Spring Cleaning for Your Mental Health

Spring is in the air, and with it comes a new sense of hope and renewal. It’s been a tough winter, and many of us have been feeling the effects of the year of the pandemic. As we shed the winter blues and head into what is hopefully the end stages of COVID-19, this time of transition is an […]

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A Message From Our CEO, Kiara Kuenzler, on the Importance of Connectedness

Social connectedness is what we all need. Belonging is what we are all responsible for. One year ago this month, I wrote an article about the importance of social connectedness and my worry that this very basic need would be jeopardized by the pandemic and social distancing requirements. Looking back, I truly had no idea […]

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Tips to Practice Mindful Eating

Eating serves many purposes, from supplying our bodies with nutrients to simply being a comfort tool. The ongoing global pandemic continues to disrupt everyday life, causing daily stressors which can lead to emotional eating. It is more important than ever to be mindful of our actions, and mindful eating is just one way to remain present and […]

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Making Mental Health a Priority

These unprecedented times have affected us all in different ways, and it’s normal to feel upset, burnt out, anxious, or a variety of other feelings of stress. With so much going on in the world around us, it is easy for our own needs to fall last. Whether it is physical reactions like a tight […]

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The 5 Dimensions of Wellness

The term ‘wellness’ can mean a variety of different things to different people. For some, wellness manifests itself through physical activity like sports or exercise. For others, it may take a more internalized form through spirituality or mentality. Regardless of what wellness means to you, there are ways you can practice healthy habits daily to […]

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7 Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day at Home

This February, Valentine’s Day is going to look a little different thanks to social distancing and other guidelines intended to stop the spread of the coronavirus. Just because you can’t go out for a romantic meal and a movie,  doesn’t mean you can’t still have a blast celebrating the day of love! Whether you live […]

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Healthy Heart, Healthy Mind: Understanding the Connection Between Mental Health and Your Body

The mind and the body are often more connected than people might realize. They are able to impact one another in both positive and negative ways depending on a variety of factors. This February for American Heart Month, we’re exploring the mind-body connection and providing you with practical tips to have a healthy heart and […]

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How to Say ‘No’

It can be tempting to say yes to things you just don’t want to do. While we are all eager to see our friends and family again, we know that attending social gatherings isn’t the best idea. Saying no isn’t always easy, but it is often necessary, especially now when setting boundaries and observing social-distancing […]

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How to Have a Mentality of Mindfulness

Mindfulness is known as the psychological state of awareness, the practices that promote awareness, and a mode of processing information. In simpler terms, mindfulness is about being fully present and aware of our surroundings in the current moment. It means having a moment-to-moment awareness of your experiences without judgment. Right now, it is easy to […]

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Healthy Ways to Take on New Year’s Resolutions

The past year was a difficult one for everyone and 2020 left many people feeling ready for a change. With 2021 fresh in our minds and on our calendars, some might be turning to New Year’s resolutions as a way to facilitate a positive lifestyle difference. However, if you’ve attempted a resolution in the past, […]

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