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WELLNESS TIPS

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Our Lives improve only when we take chances and the most difficult risk we can take is to be honest with our selves.

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Learn the power of forgiveness. When someone hurts you it is hard to forget, but in the end holding on to anger only continues to hurt yourself.

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Recycle. Take advantage of marked bins for landfill, bottles and can, and paper and paperboard on campus.

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Volunteer at an organization, such as Habitat for Humanity or a food bank, visit a nursing home or hospital, or contribute to a cause you care about.

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Try adding some aromatherapy, such as lavender oil or a eucalyptus scented candles to you relaxation routine.

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Meet with the Nutrition and Wellness Coordinator for a wellness consultation.

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Foster friendships with those with the same career interests as you. You never know how you could end up helping each other.

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If you know that the candy and magazine isle in the store triggers your impulse purchases, steer clear of that check-out line.

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Try a healthy recipe or healthy food you have never tried before.

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Work up to walking 10,000 steps a day. Start with walking the amount that you can do comfortably, such as 5,000 steps a day.

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Identify wants versus needs. Do not forget there is always someone more in need in than you in the world.

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Taking care of your teeth now can prevent hard-to-treat health issues later on.

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Eat breakfast within in an hour of waking up in the morning to keep your metabolism going strong.

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Know your family medical history and share it with your doctor.

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Sometimes volunteering can give you a sense of satisfaction you can not get from class or work, so get out there and help others in your community.

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Buy local. As much as possible, patronize local business and focus on products made as locally as possible.

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Hot milk and turmeric: This one is the most traditional remedy that will surely find some relief from cough.

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Do not eat straight from the bag. Pre-portioning your meals and snacks helps you visualize your intake and prevents overeating.

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Have lunch with someone new. Do not be afraid to break your routine.

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Be realistic. Be realistic about your goals and understand that you can only do so much.