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Day: April 1, 2020

Signs of Alzheimer’s and Types of Dementia – Video Interview with Dementia Coach Kerry Mills

Getting a dementia diagnosis is one of the moment you hope never to experience. Although usually by the time you get to the doctor’s, you pretty much know as there are signs of Alzheimer’s Disease and signs of dementia along the way. Families need to know the diffences between vascular dementia, lewy body dementia, frontal …

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Pick A Card Tarot Card Reading | What’s Going to Happen in 2020?

My birthday is in November (hey my Sagittarius sisters and brothers :)) and since the year is quickly coming to an end, I thought it would be fun to get a tarot card reading! Have you had your astrological chart read? I did many many years ago. It’s always fun to see what kind of …

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Not Into Meditation? Other Simple Ways for Self-Care, Motivation, Inspiration and Joy: Video Interview with Susan Rosenthal

Are you always super busy and often feel overwhelmed? Do you roll your eyes when people talk about self-care because you simply don’t have time to do anything for yourself? You have kids or parents to take care of. You work full time and are running around just trying to figure out how to get …

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Minimalist Gift Guide 2019: 10 Non-Material Green Gifts That Everyone Will Love

​Every year we look for gift ideas for Christmas. We search holiday gift guides, Christmas gift ideas, but what do you get for your minimalist friend or loved one? What about the person who only wants green gifts or DIY presents? In a world overflowing with consumer goods, it is time to give meaningful gifts …

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My Experience with End of Life and Death (Part 1): Hospice Care – What You Need To Know

​ Hospice is a service that most of us will either experience as a care advocate or as a patient. Yet there is still is a lot of confusion about what hospice care is. Only 10% of people will die suddenly, which means 90% of us will be able to plan (somewhat) for our death. …

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My Experience with End of Life and Death (Part 2): How to Plan A Funeral

No one wants to plan a funeral but planning a funeral can be quite therapeutic and cathartic. It is a way to show your love and appreciation by creating a ceremony that celebrates their life. Funeral homes are not the only way to have a funeral service. There are green burials, home funerals, cremations, so …

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