Monthly Archives: November 2009

Greet Stress With Gratitude

By: Maria Pascucci Sometimes it’s helpful to be grateful for the stress in our lives because not all stress is bad, especially if we learn to view stress through the lenses of opportunity. Examples: 1. My significant other and I … Continue reading

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Mental Health Survival Expert’s Tip of the Month- November

An Exercise in Giving Thanks Thanksgiving. It is more than just mashed potatoes, cornucopia, left over candy, the Macy’s day parade, and children’s plays. It is about giving appreciation to those people, places, and things that you love so much. … Continue reading

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Time Management Expert’s Tip of the Month – November

Don’t get into the habit of taking an afternoon nap. It messes up your bio-rhythms. It’s a much better use of your time to sleep at night and stay awake during the day. Get some noise reduction tools, if necessary … Continue reading

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Teen Parenting Expert’s Tip of the Month – November

Mute, Pause, and Play By Barbara McRae, MCC Do your teenagers disappoint you? Do you wonder, “How many times do we have to have this conversation?” If this describes you, it’s time for a change. Rather than fall into your … Continue reading

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Fitness Expert’s Tip of the Month- November

I’m often asked workout tips from people looking to maximize their workouts. Here are 2 of the most common questions: Q) What can I do to get 6 pack abs? A) My philosophy is to train the body as a … Continue reading

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