figuring out how to balance their schedule and a full-time job sometimes feels…

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How to Wrestle Your Ideas Into Reality

Written by Kari Fulmek Life is hard and change is hard. That’s a given.If you try to live without change, both are even harder. Ask yourself  this important question: what’s the worst thing that can happen if you make a change in your life? Usually the answer to that is,…

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Back to School Sleep Tips During COVID-19

Written by Brooke Hohenadel Whether your kids are engaging in full distanced learning, learning in-person at school, or a combination of both, this fall is presenting some not-so-normal routines that we will all need to acclimatize to for ‘Back to School’ preparation. The first few weeks after classes start can be…

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An Easy & Calming Meditation Visual

Written by Sarah Good During these continuing stressful times, it is vital to have practices which help us calm our nervous systems. I would like to invite you to try a practice that I call “flower and candle breathing”. It is a meditation visual that can be easily shared with…

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Journal Prompts for This Time of Change

Change can be challenging. It can also be an opportunity of growth and development. As our restrictions change, it can be helpful to reflect on how our time is being used and how we are feeling about it. As an occupational therapist, I spend my time supporting people who are…

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Why Ethical Fashion is Important

In today’s society, there seems to be a shift. Many companies, brands, and singular individuals are saying how necessary it is to support ethical companies, live sustainably, and become more eco-friendly. If you’re new to this specific world, or have really only heard these things in passing, you may be…

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Sleep Struggles During COVID-19

  Are you struggling with sleep? Has it become more difficult to get the sleep you need since we started physical distancing? If so, you are not alone! So why exactly are we struggling to sleep more during COVID-19? There are two main reasons for our increased trouble sleeping. First, many…

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5 Ways to Be More Likeable

Wondering how to make deeper connections and find your “tribe”? The trick is not trying too hard and practicing some simple tactics that puts others at ease. Here are five proven strategies that will help you make the right impression when making new contacts: Be Yourself You are the most comfortable…

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