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Let the Light In: Seasonal Affective Disorder

Let the Light In: Seasonal Affective Disorder It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Well, for many people it is, but for some, it’s not. The days get darker earlier and earlier; holiday stress buildup can get overwhelming; it’s more of a challenge to get out and get active. As it turns out, it might not just be “the winter blues.”  Read More

On 12/07/2017

Adult Coloring Books: The Art of Calm

Whether they’re lined up against the shelves at the local bookstore or smattered brightly across your Facebook feed, you’ve probably seen them—adult coloring books. Exactly what it sounds like, these books are similar to the ones you might remember from childhood, except now a little more complex in design and form to appeal to an adult audience. For the last year, they’ve been getting a lot of press, topping many a best-seller list; and the coloring phenomenon has been the source of much criticism and praise. So… what’s the deal? Could adult coloring be beneficial to you?  Read More

On 9/27/2017

5 All-Natural Ways to Lessen Anxiety

5 All-Natural Ways to Lessen Anxiety Whether short-lived situational stress or a full-on disorder, anxiety greatly impacts quality of life—and who wants each day ruled by a messy mind and knotted chest? No one. But sadly, anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the United States, affecting about 40 million adults. Honestly, there is no quick fix, but there are some natural alternatives you can use to find comfort and balance.  Read More

On 8/23/2017

How to Start Journaling

How to Start Journaling Back in the day, we’d all spend time writing things by hand. Many people as young kids or even adults would keep a journal, but as the digital age has stretched on, we’re taking pen to paper less and less. While in many ways this change is certainly convenient, there are things we’re missing by not taking the time to record our thoughts, goals, gratitude and aspirations by hand. We’ll help you get started, but first, let’s go through some of the benefits!  Read More

On 5/25/2017

5 Habits of Endlessly Happy People

5 Habits of Endlessly Happy People Ask (most) anyone what they want out of life and you’ll likely hear “to be happy.” When people talk about attaining happiness, it always sounds like something you’ll find one day—if and when everything aligns just right. You know what we’re talking about:  Read More

On 5/04/2017

Slow Down Your Life (and Don't Feel Guilty)

Stop Your Relaxation Guilt If your to-do list trails to the ground, you’re not alone. It seems that people are only getting busier—but why? We’ve had this incredible surge in technology to make life easier and decrease the amount of time spent on tasks—but no one really seems to be capitalizing on the free time it creates, they’re just filling the gaps with more things to get done.  Read More

On 1/19/2017

Reduce Back-to-School Stress Starting Now

Reduce Back-to-School Stress Starting Now!When summer is drawing to a close—all parents know what this means: it’s time to get ready for back-to-school madness. The weeks before the first bell are filled with shopping for clothes and supplies, coordinating after-school babysitters or drop-off/pickup schedules and prepping kids for the next step of their education. Sounds overwhelming, right? Read More

On 8/09/2016

Why am I always hungry?

Why am I always hungry?
If you just finished a three course meal and find yourself rummaging through the fridge for more to eat, it could signify something more serious than just a desire to snack. It isn’t always a cause for concern, but in today’s blog, we’ll share the things you should be looking out for and what to do to curb those cravings. Read More

On 5/09/2016

Learn to Accept Life’s Unexpected

Learn to Accept Life’s Unexpected
Can you relate to scenarios like these? You wake up to pouring rain on the day you’ve promised to take the kids to their favorite amusement park; a big project lands on your desk an hour before you’re supposed to go home and have dinner with your spouse; you walk outside on a beautiful Saturday morning, coffee and book in hand, and the sump pump breaks down and water fills your basement. Life throws more than its fair share of unexpected or unwanted events into the mix and it’s hard not to feel deflated in these moments. Read More

On 1/11/2015