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Hitting Your ‘Pandemic Wall’? You’re Certainly Not Alone—Here Are 11 Tips to Deal from Experts

Almost a year into the pandemic, the end is sort of in sight as vaccines slowly start to roll out. We should be relieved, but what many of us are feeling instead is something more akin to burnout. As Tanzina Vega, host of the... Continue Reading →

The Enduring Power of a Real Hug by Nat Damon

My sister Lin never really liked giving or receiving hugs.  I used to make a game out of it, actually.  I’d greet her with, “give me a hug!”  She’d then offer up one of those half-hugs… a hug where one... Continue Reading →

Covid Before and After

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Covid Before and After

What changed during COVID?

Some Life Lessons worth reviewing!

Life lessons are full of wisdom because they often have to be learned the hard way. However, the hardest part about that process is realizing that sometimes not every opportunity lasts forever. You finally “get it” long after the fact.... Continue Reading →

Does Hand Sanitizer Weaken Your Immune System? A Doctor Weighs In

Does Hand Sanitizer Weaken Your Immune System? A Doctor Weighs In   This rumor pops up a lot. There are theories that have circulated amid the novel coronavirus pandemic that using hand sanitizer too often can disrupt your immune system.... Continue Reading →

What Is Aphantasia?

#Health Aphantasia: When Your Mind's Eye Is Blank roughly 2 to 3 percent of the population who experiences aphantasia. #Aphantasia   What Is Aphantasia?   The term "aphantasia" comes from the Greek words a, which means “without,” and phantasia, meaning... Continue Reading →

When we Feel Connected we are Kind |Yoga Meditation Yin practice recommended

Through the connection concept, we discover ourselves. I have discovered that we can create a bond within ourselves. Tools are simple. Pause Breath  Notice  Feel  Sensations Emotions  Breath  Be Still  Our feelings of connection don’t just make us feel good;... Continue Reading →

The lost summer

  In the beginning, we thought we would just miss out on a few weeks of spring. Now it’s becoming clear that a large chunk — if not all — of summer will also be lost to the coronavirus pandemic.... Continue Reading →

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