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Three Ways You Can Design An Accessible Friendly Home Office

If you have enjoyed the post, please share the love.StumbleUponemailFacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinPinterestTumblrRedditBufferDiggPrint Over 14 percent of Canadians are living with disabilities today. As more workplaces strive to provide an inclusive and accessible work environment, let us look at a portion of the labor force that has been overlooked: freelancers and the gig economy. Randstad Canada estimates that […]

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3 Ways to be a Successful Digital Nomad

If you have enjoyed the post, please share the love.StumbleUponemailFacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinPinterestTumblrRedditBufferDiggPrint If your future lies in being a digital nomad, you’ll be inspired to learn that 85 percent of nomads are extremely happy with their decision to be location independent. Throwing away the humdrum of working 9 to 5 and embracing a job online offers the freedom to […]

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An Uncluttered Home For An Uncluttered Mind

If you have enjoyed the post, please share the love.StumbleUponemailFacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinPinterestTumblrRedditBufferDiggPrint In Canada alone, one in five of us will experience mental health difficulties this year: looking after our minds is as important as looking after our bodies. Many of us are familiar with the importance of good nutrition and spending time outdoors to keep our mental health in good […]

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6 Tips for Being Proactive About Your Mental Wellness

If you have enjoyed the post, please share the love.StumbleUponemailFacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinPinterestTumblrRedditBufferDiggPrintGuest post submission by Jayna Nickert, MFT on behalf of Focus Essentials:   January is Mental Wellness Awareness Month, and that means that we’re all being a bit more mindful of the impact our daily routines have on our overall mental health. As we all know, mental illness […]

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Weighing the Benefits and Risks of Supplements on Mental Health

If you have enjoyed the post, please share the love.StumbleUponemailFacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinPinterestTumblrRedditBufferDiggPrint In the past few decades, the use of prescription antidepressants has gone up an alarming 400%. While this isn’t likely news to those with mental health issues who depend on medication to function and work on bettering themselves, there are actually all-natural alternatives that the FDA […]

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I Agree With Jillian Michaels: The Keto Diet Is A Bad Idea

If you have enjoyed the post, please share the love.StumbleUponemailFacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinPinterestTumblrRedditBufferDiggPrint  I was so happy to hear that Jillian Michaels slammed the Keto diet a few days ago. Because I never once thought it was healthy, and the fact of the matter is, people need to stop being phobic of carbs in general. I have lost […]

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Let’s Talk About A New Year’s Resolution That Everyone Should Keep – Don’t Fear Negative Thinking

If you have enjoyed the post, please share the love.StumbleUponemailFacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinPinterestTumblrRedditBufferDiggPrint  I am sure I have mentioned at some point in the past that I am not particularly a big fan of making New Year’s resolutions. That is because people say that they intend to make these changes before the new year starts, and within no […]

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A So-Called Spiritual Guru Stated That Mental Illness Is Only In Your Head

If you have enjoyed the post, please share the love.StumbleUponemailFacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinPinterestTumblrRedditBufferDiggPrintI have always had a problem with these so-called spiritual gurus. They pretend that they are spiritually evolved and they have a major superiority complex. They spew out their ‘holier than thou’ crap all of the time and it is safe to say that they have […]

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Isochronic Tones: An Incredible Sleep-Aid

If you have enjoyed the post, please share the love.StumbleUponemailFacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinPinterestTumblrRedditBufferDiggPrint  The one strange adjustment issue I have been facing over the last few months due to the significant weight loss is the interruptions in my sleep. This actually started back in the spring when I had already been dropping a lot of weight. The odd […]

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Winter Activities that Help Reduce Symptoms of Depression, Anxiety, and Stress

If you have enjoyed the post, please share the love.StumbleUponemailFacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinPinterestTumblrRedditBufferDiggPrintGuest post submission by Jayna Nickert, MFT on behalf of Focus Essentials:   Now that winter is here and the holidays are in full-swing, it’s important to take a moment to focus on our mental health, as this is something that tends to become a bit more stressed […]

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