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Julie Luzarraga

A Stop In Social Media

June 29, 2018 | By Isa Luzarraga

Social media is composed of very intricate and intelligent things. Using it, allows us to connect with others in way that have never existed before. Posting pictures or tweeting can provide us with a sense of enjoyment we’ve never quite felt before, as well as allow us to stay connected with people we don’t get […]

Eating Mindfully

June 22, 2018 | By Isa Luzarraga

Have you ever had the feeling when your stomach is relatively full? But then someone at the dinner table brings out a chocolate cake and you just have to have a slice. And while that sweetness tastes so good going down, the feeling later is less than nirvana. We’ve all been there and sometimes it […]

I Am More Than Enough

June 20, 2018 | By Stevie Jelden

Within the rise of suicide the importance in FINDING self-love and knowing that you are MORE than enough is so pertinent to societal survival. First, find a mindful pause. Little moments of quiet reflection, that are so needed, so relevant and frequently challenging to find. The mindful pause allows us to let go of self-righteousness and […]

Summer Self Care

June 06, 2018 | By Julie Luzarraga

Summer Self Care View this email in your browser       Self-Care before the crisis What do you think of when you hear the term “self-care”? Do you roll your eyes and think of manicures, chocolate, and fantasies of a month off from work? We tend to confuse self-care with self-indulgence. Or, maybe you […]

Summertime Self-Love

May 31, 2018 | By Isa Luzarraga

As the sunny days get inevitably hotter and longer, our moods and bodies tend to go through somewhat of a transition. With the beautiful weather, most resort to spending more time outside and with others. Whether you’re at the pool or just hanging with a group of friends or family, self consciousness and doubt always […]

I Move At The Perfect Pace

May 24, 2018 | By Stevie Jelden

As we begin our transfer into the next season, and the hottest one, it is important to find your pace. We often spend a lot of time going over how we should move through the day and how others will move through their day. And typically this can create some anxiety or pressure to keep […]

Staying Cool In The Heat

May 11, 2018 | By Isa Luzarraga

The sun has finally awakened from its long winter slumber, and it looks like it has booked a one way ticket to our skies the rest of the spring and summer. As we transition into the summer, the temperatures rise, the tempers may heat up, and our schedules may get full. Even though it is […]

Animals, Actually

May 04, 2018 | By Isa Luzarraga

For a moment think about what brightens your day. Does a walk outside make you cheerful? Maybe it’s a conversation with a special person you don’t see very often. Or perhaps it’s the sound of your lovable dog scrabbling on the floor to greet you as you enter the door. No matter the pet, animals […]

What Are You Planting, In Your Mind This Spring?

May 02, 2018 | By Julie Luzarraga

Mental Health Garden. View this email in your browser       This past weekend brought long awaited signs of spring – tiny buds on the trees, warm breezes and even the beginnings of the dreaded weeds. It was exciting to start thinking about what we will plant this spring and I began making a […]

Barefoot & Happy

April 27, 2018 | By Isa Luzarraga

What if someone told you there is a short and sweet way to decrease anxiety, improve your sleep and overall clinical well being? It would only take 10 minutes out of your day, and studies show numerous health benefits as mentioned previously. Would you try it? Maybe some might think this unconventional “medicine” I am […]

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