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Serendipity…Are you living your authentic life?

I recently visited an Iridologist; someone who is trained to look at your eyes and tell you a little about your health and wellness. It was a interesting experience, as I now understand that there are a few tweaks to my daily routine that with patience, will ultimately improve my overall health. One of the

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Are you suffering from CCD?

There is a new trend and it relates to work/life balance. Compulsive Career Disorder. Are you suffering from CCD? The recent July/August addition of Women’s Health is providing information on the topic including a quiz. The article is written by Gretchen Voes who shares her story on the warning signs we all face if we

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“Game Changers” – Harvard Law School

In the last month; every magazine article I have read has discussed individuals sharing life altering experiences. The things in life that have such an enormous impact that they change your perspective; FOREVER. I realized that I am no exception and have reached a stage in life where I am questioning the next chapter or

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The S.M.A.R.T. Principle

Are you looking for effective ways to reach and attain goals that will lead to lifestyle changes? Consider this principle: Specific Measurable Attainable Realistic Timely Specific: A specific goal has a much greater chance of success. You may want to ask yourself: What is involved? Where do I begin? When will it be complete? Why

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The Standing Desk

In recent months, I have begun to “stand” when working. I find it not only energizing but keeps me alert throughout the day. It would appear that I am not alone; there have been many versions of the standing desk which was initially introduced in 2009 with a multi-function unit that includes either a treadmill

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Icing on the Cake? Recipe Share for Charity

It’s that time of year when we review our lifestyle choices, develop new priorities and journal personal commitments for another year. This time, while your contemplating healthy food choices and deciding what to eat…..Why not share your favourite family recipe for charity? In A Diary of Change 12 Personal Tools, you are invited to send

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Stress Relief with Laughter

The team at the Mayo Clinic would like you to consider the benefits of 
laughter to your overall health. They suggest that laughter is a great source of stress relief and that there are many health benefits both short and long term. Here is a list for you to consider: Short Term: 1)   Lighten

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Do You Have 12 Minutes for Fitness?

In 1961 the Royal Canadian Air Force published a manual specifically for women and children centred on 12 minutes of fitness per day. It promotes improving your overall health when you follow their research based model and step by step instructions. This fifty-one page manual is now available to the public at no charge and

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Easy As 1, 2, 3

It is that time of year when we reflect on the year, plan for the future and get ready for the holidays. Here is a challenge for the month of December……. Walk Towards a Healthier You! Literally…. The easiest way to improve your health is to walk at least 30 minutes per day. Believe it

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Do you have an “Accountability Partner?”

I recently attended a weekend health and wellness seminar and we began to discuss the concept of an “accountability partner.” Someone who holds you accountable for an actionable business strategy. To those of us who have been in business for a number of years this may not necessarily be a new concept; but it has

Read More »

Serendipity…Are you living your authentic life?

I recently visited an Iridologist; someone who is trained to look at your eyes and tell you a little about your health and wellness. It was a interesting experience, as I now understand that there are a few tweaks to my daily routine that with patience, will ultimately improve my overall health. One of the

Read More »

Are you suffering from CCD?

There is a new trend and it relates to work/life balance. Compulsive Career Disorder. Are you suffering from CCD? The recent July/August addition of Women’s Health is providing information on the topic including a quiz. The article is written by Gretchen Voes who shares her story on the warning signs we all face if we

Read More »

“Game Changers” – Harvard Law School

In the last month; every magazine article I have read has discussed individuals sharing life altering experiences. The things in life that have such an enormous impact that they change your perspective; FOREVER. I realized that I am no exception and have reached a stage in life where I am questioning the next chapter or

Read More »

The S.M.A.R.T. Principle

Are you looking for effective ways to reach and attain goals that will lead to lifestyle changes? Consider this principle: Specific Measurable Attainable Realistic Timely Specific: A specific goal has a much greater chance of success. You may want to ask yourself: What is involved? Where do I begin? When will it be complete? Why

Read More »

The Standing Desk

In recent months, I have begun to “stand” when working. I find it not only energizing but keeps me alert throughout the day. It would appear that I am not alone; there have been many versions of the standing desk which was initially introduced in 2009 with a multi-function unit that includes either a treadmill

Read More »

Icing on the Cake? Recipe Share for Charity

It’s that time of year when we review our lifestyle choices, develop new priorities and journal personal commitments for another year. This time, while your contemplating healthy food choices and deciding what to eat…..Why not share your favourite family recipe for charity? In A Diary of Change 12 Personal Tools, you are invited to send

Read More »

Stress Relief with Laughter

The team at the Mayo Clinic would like you to consider the benefits of 
laughter to your overall health. They suggest that laughter is a great source of stress relief and that there are many health benefits both short and long term. Here is a list for you to consider: Short Term: 1)   Lighten

Read More »

Do You Have 12 Minutes for Fitness?

In 1961 the Royal Canadian Air Force published a manual specifically for women and children centred on 12 minutes of fitness per day. It promotes improving your overall health when you follow their research based model and step by step instructions. This fifty-one page manual is now available to the public at no charge and

Read More »

Easy As 1, 2, 3

It is that time of year when we reflect on the year, plan for the future and get ready for the holidays. Here is a challenge for the month of December……. Walk Towards a Healthier You! Literally…. The easiest way to improve your health is to walk at least 30 minutes per day. Believe it

Read More »

Do you have an “Accountability Partner?”

I recently attended a weekend health and wellness seminar and we began to discuss the concept of an “accountability partner.” Someone who holds you accountable for an actionable business strategy. To those of us who have been in business for a number of years this may not necessarily be a new concept; but it has

Read More »

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