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The winter season can be a busy time for many of us.  The last thing we often want is to get sick with a cold or flu or watch a loved one go through it.  So, don’t let sickness bring you down this winter season! ...

For many, the holidays are recognized as a time to gather with friends and/or family and celebrate.  The holidays can include traditions, certain foods, gift giving, traveling and much more.  However, for some, the holidays can be a challenging time of year possibly due to...

Previously we looked at ways to establish a budget for the holidays to allow enough money for food, gifts, entertainment and more.  These expenses are often not consistent throughout the year and therefore they can be costly for many people.  Now that you have identified...

As we enter mid-October, it is now officially the season for pumpkins, hot drinks, corn mazes, apple picking and enjoying the change in weather.  Also, with October comes the holiday, Halloween.  Halloween involves activities of carving pumpkins, wearing costumes, eating sweets and trick-or-treating.  For many,...

The month of August is recognized nationally as Immunization Awareness Month.   Immunization is a process that protects one’s body, or immune system, against harmful elements that could enter.  Mostly these include diseases that we could come in contact with.  In addition, immunizations help develop one’s...

Let’s talk time management.  I don’t know if you have ever wished there were more hours in the day?  Maybe you have more things to do than there are hours left in the day.  Or maybe you wished you could get things gone quicker to...

Summer is here and that means schools are out, schedules shift, and people spend more time enjoying barbecues, swimming, gazing at starry nights, blowing bubbles and playing games. Lets face it, by the time summer arrives most of us are dangerously approaching burnout!  For many...

As we just explored what burnout is and how it can be impacting your well being, here are 5 ways to fight back and stop burnout in your life today: Recognize your main stressors. Focus on pinpointing what is causing you the most stress at...

It’s springtime and that means it is time for spring fruits and vegetables! Spring foods include asparagus, avocados, broccoli, lettuce, pineapple, strawberries and much more.  Shopping for foods that are in-season means getting them fresh, in larger quantity and usually cheaper.  Not to mention, they...

April is upon us, and that means spring-cleaning, or at least planning for it.  Spring-cleaning is an American tradition that transitions us from the winter season into the summer.  In previous eras when heating up one’s home through a fireplace was essential, spring-cleaning was used...

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