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Fake It 'Til You Make It

Along with the change your mind theme, sometimes you just don’t feel on/right/happy/up/positive/etc. That’s okay! It’s actually normal.

What do you do when you’re having an “off” day? 252 more words

Sauna for heart health

We’ve got some great news for you regarding keeping your heart healthy with the regular use of a sauna. A recently released report from the Journal of American Medical Association (JAMA)* cites an astounding Finnish study on “the effect of repeated sauna use on the cardiovascular system.” The study focused on 2, 315 men (middle-aged) throughout a 21-year period of time. 479 more words

Health & Wellness

Frank's Dirty Little Secret: Creating a zen relaxation room

Frank describes how you can create  a relaxation space. Listeners share how they handle stress by putting their phones out of reach.

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Frank Fontana

National Multiple Births Awareness Day .. known in our house as THESE KIDS ARE DRIVING ME CRAZY

Tomorrow is National Multiple Births Awareness Day in Canada (held on the Dionne Quintuplets birthday) and this year the focus is on Twin to Twin Transfusion Syndrom (TTTS) which “is a complication of disproportionate blood supply, resulting in high morbidity and mortality. 748 more words

Twins

7 Routines to Help Tame Chaos

Most afternoons when 5 o’clock comes, I don’t know what to do next. Do I start on dinner, vacuum the living room, check on my kids, or check e-mail? 660 more words

Real Life

Lean, Mean, Stress Machine: Part One

Ahh Stress – the fraternal twin sister of Silent D. They look slightly different, but come from the same place. You can’t have one without the other – no matter which one hits you first, you know the other isn’t too far behind. 2,161 more words

Hiatus Hernia

4 Vital Tips on How to Positively Embrace Your Over-Thinking Habits

I am a full-time, around the clock, worrier. Whether I’m scared I left the curling iron on (again) or handed in the best paper possible, second guessing comes much too easily for me. 687 more words