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4 Strategies For Self-Regulation in Adults

Self-regulation is a generic term for the voluntary management of physical, cognitive and emotional processes (Rheme & Rokke, 1988). In essence, we’re talking about applying cognitive-behavioural strategies to having awareness of our thoughts and feelings – which can also…

Baking & Cooking As Mindfulness Activities

Using the power of baking and cooking, as mindfulness activities, are excellent ways to practice mindfulness. They are also easy activities that you can do on your own or with others. I grew up in a small town with…

What To Look For On Your Food Labels

What To Look For On Your Food Labels. In my podcast episode on 6 Super Easy Steps To Mindful Eating, Tip #1 was that you first needed to Learn to Read Nutrition Labels…or kicking labels entirely. What To Look…

The Need To Feel Important

As I discussed previously, in episode 6, there are 6 common needs that all humans have. These 6 Universal Human Needs are: love/connection, growth, significance, contribution, certainty, and varitety. They were developed by my coaching teacher, Anthony Robbins. Discovering…

How To Give & Receive Joy Each Day Through Gratitude

If you look to others for fulfillment, you will never truly be fulfilled. If your happiness depends on money, you will never be happy with yourself. Be content with what you have; rejoice in the way things are. When…

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The benefits of everyday mindfulness

-What is Mindfulness And What Are Its Bnefits? Extensive scientific evidence shows the benefits of everyday mindfulness¬†to one’s overall health. This can be the health of your home environment, ¬†at school and in the workplace. Mindfulness means paying attention…

7 Deadly Mistakes Health Practitioners Make

There is more to being a health practitioner than most people understand. As a member of a “profession”, what you DO for a living often becomes your identity. I know this all too well. Being a nurse, for me,…