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Become Mindful4Life with me!

Today marks the start of my favourite “challenge”- Mindful In May (MIM).  This will be the third time I have participated in MIM and the benefits for me have been noticeable, significant and sustained. For example, I find it much … Continue reading

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Perfectly imperfect

I’ve been working on being less perfect lately. Of course I’m being silly, I’m nowhere near perfect, but this hasn’t stopped me from striving for perfectionism in the past. For example, I recently obtained 97% on a test that I … Continue reading

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Welcoming Worry

Why do we worry? We all worry. Our brains are hard wired from an evolutionary perspective to protect us from danger, so in this way our worry does serve to protect us. But let’s pause and conduct a reality check … Continue reading

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Sharing a feel-good moment

Today I did something that forced me to step outside of my comfort zone. I decided to offer a “wellness snippet” presentation to my colleagues, relating to the Health Coaching course that I am studying at the Institute for Integrative … Continue reading

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