We’re so grateful to partner Tim Hortons, and our friends at United Way Regina and the Canadian Mental Health Association, Regina- to support vulnerable children, youth, and families with the proceeds from the Smile Cookie Campaign.
Practicing self-care sets a good example for your children. If you want your children to sleep well, eat well, take care of themselves, and thrive, they need to see their mom doing these things, too.
During the day, your brain is hard at work making sure you walk, talk, blink, chew, listen, and observe the world around you. This leaves little time to process thoughts and emotions. At night, your body is at rest, leaving your mind to sort through all the memories of the day.
Self-care is an essential part of wellness. From self-hugs to meditation to decluttering, Practicing Self-Care during Covid-19 with our Practicing Self-Care activity book will provide you with relaxation exercises to help you focus on your own personal needs in an enjoyable way.
Since stress is an inevitable part of life, how can you protect your health? Here are 13 things you can do today to relieve stress. These 13 shorter exercises allow you to relax and/or release tension quickly in a variety of different settings.
You can conquer your negative thoughts and destructive self-talk today by challenging yourself with these questions every time you catch yourself thinking something negative.
The benefits of hugging range from better heart health to an increased ability to cope with pain, stress, low mood, and disease.
Researchers say that those who bathe for at least 10 minutes immediately decrease their fatigue, stress, and pain, plus they smiled more and saw improvements in their overall health and skin.
Pets come with some pretty powerful mental health benefits. Here’s how caring for animals can help you cope with depression, anxiety, and stress.
Having a creative hobby, like painting, keeps your mind strong and may improve your overall quality of life.
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