Category: Physical

2024-07-08 Hydrate!

The temperature is soaring here in good old #yeg. After weeks of hot one day/ cold the next and sunny one day/cloudy the next the weather seems to have decided to bake us. We’re pushing 30C +/- a few degrees for the next many days. It’s nasty. There’s heat warnings being posted on the transit …

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The People’s Limousine

Hidden benefits. We have enjoyed a very mild winter this year. Barely any accumulation of snow to speak of with the exception of a very cold few weeks about a month back. My car didn’t start and didn’t sound right after a few days of -50C windchill. I lost a few days of work at …

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Watch Those Feelings

The weather CAN affect your mood. Keep an eye on both. It’s not just low temperatures. High temperatures can also change your mood. We may not think about the weather too much. But we should. And we have to consider it’s impact on us because it can and does change our actions. This article describes …

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It’s time for a cold one

It’s been a good run, hasn’t it? If you have happened to look at the weather forecast for dear old #yeg lately, you already know what is coming. In case you haven’t…nature is trying to recoup it’s losses from October through to December in one weekend! It’s going to be cold. Very cold. How cold …

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What’s coming up?

Now we start the slow trudge towards our longest night and shortest day. What’s coming up on the calendar that will be of interest to you. Plenty to keep us occupied. The next statutory holiday for all Canadians is Christmas Day. It falls on a Monday this year. This might impact your pay. Here in …

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What’s going on under the skin?

Sharing this way because Facebook thinks this is news.It is not news that we don’t know what is in cosmetics. Here is the link: How nasty? Take a peek.

The Virus

I call it a virus. Whatever you call it, your mood spreads to the people around you. You hear expressions like, “Her entry brightened up the entire room”. How did that happen? We pick up “something” from the people (or things) around us. And we react to it. We may not be aware that we’re …

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Carbs 10 Uh oh!

One of the most time consuming tasks I’ve faced since becoming a diabetic is calculating carbs. It just isn’t “natural” to me. I’m more accustomed to just grabbing food as I needed it. Currently, it takes about an hour for me to do the relevant calculations then prepare the meal and eat it. To be …

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Balance. Losing it. Getting it back…better than it was.

People settle into routines. These routines then get disrupted. It can be a bit of a stress when that happens. Disruption has been my partner at least since November up until now. In many ways it has been a long difficult period of time. But it brought plenty of positive aspects to it. Diabetes is, …

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Differences between massage and orthopedic massage and osteoarticular techniques.

I’ll get back to you on this someday…

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