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    A Woman’s Mental Workload Family

       A mental load is having lots of things on your mind. It’s having to remember to go to the grocery store and even make dinners for the week or on a daily basis. Go to school meetings, help kids with homework, after school activities, and the list goes on. It’s basically family management. And when it’s at work, that’s what we call it. Management! It’s a whole job by itself. Still when it’s at home, we don’t really have a word for it. Why is that? When you live with your spouse or significant other and or kids and they say to you “I don’t know why you’re upset that…

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    How to Practice Mindfulness

    1. Set a timer for five minutes to start. (You have one on your smart phone.) 2. Sit with your spine erect (straight). Posture is important.  3. Notice and then concentrate on your breath as best as you can.  4. Your mind will go crazy. It doesn’t like this (that’s your ego). 5. Notice your mind going crazy, then return to your breath. 6. Your mind will go crazy again. 7. Again, return to your breath. 8. It’s all about focusing on your breathing. 9. Repeat this until your timer goes off.

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    5 Health foods to boost your immune system during Corona

    As cases of Corona continue to rise, taking precautions such as washing your hands, social distancing, and exercising is key to lowering your risk of infection. But maintaining a healthy diet to help boost your immune system may also give you an extra edge.  1. Red Bell Peppers Red bell peppers are ranked high when it comes to fruits and vegetables with a high count of vitamin C. Research shows that one cup of chopped red bell peppers contains about 211% of your daily value of vitamin C. That’s about twice more than an orange! 2. Broccoli   Broccoli is also rich in vitamin C, it’s packed with antioxidants that…