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  • Writer's pictureSusie Csorsz Brown

Wellness Newsletter #228

You don't always have to be doing something. You can just be, and that's plenty.” ~Alice Walker

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Happy Monday! As we march towards Halloween, ever think about some of the every-day things that are kind of creepy? Like mirrors?

New recipe: I'm biased; I love bread. All kinds. This loaf, though, is easy AND outstandingly tasty. And whole grain! Win!

There is that point, isn't it, where you realize that you do, you are, you have enough. And that's a good feeling.

Wellness News Around the 'Net

Physical Health Eat Well I know, I know, that burger tastes good. But it isn't that good for you or your health. Be Active Turns out, your brain 'on exercise' is in much better shape than you'd imagine, especially if you have concerns of progressive diseases like Alzheimer's. Let's move! 5 groups of exercises, 4 exercises per group. You'll do each exercise for 45 seconds and then you'll repeat the moves one more time back-to-back for 20 seconds each before moving on to the next group. Start your music! Spiritual Health Negative self-talk can set you on a downward spiral of self-contempt and loathing. Instead, refocus, using a positive and growth mindset for your self-talk, and help yourself grow. Mental & Emotional Health Trauma is a fairly general term, and it can follow all sorts of different events. How we respond to trauma and to the symptoms that may start to exhibit is an important part of processing the event. Social Health Burnout is very real. How can you help your partner cope AND move past it? Be your best, friends


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