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Managing Transition Anxiety
Managing Transition Anxiety
Whether you’re starting a new job, school, or stage of life, change can be extremely difficult and scary. Breaking the status quo to something brand new, leaves you with a lot of unanswered questions. The comfort of familiarity is now gone, and you’re left wondering and hoping for the best, but unsure of what truly lies ahead.
The Big Four
The Big Four
Olympic athletes are considered the best-of-the-best at what they do, not only with their physical strength but mental fortitude as well. We all suspect that a rigorous exercise routine is necessary to reach such levels of physical excellence. But how do they achieve mental toughness? The answer is called the Big Four.
The Hof Method
The Hof Method
Let us introduce you to a man named Wim Hof (otherwise known as the Iceman). Extreme athlete, multi-time Guinness World Record holder, and the creator of the Hof Method- a step-by-step protocol that teaches you everything you need to know about how to control your mind and body through your own inner power.
Could your Wireless Technology be Contributing to your Anxiety?
Could your Wireless Technology be Contributing to your Anxiety?
Does this happen to you? Sometimes you feel a phantom ring/vibration in your pocket but the cell phone isn’t there. Even though you picked up your cell phone you forget who you were going to call. Your short-term memory is getting worse. At school you feel as though a fog has enveloped your brain and you can’t think clearly.
Disconnect to Reconnect
Disconnect to Reconnect
As Millennials, we have grown up in a world surrounded by technology. Sure,this technology brings along convenience, but at what cost?
Self-Care Isn
Self-Care Isn't Selfish
When it comes to our mental health, it is EQUALLY as important to take care of yourself, as you would with your physical health. Practicing good self-care can help you take life’s challenges in your stride, boost your self-esteem and work on your self-acceptance. How to make self care a priority:
Post-Holidays Blues
Post-Holidays Blues
By now, many of the holiday festivities have come and gone. Many of us are now setting our sights on the upcoming new year. Before this happens however, we think it is important to take a few moments to reflect first. Reflect not only on the year as a whole, but also on the holidays in particular, and how things can be adjusted for 2019. To assist you, we have compiled a list of 5 questions that you may ask yourself.
How Helping Others Helps Ourselves
How Helping Others Helps Ourselves
Did you know helping others has been shown to make us feel better about ourselves? Many researchers have found that when you have a purpose beyond yourself, you not only improve the life of others, but you can improve your physical and mental health! Why?
Unleashing Your Light
Unleashing Your Light
Have you noticed you are now leaving the house in the dark, only to return, once again, in the dark? Perhaps you have also started noticing a change in your mood or overall state of mind? It is possible that these changes are in fact connected. This is because the change of season and accompanying reduced hours of sunlight appear to have a significant effect on our mental state. Find out how, and ways to remedy this loss.
Reconnect with Mother Nature
Reconnect with Mother Nature
7% of Canadians acknowledged spending more than an average 20 minutes outside each day. Yet, 98% of respondents agreed that spending time outside improves well-being. Find out how our trees improve our health and happiness, and how you can incorporate more nature into your day.
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