Posts Tagged ‘emotional health’

Bike & Bike & Bike (First Week of 30 Days of Biking)

Posted by: | April 8, 2011

I wasn’t feeling too well this past week. I even had to sleep away most of Tuesday, instead of coming to work. So my first week of the 30 Days of Biking was challenging.  I had to convince myself to get on my bike most of the week.  Every day I was on my bike […]

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Creativity Corner: The Time Audit

Posted by: | January 31, 2011

A new regular feature by Anna Lidstone Want to nurture your creative health, but don’t have time? If your creative projects are getting neglected in the busy-ness of everyday life, a time audit can help you prioritize. For one week, write down everything you do in the day. Include the little things: 10 minutes waiting […]

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How Do You Leave Work at Work?

Posted by: | December 9, 2010

I love the work that I do, and because it means so much to me, on a personal meaning level, I struggle to stop thinking about my work when I leave at the end of the day.  When things aren’t going smoothly, in particular, my brain likes to focus (even obsess?) about how to solve […]

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Thanks Be For You!

Posted by: | August 24, 2010

You can feel the tension and excitement growing on campus lately. The students are coming so soon! This means that everyone on campus is getting very busy.  I’m amazed at so many of you who have been working for years here.  Every year it’s the same pattern- we rush and rush to get campus ready for the huge tide of […]

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Pets: The all-natural stress remedy

Posted by: | August 19, 2010

There is truly nothing more comforting for me than the kind and constant purr of my fluffy counterparts. Chowder, a seal point Himalayan, and Dottie, a lilac Ragdoll, seem to have mastered the art of mending any sort of woe for me (except of course the anguish caused by their endlessly shedding hair).I’ve always had […]

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Oranges Every month, the Healthy UBC Blog highlights a locally available food, and gives you a recipe or two to try out.  This month, read all about mandarin oranges, rich in vitamin A, vitamin C, fibre and folate.

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