Category: Lifestyle

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The elements of a healthy diet, & how to change

Memeets up with Joe Nickell, a longtime paranormal investigator who’s been called the real-life Scully. We travel with him to RoswelNon the called the real-life Scully. We travel with him to Roswell, NM on the anniversary of the 1947 UFO Crash to talk to believers, skeptics and UFO witnesses alike to see if the truth…
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Achieve Success and Happiness at your Workplace

Memeets up with Joe Nickell, a longtime paranormal investigator who’s been called the real-life Scully. We travel with him to RoswelNon the called the real-life Scully. We travel with him to Roswell, NM on the anniversary of the 1947 UFO Crash to talk to believers, skeptics and UFO witnesses alike to see if the truth…
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Reducing Stress

What is Stress? Stress is the body’s reaction to a harmful situation, whether this harm is real or perceived. Stress prepares your body for danger. When you are stressed your heart rate increases, your breathing quickens, your muscles tighten, and your blood pressure rises. This happens in preparation for your fight-or-flight response. Not all stress…
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Taking Care of Yourself First

“Self-care is not selfish or self-indulgent. We cannot nurture others from a dry well. We need to take care of our own needs first, then we can give from our surplus, our abundance.”- Jennifer Louden “Physicians promise us that if we do not take time to be well, we most assuredly will take time later…
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Drawing Your Future

“We’re visual animals, we have to see our goals to have the dopamine system work. This is why you have to write down your goals; we’re no good with the abstract” -Simon Sinek This blog is based on the Ted Talk, Draw Your Future. This video, which you can and should watch by clicking on…
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How Do You Define Yourself?

“Be careful what you say about yourself because your mind can hear you.” -Crystal Heer How we label and define ourselves is very important. We tend to act a certain way based on these labels and definitions. For example, if you define yourself as an addict, anxious, or lazy you will act accordingly. A better…
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Getting Out of Your Mind

Have you ever said or heard someone say, “I just can’t get out of my head”? Everyone has had a least one day where they have spent the day living in their mind instead of their body. This may have been caused by grief over a loss of a loved one, a betrayal of a…
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The Vicious Cycle of Anxiety

I know it has been awhile since our last blog. I apologize, we are planning to have a new post every week from now on. It is estimated that around 40 million adults in the United States alone suffer from anxiety disorders. If you are one of these 40 million, you understand how debilitating and…
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Controlling Your Emotions Instead of Letting Them Control You

Have you ever noticed that during an intense argument you can’t seem to think of anything to say, but 20 minutes later you come up with the world’s greatest comebacks? Have you ever thought of why this is? Is it just because you’ve had more time to think about a good response? Or the fact…
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Becoming comfortable with emotions and thoughts

Last week, we talked about vulnerability and how to experience true happiness and joy, we must also experience pain and suffering. We must be willing to become vulnerable. Sometimes, however, disturbing thoughts or feelings may come into our minds. There is an unlimited range of what these feelings or thoughts may say. They may say,…
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