Monthly Archives: February 2017

Some best Diet and Fitness Tips by Alexander Mosnick

Diet and workout Tips shared by Alexander Mosnick   Drink water daily 2.) Morning workout is hugely helpful for keeping motivated   Visit    https://behance.net/AlexanderMosnick     to know more.

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My Mental Health: January Reflection

Firstly, I just want to say thank you for all the love and beautiful messages I received (& am still receiving!) for my post My Mental Health – A Happy Update! – I never in a million years thought I’d be in…

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Mary’s Health – Health Care in Ecuador

Originally posted on Living It Up in Ecuador:
Anyone who has tried to start and maintain a blog will tell you that blogging takes up a fair amount of time.  I just checked and learned that we have been blogging since…

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15 Awesome Health Goals Which Anyone Can Keep

Originally posted on heyitsnyse:
Hello Everyone! Can I just say the Queen of Awesomeness wishes you all an Awesome New Year 😁 And yup we are in that time of year where, everyone is rushing, trying to organize their life,…

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Health & Fitness in the First Trimester

So just last week I shared with you guys about my goals to be healthier last year and how well those paid off. I’ve had a couple of people ask what this means now that I’m pregnant. Going into this…

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Latest Health Update

Originally posted on A Whispered Wind:
Hello dear friends and readers. I come to you all with a heavy heart and in complete frustration. I was ‘well’ for maybe three days tops. I’ve doing all of the right things –…

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Let’s Talk About Mental Health : #BellLetsTalk

Originally posted on Words And Tonic:
Here in Canada , it is?Bell Let’s Talk Day, an initiative to?spread awareness about mental health issues in hopes of Fighting stigma? Improving access to care? Supporting world-class research? Leading by example in workplace…

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