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Seasons of Change

Here in New England, many trees are losing their brightly colored leaves. But different trees grow in different ways...just as people do. Consider the olive tree, which is an alternate bearing crop. This means it produces fruit in two cycles: a larger than average crop one year and a lower than average crop the following year. …
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Your Desk is a Deathtrap

Did you know that June is National Safety Month? It's a great time to address leading causes of injury in the workplace. Work-related musculoskeletal disorders such as carpal tunnel syndrome and tendinitis accounted for 380,600, or one-third, of days away from work in 2013, according to the National Safety Council. Workplace wellness programming is here to help. Take it…
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Seeds of Intention

Inside every acorn lies an entire oak tree. Let that sink in for a minute. What seeds might by lying dormant inside of you? As the weather changes and the crocuses emerge, spring is the perfect time to consider your own potential.  Set goals that motivate you. Goals trigger behavior, direct your focus, and sustain momentum...but only…
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Newsflash: you’re not an anxious person.

It's true. You're not. You're a person who might be feeling anxious right now. Or frequently. Perhaps more frequently than other people in your life. But you are not an anxious person. Emotional states come and go. Pain (physical and otherwise) is a transient state. In meditation, one of the reasons not to scratch an…
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