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  • 5 Ways to Enjoy the Rain in April

    Stephanie Tuba

    Posted on April 08 2019

    5 Ways to Enjoy the Rain in April
    Is the rain bringing you down this spring? If the expression, "April showers, brings May flowers," isn't helping, consider these 5 ways you can enjoy the rain this April. Put on your rain boots and weather-proof jackets, everyone, and get ready to splash in a puddle or two.
  • Three Easy Things Anyone Can Do to Improve their Mental Health

    Stephanie Tuba

    Posted on April 01 2019

    Three Easy Things Anyone Can Do to Improve their Mental Health

    Our bodies may be the vehicle that carries us from point A to point B, but our minds are our engines. It doesn’t matter how shiny and expensive a car looks on the outside, it will not run if the engine is broken, and that goes for our minds, too. In order for us to truly thrive, our minds, along with our body, have to operate in harmony. While there is no foolproof path to achieving optimal mental health,  the good news is that there are small things, if done in conjunction, that anyone can do to improve their overall wellbeing.

  • 5 Things You Can do During a Digital Detox

    Stephanie Tuba

    Posted on January 02 2019

    5 Things You Can do During a Digital Detox
    Whether or not you can devote an entire year to ditching your smartphone, there is a lot to be said for putting down your digital device. We could all use a break from technology, so if you've decided to cut back or cut out your smartphone completely in 2019, here are a few things you can consider doing while you take a break from technology.
  • 3 Ways to Take Care of Yourself this Fall

    Stephanie Tuba

    Posted on October 24 2018

    The shift in seasons to fall and winter can be difficult, and it’s important to take good care of yourself both physically and emotionally. This is especially important if you are one of the millions of individuals who suffer from seasonal affective disorder (or SAD). Obviously if you feel you are seriously struggling with mental health issues it’s important to contact a professional, but individual self-care is also a big part of taking care of yourself. Here are a few of our fall habits for those with (and without) SAD.

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