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  • 6 WAYS TO CREATE POSITIVE BOUNDARIES WHILE YOU WORK FROM HOME

    6 WAYS TO CREATE POSITIVE BOUNDARIES WHILE YOU WORK FROM HOME

    Setting Boundaries With Yourself While Working From Home  Take a 15 minute nap, but in your car.    Imaged Sourced Via upsplash.com   Remote working, or working from home is challenging. Even if your work was already based online, now it's purely done from within the walls of your home. There's no coffee shops, no internet cafes (are those even a thing nowadays?) And there's definitely no more Co-Working spaces like WeWork and NeueHouse. I hope they refunded you your membership because it looks like we're going to be working from home for a while to come. Today's post is all about those...

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  • YOUR BROODING TEEN MIGHT NEED A STRICTER SCHEDULE DURING QUARANTINE

    YOUR BROODING TEEN MIGHT NEED A STRICTER SCHEDULE DURING QUARANTINE

    Think to yourself about what it meant to be a teenager. Prom, homecoming, your french classes trip to Paris, your senior year of basketball; priceless moments you can’t recreate in your adult life, even if you’ve embarrassingly tried. Photo sourced via Upsplash.com Now imagine your teenage-self losing the opportunity to experience all of that... This is how the brooding teen of your house is feeling right now: anxious, confused, robbed of the most crucial moments of their childhood- then, as their parents, you're pulled into the situation of trying to figure out how to soothe their restless spirit and energize them with positivity,...

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  • COULD MEDITATION APPS CURE MEDIA OVERLOAD? WE SAY MAYBE

    COULD MEDITATION APPS CURE MEDIA OVERLOAD? WE SAY MAYBE

    Think of downloading a meditation application, as an opportunity to do some good for your brain as well as your immune system. Covid-19, fear mongering, and media overload is a very real situation. Our situation could come with some possible unanticipated end results.
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  • EVERYONE’S HOME FOR DINNER: HOW TO HAVE MORE THAN TABLE TALK

    EVERYONE’S HOME FOR DINNER: HOW TO HAVE MORE THAN TABLE TALK

    The power of good conversation is that it can help release not only built up stress; but tension and anxiety, too. So today we’re going to give you a guide to taking dinner conversations beyond just table talk.   Image sourced from Upsplash.com    Table talk: defined as an informal conversation at or as if at a dining room table. Also known as backchat, a gab-fest, tête-à-tête, patter, a schmooze, confabulation, chin-wag, chin music, gossip, jangle, and small talk.   We thank you England, for such a wholesome vocabulary— call it what you must, but table talk is probably limping across...

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  • RESTORING GUT HEALTH AFTER ANTIBIOTIC USE

    RESTORING GUT HEALTH AFTER ANTIBIOTIC USE

    The first antibiotic, Penicillin, was discovered in 1928 by a Scottish biologist named Sir Alexander Fleming while he was experimenting on influenza virus. He found that a common fungus, Penicillium notatum, can control the growth or kill certain kinds of bacteria. He named this newly discovered substance Penicillin, which successfully treated some deadly bacterial infections like syphilis, gangrene, and tuberculosis. These days, most antibiotics are synthetic though they are usually chemically related to natural antibiotics. Antibiotics are of great value because they combat infections, save millions of lives, and are not harmful to normal body cells. However, they have their...

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