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<updated>Coping:</updated> Just go with the flow, the ‘Csikszentmihalyi’ flow, that is

Coping: Just go with the flow, the ‘Csikszentmihalyi’ flow, that is

You can find stress and anxiety relief from getting into the creative flow, but it may not be from the easy-to-do activities 
<updated>Coping:</updated> A spring refresh is good for the mind and the home

Coping: A spring refresh is good for the mind and the home

Cori-Lynn Lemaitre says a spring declutter will benefit all, especially if you focus on better, not perfect
<updated>Coping:</updated> Out of hibernation and into the outdoors, but safely

Coping: Out of hibernation and into the outdoors, but safely

It’s that time of year, when Sudburians peak heads outside in hopes of spring; be safe on the trails with a few tips from Rainbow Routes
Coping: Shinrin-yoku and the art of ‘forest bathing’

Coping: Shinrin-yoku and the art of ‘forest bathing’

Mindfulness and health can be found simply by walking through the bush
Coping: House plants, sourdough and coping with COVID-19

Coping: House plants, sourdough and coping with COVID-19

Reporter Jenny Lamothe says you don’t have to be a greenthumb to grow a few house plants, and you’ll love the benefits to your mental health, your creativity and the air-quality of your home
<updated>Coping:</updated> Low light may be here to stay, but there’s a way through the SAD

Coping: Low light may be here to stay, but there’s a way through the SAD

NISA’s warm Line coordinator shares some tips for dealing with Seasonal Affective Disorder 
<updated>Coping:</updated> Here’s what it means to be ‘sober curious’

Coping: Here’s what it means to be ‘sober curious’

Society’s relationship with alcohol is complex and it can be difficult to know if drinking has become an issue — sober curious is one way to test the waters
<updated>Coping:</updated> Sure yoga is good for your muscles and joints, but it’s equally good for your brain

Coping: Sure yoga is good for your muscles and joints, but it’s equally good for your brain

Studies show the practice can have positive effects on body and mind, even without movement
<updated>Coping:</updated> Parkside Centre program tears down walls to fight isolation

Coping: Parkside Centre program tears down walls to fight isolation

Isolation and loneliness have health costs, especially for seniors. The Parkside Without Walls program is a free service in Sudbury that offers older adults (and adults with disabilities) the human connections many lack
<updated>Coping:</updated> Curious reporter gets a reiki treatment and wants to tell you about it

Coping: Curious reporter gets a reiki treatment and wants to tell you about it

In this edition of Coping, Jenny Lamothe tries the complementary health practice of reiki and learned what it was all about