Category: Week 4

Why Create A Mindful Family

The themes that rule our lives today are, “I just don’t have time” and “I’m exhausted.” We are overbooked, overworked and overwhelmed. Just getting done what must be done fills our days. The notion of finding precious time to learn how to create balance and to reduce our stress, to soothe our aching souls seems…
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To Get Fit, Stay Motivated

When we don’t feel like exercising we come up with a lot of excuses. We say that we don’t have the time or that we’re too tired, but the true culprit is usually a lack of workout motivation. If we slow down and try new approaches to our exercise regimens, we can push ourselves to…
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The Family That Plays Together, Stays Together

Busy schedules can make everyone in a family feel overbooked, overworked, and overwhelmed. Research shows too much stress, intense studying, and overwhelming schedules are destructive. It puts dangerous pressure on families and damages their relationships. You must find time to play for your health and the health of your children. Here are a few mindful…
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Immune Boosting Lentil Vegetable Soup

This is just what the doctor ordered. With cold and flu season upon us, a bowl of soup packed with immune-boosting ingredients is a great source of healing for your family. Your family will love to sit down to the fall chill with a bowl of warm, nourishing, immune boosting, veggie and protein packed soup.…
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Boost Your Immune System For Fall

Fall is here and so are the many challenges that can lower your immunity such as the flu, colds, and stress. Stress has an immediate and long-term effect on your immune system and can compromise your health by reducing your immunity. This simple, easy to remember acronym, S.E.L.F. Care, will give your immune system a…
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Fall Tips for Organic Gardening

Just because the warmer days are leaving that doesn’t mean you have to give up gardening altogether. You can start the prep work for your organic garden during the fall. All you need are a few Mindful tips. Gardening is known to be good for your health. It can relieve stress, the sunlight can give…
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Our Hero: The CDC

Flu season is near—an unpredictable and dreaded period that peaks between December and February and can last as late as May. The CDC provides information to the general public about influenza vaccines and offers materials (brochures, videos, and tools) to help businesses encourage their employees to protect their health. This service prevents illnesses and hospitalizations.…
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Beat the Fall Blues

Sometimes minor acts of self-improvement can yield big results. With four Mindful tips, you can set achievable goals, leading to a more fulfilling and productive autumn season and overcome the fall blues. Beat the Fall Blues The end of the year will be here in just a few short months and it’s causing some people…
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Surprising Benefits of Chewing Gum

September 30 is National Chewing Gum Day. There are many healthy and surprising benefits of chewing gum. You may want to keep some gum with you at work and home to manage stress, help your memory, and control your appetite. 3 Surprising Benefits of Chewing Gum Chewing gum reduces stress. The rhythm of chewing gum…
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Coffee is a Critical Superfood

Coffee Drinkers Live Longer Researchers continue to show that coffee is associated with a longer life. JAMA Internal Medicine released a study showing that drinking all types of coffee, decaffeinated, regular, and instant, lead to longevity benefits. This was a large study of half a million people with a 10 year follow up period. Coffee…
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