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When counting sheep just doesn’t work…

Maybe you’ve been up late, burning the midnight oil, trying to finish that last proposal… or client project… or email… Maybe the next day you found yourself nodding off while at your kid’s soccer game… or in a meeting… or while watching a movie… or most dangerously, while driving your car… Maybe this isn’t an occasional occurrence, but it goes…

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It’s the little things that count

I remember learning a new language when I was in school. I remember being completely overwhelmed on that first day of Spanish class.  I couldn’t believe I was expected to listen to, comprehend, and respond in another language. That seemed like a tall order considering I knew exactly one Spanish word at the time: hola. But somehow that teacher was…

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Women’s Locker Room Construction

On March 12, 2018 at 7:00 am construction will begin in the women’s locker room to replace and improve the showers.  The contractors will work as fast as possible to restore the use of the showers however they will not be able to be used until further notice. During the demolition, men will be removing debris from the shower area…

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It’s pretty sneaky. Here’s how to protect yourself

I want to tell you a riddle today, about DHMO. It causes death if you accidentally inhale it, even in small quantities. Prolonged exposure to solid DHMO causes severe tissue damage. It’s a major component of acid rain. In a gas form, it can cause severe burns. It contributes to soil erosion… It’s sometimes called Dihydrogen Monoxide. But it’s also…

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Meal planning made easy – for the busy person

Let’s make eating well – for you and your family – as easy as possible. Simplify, simplify… You probably already know the best things to do in order to make eating right as easy as possible: Shop on the edges of the grocery store, where all the one-ingredient foods are (not the center aisles with the pre-packaged, ingredients-you-can-hardly-pronounce foods) Eat…

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The ugly truth about health and fitness

Feeling guilty about “sneaking” some “forbidden” foods… Exercising as a way to “make up for” all those calories you ate (or as punishment)… Binge eating because “I’ve already messed up so much today, what’s a little more?”… This is what happens when you look at food not as food but as either a friend or a foe. Too often, food…

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