Category: Week 3

Digging Out of Debt

Today it’s said that eight of every ten Americans have some kind of debt, and seven of every ten Americans say that debt is a necessity in their lives. Paying off your debt is not only good for your financial well-being, it’s also important for your physical health. With the right tools, you can get…
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Force Bulbs to Bloom in Winter

Would you love to decorate your home with live, out of season flowers? Well, there is a way to force bulbs to bloom during winter, but it requires preparation and patience.Bulbs become dormant in early fall and develop stronger roots in the winter. They then bloom in the spring and summer. In order to force…
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7 Tips to Beat Your Cabin Fever!

A snow day at home, away from work and school, sounds like fun, but that feeling is often short-lived. After a while, cabin fever sets in. Beat the isolation blues with these seven Mindful tips. For those familiar with the winter blues or seasonal affective disorder (SAD), cabin fever will sound familiar. For both SAD…
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Greatest Health Threats of 2020

The World Health Organization announces the greatest health threats for 2020. Each year the W.H.O. lists the greatest threats to our health for that particular year. Diseases, drugs, vaccinations, and climate change have become great threats to our lives.  I have chosen to focus on four of the top ten health threats for 2020. Top…
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Yummy Cabbage Soup

Join Chef Kendrick as she makes this wonderful, healthy, easy cabbage soup, which is low calorie, low fat, dairy free, gluten free, and vegan.

Tips for Feeling FULL-filled

It is important to eat throughout the day, but constant snacking can undermine your health. According to an American study, children are snacking up to three times a day. And these snacks, such as salty treats, candy, and sweetened beverages, aren’t necessarily healthy. Fortunately, with the right tips, you can reduce the number of times…
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Saying Sorry Isn’t Easy

Whether it’s a parent-child bond, a friendship, a professional partnership or romantic companionship, one of the hardest things do in any relationship is to admit guilt and apologize. Yet, with those two simple words, “I’m sorry,” you can strengthen any bond. So, why is it so hard for us to apologize in the first place?…
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Mindful Tips for OCD

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) affects two to three percent of the general population. The stress from this disorder can take a toll on a person’s personal and professional life. If you or someone you love has OCD, there are Mindful treatments and solutions that might be helpful. Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is an anxiety disorder in…
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Reach Your Goals Together

Couples that Plan Together, Stay Together Life goals can help you grow as an individual; they give your career a boost, improve your self-esteem, and help you accomplish new tasks in a new year. But this is only the beginning.  Creating goals as a couple can help strengthen your romantic relationship. Some experts say that romantic…
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Ready For the Most Depressing Day of the Year

“Blue Monday” is called the “Most Depressing Day of the Year.” It’s also a global day to call attention the dangers of depression and the toll it takes on our lives at work, as well as the costs to our economy. If you’re coping with depression you’ll needs these tips. This year Blue Monday falls…
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