March the final winter hurdle. It can be a hard month mentally for many Canadians. Hang tight, we got this! Days are getting longer and temperatures are steadily rising.
March is an excellent time to spring clean, or reassess your mental health. In shifting gears from winter to spring, check in with yourself. How are you feeling? What’s your energy like? How are your moods these days? Take this time to reflect on small habit changes you can implement today to support your mental wellness.
Upper Grand Family Health Team joins community partners to express interest in forming a Rural Wellington Ontario Health Team
December 31 2019 By Kristin Kathiravelu, Executive Director The Ontario government is working toward ensuring that the health care system is centred around patients, families and caregivers. Since 2018, a number of changes have been made across the province to make it easier forFull Story >
You don't need a flower crown to practice mindfulness I used to think yoga and mindfulness weren’t for me. I was a high-performance athlete who took great pride in workouts that pushed me to the limit. The light and gentle yoga stuff couldn’t possiblyFull Story >
Embrace the season by getting active this winter While it might already feel like it’s time to hunker down and spend more time indoors staying warm by the fire, we know all too well that it’s only getting frostier. Likewise, our fondness for theFull Story >
A good resolution should flow from your deepest desires Resolving to lose weight in 2019? Here are a few reasons why you might want to reconsider your approach: Reason No. 1 The first is that it’s not directly under your control. You can (or at leastFull Story >
It’s time to rekindle your love for sport & activity After putting in eight – or more – hours at your job, maintaining an active lifestyle can sometimes fall off your post-work to-do list. But, before you chuck those cross-trainers in the bin, let’sFull Story >
Making real lifestyle changes is hard – but not impossible. Most people who set a goal or resolution fail on their first try, and quit right then and there. In fact, most people fail to stick with a goal after one month (60%), and even less makeFull Story >