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A month of working on my wellness. DAY Eight March 7, 2018

I am wired, but not tired Tonight, will be another night that I do not reach my goals of turning off my screens by 9 and being in bed by 10. I have a lot of energy right now and it’s 9:45. I try to take advantage of high energy times because during them I …

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A month of working on my wellness. DAY Seven March 6, 2018

Toxins Did you know this? According to Dr. Sara Gottfried, “More than 700 synthetic chemicals mimic estrogen in a toxic way, and their prevalence in our environment is on the rise. These toxins, found in an array of items from receipts to canned foods and from plastics to pesticides, have now been linked with early …

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A month of working on my wellness. DAY Six REALLY March 5, 2018

I guess I skipped a day; I apologize for any confusion. Maybe I just want this month to go bye quick! Today was a bit tough. My schedule was somewhat chaotic and I did not take a designated lunch break, so I threw the second half of my breakfast (veggies and tofu) down during a …

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A month of working on my wellness. DAY Five March 5, 2018

3 weekends of 3 road trips: This one was different As a vocalist, my daughter has to audition for college. The past 3 weekends we have spent nearly 40 hours in the car. This is not the best scenario for me to practice wellness, and the prior 2 weekends were beyond poor examples wellness practice. …

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A month of working on my wellness. DAY Four March 4, 2018

  Hooray! I am totally over the grumpiness that I dealt with yesterday! There are so many things that went right today! I am going to list them: I slept over 6 hours. Dr. Sara Gottfried says, “Only 3 percent of the population does well on less than 7 hours of sleep, so chances are …

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A month of working on my wellness. DAY THREE March 3, 2018

G-Rumpelstiltskin Let me start by saying that I am REALLY grumpy today. I am going to discuss emotional wellness, mostly because I need to get back on track. For those of you who were under the impression that those of us who are mental health professionals have it all together, turns out that is a …

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A month of working on my wellness. DAY TWO March 1, 2018

What a difference a day (or two) makes. I felt good about myself when I signed off of electronics at 10:15pm last night and was in bed by 11:00. I fell asleep easily, which is rare at best. Before I went to bed I flossed for the second time yesterday, Dr. Sara Gottfried talks about …

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Wellness Journey: My One Month Commitment Starts Today

A month of working on my wellness. DAY ONE February 28, 2018 I’ll be 48 in a month. I feel pretty good, but I know I can do some things differently and/or more consistently that will improve my health and overall wellness. For the next month, which I is jammed packed with over-extended professional commitments, …

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Freakishly Well-Behaved Kids Online Radio by Freakishly Well Behaved Kids | BlogTalkRadio

Dr. Mullen shares BLISSFUL PARENTING principles for raising freakishly well-behaved kids. She has learned the principles directly from children. Listen in to ge Source: Freakishly Well-Behaved Kids Online Radio by Freakishly Well Behaved Kids | BlogTalkRadio

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Make lifestyle changes to address PCOS

PCOS Wellness Information Get this- no other hormone imbalance effects more women up to age 50 then PCOS. PCOS effects 20% of women and interferes with fertility. Small cysts (between 10-100) develop on the ovaries as a result of disturbed hormones and ovulation. The cysts are not dangerous, or associated with ovarian cancer, woman are …

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