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Anoka, MN 55303
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The 2017 Anoka Halloween, Inc. Light Up the Night Parade my have been cancelled, but Anoka Massage & Pain Therapy had our own parking lot parade. The show must go on!
We have had lots of fun with our Wizard of Oz themed float the past few years. Can you guess who the characters are?
Can’t wait to see you in person at the parade next year!… Read the rest
How to Make a Self-Care gift Basket for a Friend – DIY
Self care is an important part of your well-being. Unfortunately, we tend to put our needs on the backburner and care for ourselves after we have tended to everyone and everything else in our lives first.
Help your loved ones put themselves first by making a self-care gift basket gift.… Read the rest
The leftover turkey has been refrigerated. The Black Friday madness is over. And maybe you’ve patronized the webs on Cyber Monday and even remembered Giving Tuesday.
Don’t limit the love to Tuesday
Giving Tuesday is always the Tuesday after Thanksgiving. It’s a chance for you, your family, community, company, and/or organization to give something more. But there’s no need to limit the giving to one day, we’re in a whole season of giving!… Read the rest
Every November through December, you’re surrounded by food – lots of it. At the same time, the holidays can be very stressful if you’re hosting loved ones or missing them.
Food plus stress is often a recipe for disaster, but there are steps you can take to beat holiday excess:
- Fill up on healthy snacks, like fruits, veggies and nuts, before meals.
We’ve always the heard the saying to enjoy everything in moderation, and that is definitely true when it comes to holiday foods. Don’t try to deprive yourself during the holidays, it most likely won’t go over well. Having an extra holiday treat here and there won’t kill you. You’re allowed to indulge a bit, just keep portions small when it comes to holiday desserts and make sure you limit how often you eat them.… Read the rest
The holidays are a big part of the fall and winter months. This is often a time to reconnect
with family and loved ones, to attend social events, and celebrate your beliefs.
Unfortunately, it can also be a time of extra commitments, nonstop activity, and pressure
to get it all done. This can result in a lot of stress both mental and physical.… Read the rest
The Pessimist’s Guide to Gratitude
Your mother was right – say thank you.
Scientists have now proven what your mother always knew it’s good to be
grateful. Being grateful is more than just politeness; it’s actually good for your
health and wellbeing.
In a study by Robert A. Emmons, of the University of California, and Davis and
Michael E.… Read the rest
Thanksgiving is a great meal. Friends and family come together to give thanks and
celebrate the harvest season
…and to overeat.
All of us know the feeling of eating too much, too heavy, too rich. When we should be
enjoying our time with loved ones, we are uncomfortable. We exasperate our health
conditions and catch a cold.… Read the rest
Pie. Cookies. Chocolate. Eggnog. Champagne.
The holiday season is filled with good foods. You eat and drink with your friends and
loved ones to celebrate how much you care about them.
But we all know that too much of a good thing is no longer good. Too many rich foods
can lead to extra pounds, digestion upsets, mood swings and a generally “yucky” feeling.… Read the rest