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Daylight Saving Time - 12 things NOT to do with that extra hour!
Posted By: Paula Henry
On: October 22, 2020
The end of Daylight Saving Time is fast approaching, I always look forward to this day because I love that extra hour! This year, Daylight Saving Time (DST) ends on November 1 at 2:00 AM. It was originally suggested by Benjamin Franklin, who was the American delegate to France, as...
Dealing With: “Can You Do Me a Favor?” Saying No to Effectively Manage Your Time
Posted By: Erin Falconer
On: October 19, 2020
Have you ever been asked for a favor and before the person asking has even finished their sentence, you already knew that you WANTED to say no? But you said yes instead because you felt guilty, didn’t you? Requests for favors can cause us a lot of stress when we...
The Manic Pursuit of More, More, More.....
Posted By: Erin Falconer
On: October 16, 2020
We live in a world obsessed with the analytic construct of volume. We continually crave more, more, more. We’re in a constant cycle of more. We are told this cycle is good. More productivity, more efficiency, and more predictability are what we crave so that we can get even more. But more...
Fermented Foods and Your Gut: Why They Are So Good for Your Health
Posted By: Erin Falconer
On: October 13, 2020
Do you have more than the occasional abdominal upset? If you find yourself singing the Pepto-Bismol jingle most days, why not consider adding more fermented foods to your diet. You don’t have to go to a fancy health food store to buy exotic-sounding ingredients. You probably have many staples in...
You’re Thinking Too Much: 7 Ways to Combat Overthinking
Posted By: Erin Falconer
On: October 12, 2020
Are you often overcome with distressing thoughts? There are many triggers that may cause overthinking. This experience usually leaves you feeling various emotions — but you’re most likely to endure stress and worry. It’s possible for overthinking to cloud your judgment, too. As a result, it’s critical to learn how...
The benefits of attending a weight-loss support group
Posted By: Karen Eisenbraun
On: October 6, 2020
While bariatric surgery is one of the first steps you can take to losing weight and becoming healthier, weight loss still depends largely on your ability to make major lifestyle changes; such as eating small portion sizes, maintaining a healthy diet, and exercising on a regular basis. Because these habits...

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