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Your Mind Matters

[ad_1] Your Mind Matters Studies are predicting that by 2030 depression will be the #1 sickness that is effecting are health. More than cancer, heart disease, or diabetes. The numbers are staggering. As overwhelming as this can feel, I believe that this is a call for help to the wellness …

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Creativity & Development With Iris Visual

[ad_1] Art pencils, scrap paper, and boxes full of sketched out characters are common items you will see spread across the floors, tables, and walls of our home.I’m currently raising 3 children who are passionately creative and have fallen in love with art. As a mom, I tend to pick …

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Making Space To Dream~~*

[ad_1] As much as I loved our slow summer mornings complete with sleeping in, no schedules, and PJ’s for hours…fall has arrived and with it comes schedules, alarm clocks and clothes on before 8:30 am. Scheduling is not one of my greatest strengths, but I’ve learned that a little pre-planning …

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Seeing Clearly

[ad_1] I’ve worn glasses on and off for a couple of years…and by on and off I mean that I go through seasons of straining my eyes, getting headaches and frustration when I don’t wear my glasses. A couple months back I decided to make an appointment to have my …

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Life and Colour

[ad_1] When I started having kids (almost 8 years go gasp) I was determined to not lose my love for fashion. I’ve always had a love for it, and love to push the envelope when it comes to my own fashion But then kids happened. Work happens. And you find …

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In Goop Health

[ad_1] It’s 8:30 am and we are welcomed at the media tent with Mala beads, which based on their color, instructed us what group we will be in for the very first Goop Summit in Vancouver, BC Canada! Our morning begins with an amazing cold pressed juice from Glory Juice …

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The Soup Exchange

[ad_1] One of the things I love most about the holidays is enjoying delicious food with friends and family. In the past I would always host events like cookie exchanges, wine and cheese nights, or some other variation of a sweet treat party. But this year with so many events, …

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