Omicron Variant – The Good, Bad, and Ugly

We know very little about the Omicron variant, B.1.1.529. But we’re starting to learn some things, and by the end of this video, you learn the good, the bad, and the ugly when it comes to this virus. With Omicron, there is a fine line between overreacting and being too carefree. Because it’s still so…

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HOMEMADE DOG FOOD | healthy dog food recipe

This is a great, well-rounded beginner recipe that is easy to make and can easily be scaled up and stored in the freezer. I really enjoy making fresh food for Charlie and hope to share more recipes soon! Do you cook for your pets? I would love to hear from you in the comments below!…

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13 Stress Management Techniques

1) The best way to cope with unhealthy stress is to recognize when your stress levels are increasing. While we often think of stress as the result of external events, the events themselves are not necessarily stressful. It is the way each individual interprets and reacts to an event that produces stress. For example, public…

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Tips for Managing Stress

Stressors can include health matters, work, money, family issues, racism or gender inequality, and regular daily hassles. With unrelenting or too many stressors, your body might be on a constant state of high alert, leading to poor concentration, bad moods, professional burnout, and mental and physical health problems. When stress becomes chronic, the body cannot…

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Managing Stress Through Mindfulness: A Resiliency Tool

After several years of successfully training city employees in reducing their own stress, Vogt and Kahn are now turning to training city workers how to teach such workshops. As part of the San Francisco Public Library’s ongoing training program to keep staff current with technology and skill updates, Reichert and Ann Dorman, manager of the…

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Yoga for Stress & Anxiety Relief – Therapeutic Yoga

Therapeutic yoga focuses on gentle yoga or modification poses with breathing techniques. Trudy is not only a friend and mentor, but she is also from Canada! So if you are a Canadian viewer, make sure to give her a shout-out in the comments. And Canadian or not, make sure you visit her website! Trudy’s website…

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Vagus Nerve: Breathing for Relaxation

You have the right to relax. We often feel there are so many things that need doing during the day that we don’t stop, not even for a moment until our head hits the pillow. Then we’re up and at it the next day. In this video, Jill gives you permission to turn on your…

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