This is a new series that I am starting that will detail healthy habits and why you should consider adding these habits into your healthy lifestyle. This month I will be discussing journaling. Journaling has been a habit that I have recommended for many of my clients and it’s a coping mechanism that I have leaned on many times. There are three keys when it comes to journaling that make it such a healthy habit.
Author: Amber Rose
Hi, it’s been a moment. I have had a summer which felt like a rollercoaster with the highest of highs and the lowest of lows. I went backpacking with close friends, spent quality time with loved ones, and felt like I was moving in the right direction with my business and personal development. Then, on
How has your health journey been going? If you have been doing it for a while or if you are just trying to get started we all feel stuck at times and there is one thing that would help you get out of this rut you’ve been stuck in. That thing is… trying something new.
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If you have been part of the wellness community for five minutes you have probably heard that you should be journaling on a regular basis, but do you know why? I recommend journaling regularly to my clients for three main reasons: 1st- Tracking Your Progress Whether it be tracking emotions, mental state, exercise, food, or
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What’s the first thing you think of when you think about self-care? Hot bath, a cup of tea, maybe if you’re feeling zesty a spa day. Yet self-care is way more than just relaxing. Recently I have been focusing on my own personal self-care and what truly makes me feel less stressed, more relaxed, and
St. Patrick’s day is coming up, I hope you are just as excited as I am. Green is my favorite colour so I have always gotten pretty excited to celebrate the holiday since I was little. Now that I’m old it seems that this grade school tradition has been exchanged with drinking green beer. However,
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In January we say “new year, new me”, we follow through with the thing that we want to do and the changes that we want to make. In February, Valentine’s Day comes and we might indulge a bit to celebrate the romance of the holiday. Now March is just around the corner and my question