Tag Archives: Naturopathic

How to deal with Coronavirus cancel culture

It’s Friday the 13th, it’s windy, the streets are deserted, and people are self quarantining or ransacking grocery stores due to fear of an unknown mystery illness. Sounds like the start of scary movie eh? As a health practitioner, and … Continue reading

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Five Back to School Tips We Do For Our Kids That We Should Do Ourselves.

It’s that time again! It’s time to make lunches, pack snacks, and get back into the routine of taking your kids, or yourself, to school.  Reading the multitude of back to school advice for kids this week, I realized that … Continue reading

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What I learned this Olympics….

Like many people, I am a huge Olympics fan.  When I was a child, I use to make medals out of aluminum foil (and colour them in gold and bronze) and pretended to receive the same medals as my sport idols.  … Continue reading

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Summer Inspiration

June was a powerful month of self reflection and discovery.  It began with an ocean vacation (where you always discover hidden things about yourself on vacation) and ended with a retrospective weekend at the cottage.  Water is the perfect environment … Continue reading

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Self Care For Care Takers – Taking Care of Yourself So You Can Take Care of Others

The month of May is a time to reflect on and appreciate the care takers in our lives (whether they be our mothers, family, friends, or ourselves).  Care taking is an important and rewarding aspect of life. However, we are … Continue reading

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The Art of Letting GO

For the past week I have seen the phrase “letting go” to a ridiculous amount.  Perhaps the universe is sending me a message or it’s because I’m obsessed with the James Bay song (listen to it, it’s amazing).  Regardless, I’ve … Continue reading

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All Roads Lead Back To Childhood

A funny thing happened to me on the way to work today.  After going to work from doing a health talk, I missed the turn on the highway.  Instead, I ended up going to Chapters/Starbucks (because all missed exits lead to … Continue reading

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It’s Black Friday! Some splurge-less tips to decrease spending sprees

Walking through the mall yesterday, I was completely clueless to the fact that it was the “biggest shopping weekend of the year” (I was quickly made aware of it once I entered the mall though!).  I am quite impressed though … Continue reading

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Healthy Happy Tips for this Cold and Flu Season

Hand washing is the leading method to protect yourself from cold and flus. It decreases contraction of viruses and bacteria by as much as 80%. However, most people do not wash their hands properly which may make them susceptible to … Continue reading

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What to do with all that extra Halloween candy…..

It’s a couple of days after Halloween.  The costumes are stowed away, the glitter and face paint is finally coming off, and kids are slowly coming down from their weekend-long sugar high.  However, that mound of candy is everlasting, staring … Continue reading

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