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Dogs have feelings too

This weekend my family and I decided that we were going to dedicate more time as a family, dogs included. I looked into dog parks in the area, researched parking options (they have annual passes and senior/disability discounts), and made the outing happen. To see the joy my dogs felt during this outing was so worth it. All the preparation that went into planning a family outing, at first, was a bit time-consuming (i.e., where to park to purchase the pass, protecting the car seats, getting  ...

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mindfulness, wellness

Calm Corner’s January Favorites – Guide to Calm

What a month! This month has been quite hectic, but I still try to find calm and happiness in every day. Check out some of these calm/inspiring products recommended by Calm Corner for this month to help you find calm: Lifestyle The Artist of Life Workbook by Lavendaire (shoutout to Aileen for her hard work!!) Weighted blankets/lap pads by the Soothing Stitches Project (shoutout to Nicole for her dedication!!) Passion Planner 2017 – Compact Size (A5 – 5.5″x8.5″)  ...

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wellness

How to exercise every single day

Eat less, exercise more? We have all heard it before, but how does that really look like for you? You all know the importance of physical activity and the benefits, but how are you going to achieve this goal? Forget the gym membership, try these strategies instead to make exercise an easy (and hopefully, fun) daily activity for you. As a mindfulness practitioner and meditation instructor, I usually try to avoid multi-tasking, but here are a few exceptions.. -Walk and talk – having a  ...

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mental health, wellness

Support system

It’s truly hard to survive and thrive in this world alone. Identifying your support system/tribe/squad/community is super important. No one should ever have to feel alone. Life is already tough enough. Getting through each day is a challenge in itself. There are different forms of support system such as online, phone, and face-to-face. Consider who your support systems are. If you don’t have one, find one/make one. You can make that choice today. Your support system can life you  ...

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