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  • 5 simple steps to having more energy October 2, 2016

    So you can get stuff done and enjoy life! All the B vitamins or caffeine in the world is not going to make any difference if you’re running on empty. Here are 5 simple steps you can take to get more energy. Step 1 –  Become aware of how much energy you have.  Everyone starts each day with a set amount of energy. This amount can vary from person to person and from day to day. Make it a daily habit to check where your energy levels are at. Close your eyes and take a few seconds to feel where …

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  • Change your focus for more Energy

    What my grandmother and Pokémon GO taught me about overcoming fatigue When it comes to fatigue, there’s a balance between knowing when to rest and restore, and when to push through. Trust yourself and listen to your body. Or, just trick yourself, focus on something you enjoy, and see what happens. You might be surprised at what you can accomplish! When I visited my grandma in eastern Europe a few years ago, she taught me about the art of changing your focus. There was a lot of family drama going on at the time. She would distract me from it like a …

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  • get more energy How to get more energy – without caffeine September 5, 2016

    Have you ever wanted more energy during the day, and restful sleep at night? Or maybe you want to get over that 2-3 pm energy slump? Have you ever wanted to jump out of bed in the morning full of energy and ready to face the day? This article is for you! Here are 7 tips to increase your energy naturally – without caffeine. 1) Fuel yourself like the Ferrari you are Eating a properly balanced diet that’s tailored to your needs will allow you to fuel your body and set yourself up for success! Learn about eating for blood sugar balance here, …

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  • Diet weight loss 7 Weight Loss Tips August 1, 2016

    (that have nothing to do with counting calories or weighing your food) Weight loss can be a touchy subject. As women (and men) we’re bombarded with messages in the media about how we’re supposed to look, and what beauty is, however unrealistic they might be. Sometimes, when we shift our focus, we can achieve our goals in a healthier way. It’s my hope that this article can help you learn something new, and may help you look at weight loss in a different way. These tips are in no particular order. 1) Uncover Food sensitivities A food sensitivity is different from …

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  • St. John’s Wort, Not just for Depression June 21, 2016

    What it looks like; When it blooms St. John’s wort or Hypericum perforatum is a shrubby perenial that can grow up to 80 cm tall. It has bright yellow flowers with five petals, and oil glands on the underside of its petals and leaves. The oil is reddish-purple in colour. The aerial parts – leaves, stem and flowers – are used in herbal medicine. St. John’s Wort blooms in early to mid July. It’s harvested while it flowers or shortly before. If it is harvested later (eg. in the fall) higher amounts of resin can result in nerve sensitivity, and …

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