Category Archives: health

Because No One Deserves Your Love More Than You Do

Ah, late January: the cycle of setting resolutions, falling off the wagon, and beating oneself up for having come up short…we can do better than this. Would you let someone else treat you with the same disrespect? I hope not.   Self-compassion is a practice that allows us to stay present with feelings of disappointment,…
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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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It’s the ho-ho-holidays.

Thanksgiving has come and gone...the holidays are here. With baked goods everywhere and parties a-plenty, it's common to gain a few pounds between Thanksgiving and New Year's Eve. Looking to enjoy the festivities without too many repercussions? Here are five tricks to keep yourself on track this holiday season: Eat mindfully. Turn off the tv and…
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