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  • Writer's pictureSusie Csorsz Brown

Wellness Newsletter #239

Keep going even though it is taking longer than expected.

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Happy Monday! Link for today begins with a question: if someone were to ask you which is stronger, an ant or an elephant, the answer seems pretty obvious, right? Or does it...

New recipe: chickpeas made even better by doing less and harnessing the magic of time.

Continuing on our journey towards a kinder and more compassionate inner voice, a great exercise towards greater self-awareness.

Wellness News Around the 'Net

Physical Health Eat Well Ignore the advertisements on the side; this is sound info on your poop (!!) and what about it you should pay attention to. Be Active Combining movement, fresh air, time in nature PLUS poor digital signal = a great hike. Sign me up!

Let's move! A timer that combines cardio intervals with targeted training intervals. You’ll need a medium weight for the first two training intervals and a small band for the 3rd training move. Otherwise clear some space, and start your music! Spiritual Health Coloring for adults? And it's good for your stress levels and mood? Indeed. Mental & Emotional Health Woohoo, you worked out! Here is why that is so good for your mental well-being, your immune system and your whole body. Social Health I know, normally I am giving you links and suggestions about creating those social connections. Sometimes, though, you need to instead, end a connection because it (or the person on the other side of it, to be more accurate) is no longer a source of positive energy for you. And it will be hard and awful, but better for you, in the end. Be your best, friends


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