Sometimes you just have to let go: wellness tips from Sea to Sky Mental Health Partnership

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May the “forth” of Nature be with you

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How to convey a lisp in a headline? Hmm.

Enlist a friend in your daily Nature challenge

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Sometimes, it helps to feel accountable to someone you hate to let down.

Do your regular morning routine, but take it outside

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Yoga? Coffee? Scan the headlines? Whatever you do, to start the day, why not just shift it out of doors? #NatureisCalling

Ready for your 30×30 Nature Challenge?

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30 minutes in nature every day for 30 days in May. That’s the invitation. Start today. Keep a journal of what you observe. Share your favourite place, discovery or Nature moment. We’re dedicating… Continue reading

Event: Wellness Speaker Series, May 7, 6pm, Pemberton Library

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Where does mental health begin? How is it maintained? The final session for the Mental Health Speaker Series is coming up on Thursday, May 7 at 6pm. Join the gathering at the Pemberton… Continue reading

A few thoughts on the real s-word: “should”

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Should. The little word that shouldn’t. If I could choose to drop one word out of my vocabulary it would be the dirty s-word. Should. Think about it, should implies judgement, should implies… Continue reading

Column: Meditate on This

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When the third person recommended I take up meditation, I started to get worried. Was I so obviously manifesting a strung-out vibe? I know meditation is trending in tech circles, but I was… Continue reading

Salmonberry: Anyone say Yum?

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As a Northwest native plant Salmonberry is well known for colonizing wet sites west of the Cascades and for its reddish-orange raspberry-like fruits. This species is a deciduous shrub that can grow to… Continue reading

This May, trade screen time for Green Time with the 30×30 Challenge

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30 minutes in nature every day for 30 days in May. That’s the invitation. We figured it was the best way to follow up our #30DaysofNativePlantLove immersion in stewardship. (Plus, it gives you… Continue reading