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mindfulness, personal

Learning through loss

    You may have noticed that the blog posts haven’t been so consistent lately. August has been quite a month. Not only has it signaled the end of summer, it’s also meant that my parents and I survived a 10-day Europe trip with British Airways losing our luggages for 5 days and toward the end of the trip, we had to say “good bye” to my beloved dog, Lucky. Gosh, that had to be the hardest decision we’ve had to make and to make it worse, we had to make that  ...

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Free Webinar: Back to School Edition

Prepare you and your child for a smooth back to school. Learn strategies on how to best transition from Summer mode to Ready for School mode. Presented by Dr. Alisa Chatprapachai, OTD, OTR/L   Available sessions: 8/12 at 11 AM, 8/13 at 3 PM, 8/15 at 5 PM All 3 sessions cover the same content.   Once registered, please be on the lookout for a confirmation email.  Feel free to leave a comment below on topics that you’d like to be covered at the webinar.

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mindfulness, self care

Invest in yourself

Some of you hardly ever do anything for yourself; some of you splurge a little too much (me? I go through phases). Today we dive into the topic of investing in yourself. When you invest in yourself, you put in time for your own growth. You say to your present and future self “hey, you’re worth it.” There’s no beating around the bush. It’s you vs. you. Investing in yourself may mean visiting a local library or museum, treating yourself with a nice meal for a  ...

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mindfulness, personal

Turning IDEAS into I DO’s

Ever feel like you have a million ideas going on and not enough actions? Do you find yourself with little inspiration? Well, this blog post is for you. Pick one goal, personal or professional, and just do something that gets you closer to achieving that goal. Start small and do it consistently. When you gain momentum, you’ll find that you’ll get more motivated and inspired to keep going. For example, if you want to start your own business, write down 3 smaller steps that you can  ...

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