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    How to Fight the Winter Blues This Season


    Seasonal affective disorder, or SAD, is a type of depression that’s related to changes in the seasons. Symptoms usually start in the fall and continue into the winter months, leaving you feeling less energized and not like yourself. The specific cause of SAD is unknown but some disruption in your body’s internal clock and a decrease in your serotonin and melatonin levels may be factors.   If you start to feel the winter blues setting in, there’s a couple ways to help you … Read MoreHow to Fight the Winter Blues This Season

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    Finding your best exercise routine for the new year


    A new year brings excitement and enthusiasm to lose weight and become healthier. As many of us are getting ready to start new workout programs in 2020, this is a good time to reflect on the best workout routines.   With different exercises, facilities and activities out there, it’s important to consider which best fits your goals and needs. Just consider these simple tips when finding the best workouts for you:   Identify your goals. Are you looking to lose weight? Get toned … Read MoreFinding your best exercise routine for the new year

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    Get into the Giving Spirit: Volunteer!


    The holidays are a time of giving, receiving and visiting loved ones. Because it can be busy and stressful, it can be hard to make time for others in your community. But why not press the pause button on some holiday revelry and get into the holiday spirit by volunteering and helping those in need?    Spread some holiday cheer Many organizations need extra volunteers during this season to ensure everyone can have a happy holiday. If you’re unsure where to begin, just try … Read MoreGet into the Giving Spirit: Volunteer!

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