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Time for a Fall Reset

10 Tips to Help You Get Back on Track  As we say goodbye to Summer days and welcome the transition into Fall, there are so many things to look forward to – the crisp, clean air, the leaves changing colour,... Read More

Zones of Stability

For many of us, Fall feels like the start of a new year; Summer’s going fast, nights growing colder, wrapping up, a new school year and for some, a return to a commute. With every change, comes an ending and... Read More

Sensory Aids to Support Change

This little gnome was not purchased to be a garden delight, rather it was to help me break the habit of complaining about the dirty dishes. When we embark on some sort of change in our life, whether that be... Read More

To-do Lists vs. Priorities

Most of us have big lofty goals and for many of us much of them seem unattainable. I’m here to tell you that we can work toward our goals by changing how we approach them. I have forever been a... Read More

Take a moment to think about movement

Take a moment to THINK about movement. What comes to mind? Did you picture the physical aspects – Walking, running, lifting, stretching, dancing? Did you think of the ways movement helps – strengthen muscles, lubricate joints, support range of motion?... Read More

Eating well and using supplements properly – The basic facts

Despite the vast amount of existing diet information, many people still wonder what “healthy” eating is and how to make sure they are doing it properly. Much of the information out there is controversial and is usually serving the purpose... Read More

Vitamin C – Did you know…

Did you know vitamin C also kicks your energy levels up a notch? Your body can become depleted of vitamin C when you’re stressed out from work, home or intense exercise. The more daily stress you’re under, the less vitamin... Read More

A Heavy Load – Zen Fable

Years ago, I was told a fable that sparked an important shift in me. You know the ones that send a shiver up your spine as if saying “listen up, this message is for you”. It invited me to take an... Read More

Stop the Slouch

Ergonomic standards for desk set-up • Ensure your feet are placed flat on the floor, or on a footrest directly beneath your knees. • The height of your chair should allow your knees to be at 90-degrees with your hips... Read More

Getting Grounded

For many years I worked in a family preservation program and provided in-home parenting and family support. Alleviating barriers such as transportation and need for childcare allowed parents to get the help they needed without added stress. This was a... Read More
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