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  • Writer's pictureSusie Csorsz Brown

Wellness Newsletter #230

“If you retain nothing else, always remember the most important rule of beauty, which is: who cares?” ~ Tina Fey

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Happy Monday! The argument for and against eating meat fly around the room, with points for each side of the argument. Fact of the matter: eating less meat is better for the environment. Is it better for your health? Hm, maybe. It is definitely better for your wallet.

New recipe: Savory granola that you will want to sprinkle on everything, but ESPECIALLY with this creamy tahini + roasted veg.

It's November, and that is a perfect time to focus on gratitude and giving thanks. Not sure how to go about it?

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Physical Health Eat Well Need energy? Let’s eat the right thing, and you’ll have all sorts of energy! Be Active A few good-to-know truths you should know about fitness. Let's move! This timer starts off with three moves, then next rounds adds one more, then another, and then you go back down to the first three moves. Sort of a fast-paced ladder workout. Hope you like it! Start your music! Spiritual Health What a great exercise to practice looking forward and identify your goals. Mental & Emotional Health If you're struggling, it isn't because you're doing something wrong. Life is tough. Lean into your emotions. You're human. Social Health There are many ways to manipulate a social situation. Are you guilty of gaslighting? Be your best, friends


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