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Tips for Battling Burnout at Work: Advice from Mental Health Professionals

Balancing work, family, community involvement and social obligations can sometimes make you feel like there’s no time left for you. Addressing this feeling of burnout was the topic of a recent lunch and learn put on by PR Connect, an…

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6 Easy Ways to Get Started with Self-Improvement

How does attitude impact well-being? Think of the phrase “actions speak louder than words.” Small yet positive actions can make a big difference. When it comes to taking control of self-improvement, the same concept applies. There are small things we can…

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Tips for Getting Started with a Morning Routine

Mornings are not easy, especially if you have to wake up early, but as the saying goes, “the early bird catches the worm.” In fact, some of the world’s most successful entrepreneurs including Mark Zuckerberg, Simon Cowell and Tory Burch start each day…

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Cautious Joy: My Journey Through Pregnancy After Miscarriage

With my first baby, everything about pregnancy felt easy. My husband and I decided we wanted to start a family and just like that, we were looking at two pink lines on a pregnancy test. I was sick exactly one…

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No More Body Shaming: 5 Ways to Love Yourself and Others

Do you ever look in the mirror and focus on the parts of your body you hate? Or flip through the pages of a magazine and judge celebrities who look like they’ve let themselves go? If so, you’ve taken part…

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Get Grateful: Why Gratitude Journals Can Make You Happier in 2015

If you can’t dream up a New Year’s resolution that you think will stick, why not start with something small: a gratitude journal. What is a gratitude journal, you ask? Simply put, it’s a way to keep track of what you’re…

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The Secret to Making Light Therapy Work for You

For the half million Americans who are affected by seasonal affective disorder, or SAD, the first step to feel better is often to try light therapy. It makes sense: The disorder, which can result in feelings of depression, is caused…

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The Cure for Those End-of-Holidays Blues

When the frivolity and merrymaking of the holiday season come to an end, the short days and months of winter stretching ahead of you can easily dampen your once-joyous mood. Seasonal Affective Disorder, a type of recurrent depression linked to…

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Stress No More: Four Easy Ways to Simplify the Season

There are four weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas this year, and in those 28 days you need to find gifts for everyone in your extended family, perfect your pie crust before the holiday party you’re throwing, mail cards with thoughtful…

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