National Post (Financial Post), Why We Spend When We Mean to Save

By Melissa Leong, Nov. 2012

Rosalie Moscoe still has a reminder of when the “shopping gremlins” afflicted her. A $500 hot pink wool jacket hangs in her closet, having been worn only twice. She bought it years ago when she shopped to relieve stress but found the stress of paying off a heavy credit-card bill caught up to her. Continue reading…

Hamilton Community News – Running the everyday-a-thon? This book may help Frazzled Hurried Woman! Your Stress Relief Guide to Thriving. . .Not Merely Surviving

By Abigail Cukier, Nov. 2012

I often receive books to review. Some interest me, some I grit my teeth and write about, others I pass onto someone who might do a better job. When the book, Frazzled Hurried Woman! crossed my desk, I thought ‘well, now that one’s for me!’ Continue reading…

The Toronto Sun – Reasses Stress, Book Review, Frazzled Hurried Woman! Your Stress Relief Guide to Thriving. . .Not Merely Surviving

By Rita Demontis, June 13, 2012 – Print and online

Frazzled, hurried … women. Is there any other kind?

And when has stress become the new norm? Who isn’t overextended and overwhelmed lately? Nine-to-five jobs have gone the way of the flip phone, and women in particular have taken to doing twenty things in the time it takes to do ten—and then some. Stress has now become an art form in this accelerated life of ours. Continue reading…

Canadian – Easy Ways to Beat Job Stress

By Mark Borkowski, June 13, 2012 – Print and online

Workplace stress can tear us apart. It plays havoc on our physical and emotional well-being – and ultimately sabotages our performance.If you feel like you are precariously juggling both work and personal/family life responsibilities, you are not alone. According to a 2010 Statistics Canada Sources of stress among workers study, “about 62% of those highly stressed workers identified work as the main source of their stress… I recently contacted Stress Consultant and Registered Holistic Nutritionist, Rosalie Moscoe to seek advice on how we can integrate ways to tame stress. Continue reading… – Are You Over Committed? Natural Stress Remedies to the Rescue!

By Rosalie Moscoe, RHN, RNCP, May 16th, 2012 – Print and online

As summer approaches and you begin to think about slowing down the pace (do you?), this might be the ideal time to take stock of your life to assess your health and well-being, and how you spend your time. Do you have enough of it left over to take care of yourself?  Take a piece of paper, jot down a heading called Present Commitments and list them. Don’t forget duties beyond work and home. Are you also committed to volunteer work? What about commitment to yourself? Are you ready to add your name to what is likely a long list in order to achieve work/life balance?  Continue reading… – How to Maximize Performance During a Long Shift

By Christina Hernandez Sherwood,  Apr 25, 2012 – Print and online

On top of regular work stress, many healthcare professionals also face longer-than-average workdays. Research shows that workers are more tired after shifts lasting 10 hours or more, with stress building as employees try to stay sharp while combating fatigue. In the short term, stress from long work hours can cause irritability and a decrease in attention span, said Rosalie Moscoe, author of “Frazzled Hurried Woman! Your Stress Relief Guide to Thriving … Not Merely Surviving.” Over time, ongoing stress can lead to anxiety, depression and illness. “We must relieve that stress,” Moscoe said, “so it doesn’t cause long-term problems.”   Continue reading…

Canadian Living Magazine –  Use Your Lunch Break to Relieve Stress

By Adam Ledlow, March 2012 – Print and online

Here’s how to use your lunch break to relieve stress and recharge your batteries. Feeling frazzled at work? Harvard researchers have found that women with highly stressful jobs are 40 per cent more likely to develop heart disease than their less-stressed colleagues. Manage work-related stress over your lunch hour with this five-point plan from Rosalie Moscoe, Continue reading…

The Canadian Online Business Journal – Easy Ways to Beat Job Stress and Create a Healthy Workplace – go to Page 64

By Mark Borkowski –  January 2012 | Volume 5 – Page 64

Workplace stress can tear us apart. It plays havoc on our physical and emotional well-being – and ultimately sabotages our performance.  If you feel like you are precariously juggling,  Continue reading … Pg. 64

It’s All About Women – Move Out of the Fast Lane and Reduce Your Stress!

by Rosalie Moscoe,  November 14th, 2011

In the movie “I Don’t Know How She Does It” Kate Reddy (played by actress Sarah Jessica Parker) laments to her husband, “Don’t you ever think about not having to worry about priorities all the time?” Her character’s sleepless nights, obsessive list-making, and crushing pressure of pushing the boundaries of what’s humanly possible in a day will certainly resonate with working women today. Parker’s latest film explores a reality many women she live day in and day out: the pressures and challenges of balancing career, kids and spouse.    Continue reading…

Snap! North Toronto – Frazzled Hurried Woman! Book Signing with Rosalie Moscoe

Fans of Rosalie Moscoe and book enthusiasts alike were invited to come out and enjoy an entertaining presentation by the nutritionist and stress relief consultant. View photos by Snap!.. – Let learning, sharing and loving ignite your passion

Let learning, sharing and loving ignite your passion for life and self-transformation. If today were my last day on Earth and I could share 500 words of brilliance with the world, here are the important things I’d want to pass along to others Continue reading …

Better Outcomes for Mental Illness Through Orthomolecular Medicine

When a family member of mine was travelling overseas, he fainted on the top of a mountain, and became paranoid and psychotic. He was hospitalized for a short time and was released with antipsychotic medication. His personality changed. Not only was my family member traumatized by these events, but also, family members were horrified.Continue reading…

Feeding the Body & Mind, The Suburban

You are what you eat.

We’ve all heard this before, But according to nutritional consultant Rosalie Moscoe, it’s no cliche.

In fact, according to Moscoe, what we feed our bodies has a profound effect not only on our physical well-being, but it’s integral to maintaining good mental health as well. Moscoe was one of the speakers at a lecture recently sponsored by the Montreal Chapter of the International Schizophrenia Foundation. Continue reading…

Is the stress in a woman’s life a disease? Doctor identifies ‘Hurried Woman Syndrome’: Juggling kids, career

By Julie Smyth, National Post
Rosalie Moscoe, Juno nominated children’s entertainer
It is 11 a.m. on Monday morning and Rosalie Moscoe is standing in front of an audience of a half-dozen Procter & Gamble employees, trying to help them cope with the stresses in their lives.

The audience gathered in the small cafeteria in Cambridge is all female. They are in mid-level jobs, have children, husbands, bills to pay and hectic lives. They are seeking ways to find that elusive balance. Continue reading…