Multitasking – Boon or Bane?
November 29, 2018

Multitasking – Boon or Bane?

Happy WHENsday! In the throes of the busyness of the holiday season, I found myself attempting to do far too many things at one time. I was multitasking again - something I know that research warns against. Yet I persist. We’ve all done it. In fact, most of us probably think we're pretty good at [...]

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The Holidays Are Coming
November 20, 2018

The Holidays Are Coming

It’s almost here – the most wonderful time of the year! It’s also the time of year where people are the most stressed out. We are constantly making sure that no one is skipped on our lists, traveling to see family, and eating lots of unhealthy food just to name a few! This time of [...]

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A Little Gratitude Goes a Long Way
November 15, 2018

A Little Gratitude Goes a Long Way

In case you aren’t sure how to change up your regular daily habits and do something special in your day, consider a gratitude practice. We all go on auto pilot in our lives, and sometimes that automatic way of going about life lacks a sense of being grateful for what we have. We often forget [...]

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Early Morning Walk
November 8, 2018

Early Morning Walk

Happy WHENsday® Hopefully your WHENsday is going great! This morning, despite biting winds and cold temperatures, I decided to bundle up and stick to my WHENSDAY plan to go for an early morning walk, and I’m so glad I did. I feel invigorated to start the day. I’ve also chosen today to be my smile [...]

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Happy WHENsday!
November 1, 2018

Happy WHENsday!

What is your current Wednesday like? Do you lament that it’s only Wednesday and how can you possibly, ever, make it to the end of the week? Do you drag yourself around throughout the day, wishing it was the end of the week? Well, not any longer - Welcome to the new WHENsday®. A day [...]

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What You Need To know About Gastrointestinal Health
August 31, 2018

What You Need To know About Gastrointestinal Health

We often take our gut or gastrointestinal tract for granted. We eat without thought and wonder why we feel gassy, bloated or pain after a meal. Typical problems can include bloating, gastro-esophageal reflux disease, constipation, diarrhea, ulcers, inflammation of the gall bladder and inflammation of the colon. Actually, 20% of our population suffers from acid [...]

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