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Humour Hacks to Help Boost Mental Health

Humour Hacks to Help Boost Mental Health. After decades of trying to keep the “Black Dogs of Depression” at bay, I realized it wasn’t the dogs that were the problem. It was me.
Depression wasn’t some outside force hounding and terrorizing me. It was part of me. And when I accepted that, it gave me more control and understanding. My choices, my reactions, and my emotions were mine.

My opportunity came when a chance meeting with a young doctor gave me the foothold I needed to create an upward spiral that undoubtedly saved my life.

And the dogs? I think of them more like the “Black Cats of Depression.” I’ve learned how to co-exist with them. They come and go as they please, I don’t provoke them, and if they curl up on my lap, they tell me I need to take a break. Then they usually want to play.
That’s where the laughter comes in.

Five Common Mistakes New Vegetarians Make

Five Common Mistakes New Vegetarians Make. Anyone opting for a vegetarian lifestyle in current times usually has a pretty easy ride ahead. Meat-free alternatives fill the shelves and there’s an increased global focus on finding ways to eat less meat to improve health – both the environment and ourselves. Only a few years ago there were restaurants where you’d struggle to concoct a meal suitable for a vegetarian, but now, almost everywhere has plenty of choices. Despite this, changing up your diet in such a dramatic way can take some time to get used to and almost all new veggies find they make at least one of these mistakes while getting started.

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Humour Hacks to Help Boost Mental Health

Humour Hacks to Help Boost Mental Health. After decades of trying to keep the “Black Dogs of Depression” at bay, I realized it wasn’t the dogs that were the problem. It was me.
Depression wasn’t some outside force hounding and terrorizing me. It was part of me. And when I accepted that, it gave me more control and understanding. My choices, my reactions, and my emotions were mine.

My opportunity came when a chance meeting with a young doctor gave me the foothold I needed to create an upward spiral that undoubtedly saved my life.

And the dogs? I think of them more like the “Black Cats of Depression.” I’ve learned how to co-exist with them. They come and go as they please, I don’t provoke them, and if they curl up on my lap, they tell me I need to take a break. Then they usually want to play.
That’s where the laughter comes in.

Five Common Mistakes New Vegetarians Make

Five Common Mistakes New Vegetarians Make. Anyone opting for a vegetarian lifestyle in current times usually has a pretty easy ride ahead. Meat-free alternatives fill the shelves and there’s an increased global focus on finding ways to eat less meat to improve health – both the environment and ourselves. Only a few years ago there were restaurants where you’d struggle to concoct a meal suitable for a vegetarian, but now, almost everywhere has plenty of choices. Despite this, changing up your diet in such a dramatic way can take some time to get used to and almost all new veggies find they make at least one of these mistakes while getting started.

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Humour Hacks to Help Boost Mental Health

Humour Hacks to Help Boost Mental Health. After decades of trying to keep the “Black Dogs of Depression” at bay, I realized it wasn’t the dogs that were the problem. It was me.
Depression wasn’t some outside force hounding and terrorizing me. It was part of me. And when I accepted that, it gave me more control and understanding. My choices, my reactions, and my emotions were mine.

My opportunity came when a chance meeting with a young doctor gave me the foothold I needed to create an upward spiral that undoubtedly saved my life.

And the dogs? I think of them more like the “Black Cats of Depression.” I’ve learned how to co-exist with them. They come and go as they please, I don’t provoke them, and if they curl up on my lap, they tell me I need to take a break. Then they usually want to play.
That’s where the laughter comes in.

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November is Sikh Nation blood donation month

What began as community-based blood drives in BC has blossomed into an annual campaign that draws thousands of donors to dozens of events across Canada and has spread to other major cities across the globe. Since 1999 the Sikh Nation blood donation campaign has helped save over 165,000 lives and is the most significant contributor to the Canadian blood services pledge-based partners for life (PFL)program.

Grounds Greens Plant Based Cafe

Grounds and Greens is not your average Vegan restaurant. It is completely unpretentious, but something about the details, well-thought-out décor and the menu lets you know you’re in for a treat. Some of the enticing Bowls being offered here are Rice Rice Baby. Influencer. Just Eggsquisite and Return of the Mac. Great names!

How water changed my life

Drinking 8 glasses of high-quality water is good for you, but 8 glasses of acidic water filled with chlorine is not so good. “It’s about continuing the mission of spreading true health. It’s about getting people to put good things into our body and striving for something better for ourselves.”