Winter Wellness Guide

Thought of the day

Feb 13 Life is messy. Family, relationships, death, illness, children, spouses, and love. I often think of Siddhartha sitting by the river, knowing the intricacies of life all flow together to make the music of the universe. When we struggle, we wonder why. As you get older, you understand the big picture. Yet, it still

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How Planning Ahead can Help Seasonal Affective Disorder

Full of energy in the summer but a sloth once winter comes? Plan ahead to set yourself up for a better winter.   Self-care is super important for managing Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). If you deal with SAD, you’re likely fatigued and feeling low in the winter. Plan ahead to make life a little easier

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Hygge to Beat the Winter Blues

It’s winter and your body is telling you to slow down and get cozy. Adopting the concept of hygge can help. In the Tao of Pooh, author Benjamin Hoff encourages us all to be more like Winnie the Pooh by following a path that “evolves from an inner sensitivity to the natural rhythm of things.”

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Beat the Winter Blues: Do Winter Your Way

What do you do all winter when you don’t like to ski or build a snowman? Beat the winter blues with activities that make you happy. I recently realized that the only way to survive winter is to do it my way.  As a summer goddess, I love to be around friends and family and

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Seasonal Affective Disorder

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is an effective treatment for seasonal affective disorder (SAD). Take a positive step for your health and find a good therapist to work with. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a talk-therapy. It’s based on the concept that your perception of a situation has more of an effect on you than the

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Meditation and Exercise for Seasonal Affective Disorder

Inner power starts with a clear mind. It’s only with a clear mind that you can tap into your power and find both mental and physical strength to beat seasonal depression. Exercise and breathing help you release stress and anxiety so that you can move about the world with a clear and calm mind. Stretching

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