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This time of the year typically sees some families travelling long distances across our country to see family and friends.  Long travels can be hard on your neck and back, whether you travel by plane, train or automobile.Try to follow our tips for driving long distances and doing it with as little discomfort as possible. We've also thrown in some general long trip tips at the bottom!Adjust your position - Ensure that you adjust everything from your seat angle - to your steering wheel ...
Posted on 2017-12-22
Winter can really get you down in the dumps.  It’s harder to get up in the mornings, you have to layer up and pull on your heavy boots before going anywhere outside, warming your car up, (if you don’t have that wonderful invention, Command Start) can be a chore, and don’t even get us started on the shoveling and clearing snow process.  In short, winter blues can arise, making normal tasks seem arduous, going outside seem impossible, and just plain get you down in ...
Posted on 2017-12-08
Saying healthy in your Office Environment "Office staff may type or file documents, correspondence, reports, statements and other material. Their workstation usually has a computer/laptop/keyboard and telephone, among other equipment." - CCOHSOffice work is generally not a job that people believe can be harmful - What most don't realize is that Sitting for long periods can take a toll.   In order to stay healthy in the office, you should be making small changes to your daily routine ...
Posted on 2017-11-17
Happy November!Winter is already upon us and with winter comes every Canadian’s favourite task: shoveling. Shoveling is a necessary task in the winter time that keeps you and your neighbours safe from the risk of slips and falls…It can also be a very strenuous activity. Here are a few simple tips to keep you safe and healthy this winter: Bend your knees and lift with your legs Keep the shovel blade close to you, as you lift snow, to reduce back strain Switch between s...
Posted on 2017-11-03
Now that 2017 is in full swing, have you set any health and wellness goals?  If you have...how are things going so far? Here are some tips on creating and achieving SMART goals: S- Specific- Your goal must be well-defined.  Answer Who/What/Where/When/Why/Which. M- Measurable- When you follow your progress, you stay on track!  Measuring your goal also identifies when you have achieved it. A- Achievable- Establish goals that are important to you, then you will find ways ...
Posted on 2017-01-22