Rosalie Moscoe, RHN, RNCP

Speaker, Consultant, Author

Specializing in Stress Relief and Nutrition

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How to Improve Communication Skills at Holiday time or anytime!

Holiday time can be an enormous drain on health and stress levels. Even though you are related, you and your relatives may have different value systems and perspectives.

Multi Generation Family Celebrating ThanksgivingHowever, practicing communication skills over the holidays can bring family or friends closer together. The following communication tips can help you get through what may seem like forced togetherness. These relationship skills can help you keep your cool during the holidays or at home and work.

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Are You the Frazzled, Hurried Business Woman?

Are You the Frazzled, Hurried Business Woman?

Take the test and find out!

multi tasking not goodFaster than a run in her panty hose! More powerful than a chocolate craving.  Able to eat through lunch at a single gulp. Look through the office. She’s hurried; she’s fried It’s the Frazzled Hurried Business Woman!

Are you working non-stop? The results of burning the candle at both ends can be disastrous to your health, your relationships and even to

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7 Stress-Relief Tips for Accountants at Tax Time

Time management at tax time may seem like an impossible task for accountants. However, there are a few tips that can help you have an easier time of coping and feeling human – instead of feeling exhausted, having bad digestion, poor sleep, bags under your eyes and feeling like you’re on a never-ending treadmill while juggling mounds of papers.

1)         Help your clients set up their files

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Are You An Overstressed Adrenaline Junkie?

Take the Quiz and Find Out!

Today, we have more time-saving devices at home and in offices than ever before in history, yet have you ever noticed that most of us have no time? If you’re living in the fast lane, always under the wire, and love the thrill of being busy and rushing – even to your peril, you likely are an adrenaline junkie.

Many people think it’s too much work that’s causing a

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The Toronto Sun, Frazzled Hurried Woman!

My book, Frazzled Hurried Woman! Your Stress Relief Guide to Thriving…Not Merely Surviving is featured in The Toronto Sun!

The Saturday Sun, October 27, 2012

Reassess stress

New book coaches women on handling modern life

RITA DEMONTIS, Toronto Sun

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

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Anti-anxiety Tips To Help You Stay Calm

Do you sometimes get anxious when you are upset with someone or before a presentation? Do you feel stressed, a lack of control and don’t know how you’ll cope. It’s time for some anti-anxiety steps to calm your mind.

Two stress chemicals adrenaline and cortisol are produced by the adrenal glands in response to stress. Excess stress can cause adrenaline production to decrease and cortisol to increase. Cortisol can be highly toxic to brain cells

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Reduce Stress from Financial Worries: Manage Money Wisely

Stress is said to be responsible for 80% of all doctor’s visits. In a survey done by the American Psychological Association, 73% of people listed money as the number one factor that affects their stress level. Many people become stressed or anxious due to financial issues.

Check out these statistics:

  • Results from a 2005 American survey revealed that 53% of working Americans indicated they were experiencing moderate or high levels of financial stress. (Canadians aren’t

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Do Changes Put You Over the Top? 5 Coping Skills to Reduce Stress

Do you thrive on changes in life? Most hate it. Many people eat the same foods every day; take the same route to work or even stay in the same job for 35 years; others change jobs every five years. For many, routine is stability; for others, it’s stagnation. It all depends on your perception!

Some changes in everyday life we can plan. Some we cannot; life happens. Normal life events such as pregnancy, changing

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Stress Relief for Caregivers to Avoid Burnout

Providing care for a family member in need is an act of extreme kindness and love – it can also take a heavy toll through stress overload if you don’t get the support you need. According to Compassionfatigue.org, compassion fatigue is what happens to a lot of caregivers. Many have been taking care of people their whole lives and are in need of stress relief. They feel it’s their duty and most are deeply caring

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Cutting Calories In a Safe, Smart Way? Just Add Nutrients Instead

Some people cut too many calories and their bodies think “this is famine time; I’d better hold on to all my fat; who knows when the next meal is coming?” That’s how the body reacts to restricted calories – metabolism slows down to gather reserves. There are a lot of malnourished overweight people. How can that be? Often they have eaten too many of the wrong things, gained weight and it’s tough to get it

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8 Ways to Transform from Surviving To Thriving!
Embracing Wellness – The Elusive Healthy Balance

Frazzled, Hurried Woman

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