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November 12, 2019

The Anxiety Within Transitions…

When we are going through changes we are faced with unknowns which often create a sense of anxiety for us. Small amounts of anxiety are healthy it lets us know we are motivated and encouraged by the upcoming changes that are headed our way (it feels manageable). The importance piece is to not allow our […]

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October 8, 2019

Processing Our Grief…

When we are within our grief journey there is a clear beginning; when we lose that person (that means the world to us), that position (we worked so hard to obtain), or that role (we held within someone’s life). There is no definitive end to our grief, it shifts with us. Grief changes how we […]

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September 13, 2019

Transitions…

Fall is almost upon us! This is a transitional season that highlights the beauty of change. It provides an opportunity for reflection of what the past eight months have provided us. Giving us the ability to appreciate and notice our learning’s; and make adjustments for the coming four months to finish the year off how […]

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August 19, 2019

Accountability

Holding ourselves accountable for our actions is an essential part of our integrity. Ensuring we are not taking on others perceived judgements is essential to our self-worth. These two factors are easier to state than to accomplish on a daily basis but are essential to our accountability. It is hard to consistently ensure that we […]

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July 30, 2019

Self Inventory

Ensuring We are on the Right Path (or Starting a New Path if needed) Taking a self inventory of things we are wanting out of life is a daily experience (or at least that is the goal). Pulling this process from our subconscious and calling attention to it is key. Taking the moment to reflection […]

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June 25, 2019

The Power of Our Mindset…

Our thought process is a direct reflection of our emotions and behaviour. From the moment we wake up in the morning the thoughts that are running through our mind are setting the stage for the day. Our thought process often is in a default mode. Ex: “Ah-it’s Monday- I don’t want to go into work […]

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May 17, 2019
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May 17, 2019

Relationship between Stress and Memory…

Moderate stress helps us recall information which is helpful when we are intentionally trying to retain information such as studying for a test. Long term stress damages our abilities to hold onto facts (both how we store this information within our brains and how we retrieve it). Reason being that stress does not help us […]

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April 9, 2019

Find Your Inner Gratitude

Situations that we do not plan for happen within our lives. These experiences often leave us feeling a sensation of guilt and holding negative cognitions such a: “I am not good enough, or I should have known better.” Naturally our brains are geared to land within self-critical beliefs. We need to be cognitively aware of […]

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March 18, 2019

Balance

We have fully transitioned into the New Year; at this point we have had three months of experience within our newly set routines. This is a helpful moment to reflect back to how we wanted this year to go. Are we following the path that we set out on? Have we taken on a new […]

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