Many of us in the U.S. were forced to celebrate Thanksgiving from afar this year, isolated from friends and family. Unfortunately, that same sense of isolation is felt by millions every day. For years we have been supporting Best Buddies International, the world’s largest organization dedicated to ending the social, physical, and economic isolation experienced
Weather is getting cooler and beards are getting bushier as some Canadian men look to add an extra layer of warmth to their faces this winter. Others, motivated by lockdown measures and extended work-from-home terms, may view this as a perfect time to see how unruly those whiskers can get before a trim is needed.
Takeaway: To take a coffee nap: drink a cup of coffee and then immediately nap for 20-25 minutes (depending on how quickly you fall asleep). You’ll wake with a boost from both the nap and the coffee—and the effects of caffeine are actually stronger after a coffee nap. Estimated Reading Time: 2 minutes, 47s. Now
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By Fairley Lloyd Updated December 1, 2020 Photo by Vasily Koloda on Unsplash By Fairley Lloyd Updated December 1, 2020 Photo by Vasily Koloda on Unsplash College is such a great accomplishment to have in your tool belt for many reasons—whether you’re applying for a job, graduate school, or just learning life skills in general—so
“Forgiving someone doesn’t mean that their behavior was ‘OK.’ What it does mean is that we’re ready to move on. To release the heavy weight. To shape our own life, on our terms, without any unnecessary burdens. Forgiveness is pure freedom—and forgiveness is a choice.” ~Dr. Suzanne Gelb It happened, again. I was sitting opposite
Coronavirus is a terrible thief. It has not only stolen the lives of nearly 1.5 million people worldwide, but it has also prevented people from saying goodbye to loved ones at their bedside. Still, that didn’t stop Stefano Bozzini, an 81-year-old Italian man in the Italian town of Castel San Giovanni, from serenading his wife
Food plays a vital role in getting a good night’s sleep, something Graham talks about in his book Workfuel. Eating before bed though will offer occasional relief at best and isn’t a viable long-term strategy. An important understanding for better nights sleep is that, as diurnal beings, humans are not designed to eat at night.
The cold and flu season is right around the corner and this year with an ongoing COVID-19 pandemic added to the mix, our immune systems are guarding up. Wellness expert Kyle Buchanan checked in with The Morning Show to share some natural ways to support the immune system. Read more: ‘Exceptionally low’ — Canada’s flu