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Legacy left by a Sweater.

By Eileen McDargh - Saturday, December 18, 2010

 

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Improve Performance: Walk in the Woods

By Eileen McDargh - Saturday, November 13, 2010

Researchers have been looking at what happens to our bodies and brains when we walk in woods, in the mountains or by the sea. This study is called ecopsychology. I didn’t make it up!  The Japanese have been studying this for years! Results? People do better on tests involving memory or attention after trekking through the woods than after walking in a city. People have increased levels of physical and mental energy as well as a greater sense of well being after walking along an outdoor path beside a stream. It gives your multitasking brain a break. Time slows down. Stress levels are reduced. Blood pressure and heart rate subside. In short… get up and out (side) for great benefit.  

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How to Use Your Work as a Meditation Tool to Change Your Life

By Eileen McDargh - Friday, May 14, 2010
http://www.thedailymind.com/how-to/how-to-use-your-work-as-a-meditation-tool-to-change-your-life/ 

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Life Leadership Lessons - In the Death of a Dog

By Eileen McDargh - Monday, March 29, 2010

 

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Happy Thanksgiving! Run Your Own Race-At Your Own Pace

By Eileen McDargh - Friday, November 27, 2009

 

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SELF-CARE VITAL in CHALLENGING TIMES

By Eileen McDargh - Thursday, February 19, 2009

 

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The Resilient Spirit: In The Doldrums? Volunteer

By Eileen McDargh - Thursday, December 18, 2008

 

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The Resilient Spirit: A New Face For Beloved

By Eileen McDargh - Thursday, November 20, 2008

 

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Stress Relief Part 2 – Have A Silly Drawer

By Eileen McDargh - Sunday, August 24, 2008
In one of your desk drawers keep one or two hilarious photos that you love, some silly putty, yo-yours or a wind-up toy. Add anything that makes you smile... even under stress. When you need a brief break go into the drawer to look at the pictures or to spend five minutes playing with a toy that brings a smile to your face and lets you get back to work stress free! If you need supplies of fun toys visit your local Toys R Us.
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Stress Relief Part 1 – Take Breaks

By Eileen McDargh - Friday, August 22, 2008
Daily stress takes a toll. Long days at work in front of a computer can result in insomnia, stiffness, pain and headaches. In this three-part series we will explore a variety of ways of relieving stress that will help you get more balance in your life. Use computer software or a small , kitchen timer set to go off every hour to remind your to get up and stretch, get something to drink, or grab a healthy snack.

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