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Intolerance? BEECH Bach flower remedy to the rescue!

Intolerance? BEECH Bach flower remedy to the rescue!

“Almost everyone we know, at some point or the other, judges others by very narrow standards, and can become highly critical and even arrogant. Luckily, most of us do not remain “stuck” there in that negative mental state and can come down from the high pedestal we stand on and be “down to earth” once again.”

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Nature & Child Development Part 1

Nature & Child Development Part 1

“As a child, I felt as though the place where I most belonged was amongst nature. I felt drawn to it. When I was younger, I would constantly ask my parents to go to the local nature park and explore. I would be the happiest and most energetic when surrounded by trees, bushes, running water, and wild animals. I have always felt this passion inside me. And so, this got me wondering, are any scientific studies looking at the positive benefits of nature? I definitely feel re-energized after hiking up a mountain or running around a forest.”

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Nature & Child Development Part 2

Nature & Child Development Part 2

“On a personal note, being in the outdoors, especially as a child, filled me with so much energy and excitement. As soon as I would reach the park, I would climb trees, large boulders and playground equipment, run around, and explore nearby paths. I can understand how being surrounded by nature could encourage children to be active and adventure. It’s exciting to not know what is around the bend or beyond the trees.”

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Stress

Stress

“As we get back; to school, to work, and to a more regular day-to-day life, I would like to discuss something else that may be ‘back’ for some of us. And that’s stress. I will share a poem about how I envision and deal with it, and hopefully this will be helpful to whoever reads this.”

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Seasonal Depression

Seasonal Depression

“The leaves are changing, the scent of pumpkin-spice has started to fill the air, and it’s cold enough to comfortably curl up in a sweater. It’s official- it’s spooky season! While there are so many fantastic things that come with Fall, like discounted candy and the release of new horror movies, Fall also brings dread to those who deal with seasonal depression.”

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Summertime

Summertime

“I would like to write a humble ode, to the warm fall days, that we have been enjoying on the east coast. It has made summer seem to stretch on, for an extra few months this year. I, for one, feel grateful and blessed to have experienced such warmth, and sun, these past five months. As fall temperatures and weather, begin in earnest, I leave you with my ballad to summer/fall 2021.”

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Autumn

Autumn

“I’m not sure why, but I absolutely love fall. Other than the warm parts of summer (meaning sans heat waves), fall has been my second favourite season of the year for most of my life. Come to think of it, my having moved at a young age, to a place where fall seemed to be year-round, may have everything to do with my fascination for this season.”

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Covid Cats Part 2

Covid Cats Part 2

Offer an Escape Route Cats are kind of like teenagers in that when they want to be left alone, you'd do best to stay out of their way. While they do love spending time with us, it's got to be on their terms. And with so much chaos in our homes right now, many cats...

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Covid Cats Part 1

Covid Cats Part 1

“Before remote work was ever a thought in our minds, our homes would stay relatively silent and blessedly uneventful during the waking hours of the day. Maybe there was a chewed pillow here, or a plant knocked over there if Fido or Mittens were feeling particularly adventurous that day. But with everyone working from home, the homestead has become a central hub of activity.”

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