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Hiking in Halifax: Bayers Lake Mystery Walls

After being cooped up for much of the winter, as soon as the weather starts to improve I get eager to do things like get out in my yard, sit on the back deck, and go hiking in Halifax and the surrounding area. Yes, I know there are plenty of things you can do in the winter and I’m not exactly a full-on hermit, but I do prefer to be outside when it’s NOT cold…

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How To Deal With Anxiety At Work

It doesn’t matter what you do in your daily job. Whether you love it or not, at some point your job can cause you stress. Anxiety at work can make the 9-5 (or whatever your hours are) even harder than it already is. Here are some of the things I do in order to lower my work-related anxiety issues. 1. Get some sleep. I know, it’s easier said than done sometimes. Insomnia can be difficult…

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Holiday Gift Guide for the Stressed Out Person in your life

Once upon a time I was a child of the 80s and I had no idea what stress was. I went to school, came home, played with Barbies in my room or GI Joe figures outside with the boy up the street, and spent my weekend and summers out on my bike. There was no stress. Perhaps you grew up like this too. Then we grew up and found jobs, got our own apartments or…

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Meditation for menstrual cramps

Sorry gentlemen, while meditation can benefit anyone and everyone, this one is geared towards the ladies! (Although if you’re a man who has a woman in his life who deals with this issue, you might want to pass this post along to help them out!) Once a month, pretty much like clockwork, I find myself clenching my jaw and trying not to let the entire world know that I am currently dealing with painful PMS…

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