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  • Writer's pictureSusie Csorsz Brown

Wellness Newsletter #242

“What day is it?” asked Pooh.

“It’s today,” squeaked Piglet.

“My favorite day,” said Pooh.

Let today be your favorite day.

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Happy Monday! You've probably seen this, or heard of it. These certainly aren't the same etiquette rules we abided by while growing up, but will hopefully lead to a good discussion with your kids!

Super yummy orange muffins that you don't have to mix up in the morning. You're welcome!

Third post about positive self care: give your body a much-needed Valentine.

Wellness News Around the 'Net

Physical Health Eat Well Should you eat organic foods? Well, maybe. Be Active It's important to know that your efforts for your physical wellness are making a positive difference. It's better, though, I know, when you can SEE the difference. Let's move! This timer focuses on abs and glutes. 8 exercises, 45 seconds on, 15 second off. I love this one. Tough but doable. Start your music! Spiritual Health What's your best hour? Hopefully you can identify it, and make the most of that energy to become more like water. Mental & Emotional Health Unfortunately, once the brain goes down a particular path, it can get into a spiral; this is especially distressing when this turns into a stress spiral. How to get out of that? Try a grounding technique. Bonus: the more often you practice these techniques, the better they will sit in your mental health toolbox.

Social Health It isn't 'I love you, I love you, I love you, I no longer love you.' Instead, the reason a relationship might fail could be the difference between having a difference of opinion, and a partner not hearing what we want. Be your best, friends


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