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I've got a little bit of tough love for you today. No one is going to care more about you than you. It's a fact. We have to take care of ourselves. We have to look out for ourselves. We have to make ourselves a priority! We've all heard the oxygen mask analogy before - " put on your own oxygen mask before you can help others" - but we don't often live that way, especially mothers. We take care of our families needs before our own. We ignore things that we want to do, need to do and that … [Read more...] about Who’s taking care of you?

I’m Erin – wife, mother, daughter, friend, colleague, carpool chauffeur, volunteer, and more. Doer of all things, master of none. Trying to focus a little bit more on ME.

Taking Care of You is a multi-session program offering practical strategies and experiences to help you deal with the stress in your life. Managing life’s challenges in a healthy way allows you to take better care of yourself and your overall health. Each week you will explore topics through small group discussion, self-reflection and activities.

Activities of the program are aimed at increasing mindfulness, positive emotions, optimism, resiliency to stress, coping skills, and self care of one’s mind, body and spirit.

A rigorous program evaluation showed decreased stress levels and improved lifestyle behaviors. As a result of the program, participants:

I've got a little bit of tough love for you today. No one is going to care more about you than you. It's a fact. We have to take care of ourselves. We have to look out for ourselves. We have to make ourselves a priority! We've all heard the oxygen mask analogy before - " put on your own oxygen mask before you can help others" - but we don't often live that way, especially mothers. We take care of our families needs before our own. We ignore things that we want to do, need to do and that … [Read more...] about Who’s taking care of you?

I’m Erin – wife, mother, daughter, friend, colleague, carpool chauffeur, volunteer, and more. Doer of all things, master of none. Trying to focus a little bit more on ME.

I've got a little bit of tough love for you today. No one is going to care more about you than you. It's a fact. We have to take care of ourselves. We have to look out for ourselves. We have to make ourselves a priority! We've all heard the oxygen mask analogy before - " put on your own oxygen mask before you can help others" - but we don't often live that way, especially mothers. We take care of our families needs before our own. We ignore things that we want to do, need to do and that … [Read more...] about Who’s taking care of you?

I’m Erin – wife, mother, daughter, friend, colleague, carpool chauffeur, volunteer, and more. Doer of all things, master of none. Trying to focus a little bit more on ME.

Taking Care of You is a multi-session program offering practical strategies and experiences to help you deal with the stress in your life. Managing life’s challenges in a healthy way allows you to take better care of yourself and your overall health. Each week you will explore topics through small group discussion, self-reflection and activities.

Activities of the program are aimed at increasing mindfulness, positive emotions, optimism, resiliency to stress, coping skills, and self care of one’s mind, body and spirit.

A rigorous program evaluation showed decreased stress levels and improved lifestyle behaviors. As a result of the program, participants:

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The Cost Of Not Doing It: An unclean car will eventually attract dirt and grime that can damage your interior and exterior, and probably won't earn you any extra props from that person you like.

Why It's Important: Every car maker has different things to say when it comes to oil, but most experts agree that it's good to change it out regularly. If you're confused on what to use, most cars work well with synthetic oil like Mobil 1, and it's usually easier to get your oil replaced at a shop versus doing it yourself.


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