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creative journaling
Gioia

10/19 Creative journaling for Wellbeing

Gioia here. Some of you might remember that I’m a big fan of creative journaling. So this month I’ve really enjoyed being a part of our New Zealand colleague Janet McLeod’s Create Wellbeing 30 Day Challenge, and have been trying

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adult coloring book
Wilkinson Rebecca

08/19 Is Coloring a Waste of Time?

Saturday, September 14, 2019 is National Coloring Day which is particularly special for us (perhaps not surprising for those of you who know that Rebecca made Coloring Creates Wellbeing: The Desert Mandalas Coloring Book). Recently, Rebecca was running an Art for

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Billy Dee Williams
Wilkinson Rebecca

07/19 I Made These!

Actor and comedian Seth Rogen, the voice of Pumbaa the silly warthog in the latest version of the Lion King, has just taken up ceramics. After enthusiastically posting on Twitter pictures of his charming vases and ashtrays, Rogen was criticized,

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appreciation cards
Wilkinson Rebecca

06/19 Positive Partnerships

Over the last couple of months, we have been exploring how to boost our positivity by introducing “micro-moments” of positive emotions and experiences, especially important when we are going through difficult times. This helps us not only manage the stress,

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bad fortune
Wilkinson Rebecca

03/13 Luck in the Eye of the Beholder

Sometimes when “good” things happen to us we feel like we had have stroke of good luck–we find a hundred dollar bill, we’re running late for an interview but we hit a string of green lights and find a parking

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barbara fredrickson
Wilkinson Rebecca

02/13 Love 2.0

“Love” gets batted around quite a bit during the month of February, for obvious reasons.  We thought we would offer a different take on love emerging from research of psychologist Barbara Fredrickson. “Love is not romance. It’s not sexual desire. It’s

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