Posts Tagged ‘ stress ’

Routine

28th November 2011 | 0 Comments
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So you get up the same time every day; you walk out the door at a predictable time; you arrive at your destination before schedule; and you encounter people along the way that can tell time by your presence. Your routine is solid. This routine can save you lots of time and stress, and believe […]

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Be not overwhelmed

23rd November 2011 | 0 Comments
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Let’s face it. Most of us ‘big city dwellers’ do way too much in a given day. On top of that, we try to fit more in, as if that is even possible – or sensible. At the same time, stress related ailments permeate our communities. My question to you is – ‘Is it all […]

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With child

16th November 2011 | 0 Comments
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It is such a great honor to carry a child. Most take it for granted and miss a momentous opportunity to make a huge difference. The woman’s entire body mobilizes to support the new life growing within. It is up to the mother to provide her body and her baby with what it needs while […]

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Your health, whose hands?

7th November 2011 | 0 Comments
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My entry into wholistic living came with a decision to not take aspirins for a headache (which was the only thing I had been taking them for). Instead of continuing to medicate myself, I began to find ways to heal myself. For starters, I learned the various causes for headaches and took steps to eliminate […]

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In your power

17th October 2011 | 0 Comments
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This message goes out to all you workaholics and Type A personalities. Sure you can multitask. Sure you can handle the details. Sure you can do ‘it’ in record time. However, what will the cost be, and will it be worth it in the end? The cost: physical stress; emotional stress; and family stress. Surely, […]

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Get the details

11th September 2011 | 0 Comments
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Imagine the possibilities of not getting the information before making judgement. Think. Ask. Relax. Laugh. Here’s a Youtube for you. (www.youtube.com/watch?v=5wPJLK0P0uo)

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You snooze you loose

1st September 2011 | 0 Comments
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This morning I hit the snooze button and slept an extra and unexpected 30 minutes instead of 15. I did not feel the effects of the extra half an hour. In fact, while I was sleeping I was sure I was conscious of the time – which means I wasn’t really resting. Imagine my surprise […]

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Keep polishing

24th August 2011 | 0 Comments
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The creation of diamonds is a very fascinating process. They originate from deep within the earth and are made from a combination of crushed carbon and extremely high temperatures. They rise to the surface via molten volcanic rock. I find this analogous to our growth and development during difficult times. If you can remember learning […]

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Mental Health Day

20th July 2011 | 0 Comments
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Although this post is not about anxiety disorders, I thought I would say something about it since it affects almost 40 million adults in the U.S. Having occasional feelings of anxiety is normal, however if it is persistent and overwhelming, it may be a more serious issue. You should, therefore, seek help. Prevention is the […]

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The Power of a Smile

15th March 2011 | 5 Comments
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Here is todays “Kinyofu’s Thought of The Day“: Don’t underestimate the power of a smile. It can lift your spirits, and the spirits of someone else. It can put someone at ease, and prevent an arguement. It can also soften your face and invite pleasantries. Quiet as it is kept, it is even an instrument […]

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