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Healthy You | Mental Health

Maintain your New Year’s Resolutions by Using Failure to Reframe for Success!

If you set yourself lofty resolutions this year, there’s a good chance you’re starting to struggle with maintaining them. With most resolutions being dropped within eight weeks, the odds of failing are high. This year, we want to share the benefits of failure and how making mistakes can help us t...

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Healthy You | Mental Health

Your Sleep Habits are a Key Part of Your Overall Health, Here’s How!

Are you tossing and turning or waking up groggy? Our sleep profoundly affects our ability to manage stress, stay healthy, and feel productive. This January, resolving to sleep better might be at the heart of your other resolutions; exercise, healthy eating, and less drinking are all ways to sleep...

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Healthy You | Mental Health

The Surprising Health Benefits of a Saskatchewan Winter!

Do you feel the winter is best viewed from the inside? Well, it’s time to pull yourself from your hygge hiding spot, put down the fleece blankets, and reap the benefits of living in chilly Saskatchewan! Your body derives several benefits from cold weather, and in this blog, we will talk about the...

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Healthy You

Support Your New Year Goals: Nourishing a Healthy Digestive System

Have you jumped into extreme health mode on the first of January, only to fall back from your new diet a few weeks later? For many of us, the New Year is the time to get our goals in order and begin with a fresh face. However, the most successful resolutions are always made in slow and decisive s...

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Healthy You | Trusted Sources

Understanding How You Build Habits & Make Resolutions Successful

Are you making any resolutions this New Year’s? Every year we are encouraged to make positive changes in our life, and every year 80% of all those resolutions fail within the first six weeks. It’s an uninspiring statistic –– we know. However, what if our inability to stick to our big January goal...

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Healthy You | Trusted Sources | Mental Health | Health Literacy

Winter in Saskatchewan: Tips to Manage Seasonal Mood Changes

For us in Saskatchewan, December is a time when sunlight is its briefest and temperatures are at their coldest. Winter can be a recipe for a host of feelings, such as sadness, irritability, and apathy; if you feel a seasonal shift in your mood over the winter, you are not alone. Winter in Saskatc...

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