Physical Wellness
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Physical Wellness 

Physical wellness, is it just exercise? No, there's more to it. It’s an overall package of keeping active, making sure to get sufficient sleep and maintaining healthy eating habits. A weak(er) physical wellness can affect all areas of our overall well-being. But keeping this physical wellness balanced isn’t always easy and it takes effort; too… Continue reading Physical Wellness 

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5 quick fixes to feel At Ease this Christmas Season

Christmas Season, woohoo, it’s finally here! I, especially, love the start of this season. The excitement, the decoration, the baking and Christmas music. In our household, it all kicks off on Dec 1st. It's all so nice and joyful. But let’s be honest, this special season, as joyful and merry as we (want to) make… Continue reading 5 quick fixes to feel At Ease this Christmas Season

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Dear You – a poem

I am not really a poem person but during the Mindfulness Course and as I continue with it I do come across some that speak to me. Below I like to share another one as a reminder to slow down now and then! Take your cup of tea, coffee or your glass of wine or… Continue reading Dear You – a poem

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Enjoy your cuppa…

"There is more to life than simply increasing its speed." ~Mahatma Ghandi~   And yet we reached a time where most things seem to be about speed. Everything needs to go faster, quicker. The joy of the journey is often left behind. Even when it comes to a cup of coffee. Something a lot of… Continue reading Enjoy your cuppa…

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Food for Thought

When was the last time you took time to let your mind wander. When was the last time you really allowed yourself to let some (new) thoughts / ideas drift through your mind? Food for Thought is not for healthy eating habits, it is for healthy habits in general. It is to allow ourself to digest an… Continue reading Food for Thought