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Friday Faves 12.1 and Arkansas fun

Hello friends! Happy Friday! How was the week? I hope you had a great time. Ours passed quickly: we spent part of the time in Arkansas and then flew back home to Tucson. We had a wonderful time with family and enjoyed many fun adventures. Some highlights: The alligator farm

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Why Mind-Body Exercises Are Medicine For Aging Populations

For this study, researchers wanted to evaluate the impact that mind-body exercise could have on older people suffering from osteoporosis. Since mind-body movement can improve flexibility, balance and reduce pain, the study authors say, they theorized that it could be a good intervention for patients with osteoporosis.

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15 festive holiday party outfits

I’m sharing a roundup of cute and festive outfits for this season’s holiday parties. Hello friends! How are you? I hope you’re enjoying the morning! We are back in the swing of things after our trip and looking forward to upcoming events, festivities and trips. What are you waiting for

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Eating A Mediterranean Diet May Reduce Chronic Pain, Study Finds

Life with chronic pain can seem desperate and debilitating. And while no two grief experiences are the same, there are some practices that have helped many people feel like themselves again. Practicing gentle movements, relieving tension on the adrenal glands by reducing stress, and taking specific supplements for pain relief

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Friday Faves 11.17 – The Fitnessista

Hello friends! Happy Friday! How are you? I hope you enjoyed the week. I feel like it was our first *real* week back in the world. I started returning to training, the girls went back to school and we were able to celebrate my birthday with the family. I just

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Understanding Mixed Emotions + What To Do When You Have Them

Perpetua Neo, DClinPsy, is a psychologist and executive coach and currently lives in Singapore. She received her doctorate in clinical psychology from University College London and his master’s degree in philosophy University of Cambridge. his first book This is what matters was published by Simon & Schuster in May 2022

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