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Mental Health and the Holidays

POSTED December 11th, 2019

This holiday season, let’s talk about mental health. Along with gifts, celebration and cheer comes something else that we all tend to feel: stress. Instructor and Workplace Mental Health Trainer, Darren Aschacher, shares helpful tips to practice putting our mental health first.

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How to Form Healthy Habits that Stick

POSTED September 4th, 2019

As a Registered Nutritionist it is my job to help people form healthy habits. Sure, there is a bit of nutrition information that is usually exchanged, but for the most part, it is figuring out the how when it comes to changing the way we think and behave to reach our goals!

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10 Ways to Get the Most Out of Your Wedding Flowers

POSTED February 26th, 2019

I love weddings; I think they are a beautiful celebration of love and I also love a good party – seeing how all the details come together and watching people have a good time is such a satisfying feeling! That being said, planning any event can be filled with challenges, and a wedding is no exception! Here are my top ten tips for how to choose a florist and pick out your wedding flowers while staying on budget…

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6 Makeup Tips for an Instagram-Worthy Date Night

POSTED February 11th, 2019

It’s date night and you’ve picked out an outfit and you’ve styled your hair… but now you’re stressed about what to do for your makeup. There are so many beautiful looks you’ve seen on youtube and Instagram and you have all the products they recommend. The only problem is you never seem to get it “right”…

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Cooking for Two

POSTED January 25th, 2019

Cooking for two can be a challenge, but Sally Vaughan-Johnston (contributor to The Best of Bridge series) has ideas and recipes that take your weeknight meals from sad to satisfying.

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