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Purposeful pause

Ever feel like you’re always on the go, from the moment you wake up till the moment you go back to bed? Ever stop to think that maybe you don’t need to rush all the time? You don’t need to be like the majority. Society and other people can mess with your mind sometimes if you let it. Today I invite you to take a break and take a breath with me and feel your body. Which parts move when you inhale? Which parts move when you exhale? Repeat this exercise a few times. You may  ...

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mindfulness, wellness

Dehydration

Today I’d like to share about one of the basics that often gets overlooked: drinking water. Yesterday I had a direct experience of dehydrated driving, a very important matter. Imagine yourself feeling dizzy, thirsty, out of breath, and unable to concentrate. Imagine dehydration coupled with night driving, consumption of caffeine and sugar, and anxiety. Not a desirable combo. Do you recognize your bodily cues when they try to send signals? Sometimes we are so busy chugging along in our  ...

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