Having Joy & Being Happy: What is the difference? Do you ever find yourself stuck in traffic and tired of the same old playlist? Podcasts are a great way to switch things up, especially if you have a long commute. Recently, my family and I traveled out to the Mid-West to visit family. On the way […]
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Entries by Rose Skeeters, LPC, PN2
As a young child, I remember experiencing the magic of the holiday season. Sure, there were disagreements and stressful situations that I watched my family wade through year after year, though I don’t remember those times as clearly as I do the happy moments. I remember great food, fun, and spending time with loved ones. […]
3 Key Steps to Connect with Family (especially during the holidays) In order to connect more deeply with family over the holidays, it’s important to figure out how to respect them as people in the world. After all, everyone is trying to do the best they can with what they have, right? My Italian family […]
LJ’s GRR-nola NUTRIENT-DENSE NOURISHMENT FOR THE MIND & BODY I believe that food is meant to nourish our bodies and that what we put in our bodies is key to our overall mental and physical health. So often we eat out of convenience and impulse, though we forget that we have been given one body […]
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