Rosalie Moscoe, RHN, RNCP

Speaker, Consultant, Author

Specializing in Stress Relief and Nutrition

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Health & Wellness

Dress Up, Show Up! It’s Mother’s Day

improve bond with motherIf you’re a mother, there’s always a time you’re reminded of your own mother as her words slide in and out of your consciousness. Sometimes, you may find her words coming out of your mouth as you give advice or opinions to your own children or others. Whether you had a positive or negative life experience with your own mother (or guardian) she’ll never be forgotten. I was fortunate to have a warm, loving, fun

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Wellness – An Ever Changing State of Being

Toronto nutrition speakerWellness is an active word – not a state you achieve and then thrust aside. The Wellness Movement was founded in the ‘50’s. John Travis, physician and author (and U.S. soccer player) was a key leader in that movement. Wellness is not just pertaining to good physical health; wellness is about acknowledging and accepting your situation in many areasemotional, physical, mental, financial, intellectual, spiritual, social/relationships, with a significant intention of moving forward.

Wellness

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A New Year, 2015 – What Will it Mean for You?

2014. Another year behind us and we’re here to talk about it! How did you fare this past year? Was it a difficult year? Did you have fun? Was it vitalizing or restorative? Did you discover time for learning and growing? Or was this past year one of disappointment? Was 2014 etched in your memory as a time for love and sharing? Or was it the season for closing doors? Perhaps last year encompassed all

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Mother’s Day – Remembering our Mothers, Especially the Fun Times

improve the bond with your mother

If you’re a mother, there’s always a time you’re reminded of your own mother as her words slide in and out of your consciousness. Sometimes, you may find her words coming out of your mouth as you give advice or opinions to your own children. Whether you had a positive or negative life experience with your own mother (or guardian) she’ll never be forgotten. I was fortunate to have a warm, loving, fun relationship with

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Nutritionist Pigs out at Super Bowl Party and learns Valuable Lessons

healthy food to serve at superbowl gameWe enjoyed such a delightful time – laughing, watching the mesmerizing, yet disappointing Super Bowl game at a friend’s home. While some people live and breathe football, others like me appreciate the commercials which oft times are quite humorous along with the half-time show’s energetic gyrations of youthful singers. For the most part, the women at our party gathered in the kitchen to catch up with friends and prepare food. What else is new?

The

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10 Ways to Achieve Positive Personal Power in the New Year

get confidencePositive Personal Power. What does this mean? It means grabbing hold of your strength of character, (even if you are afraid), and capture the essence of what is right for you. When you’re frustrated or angry, it’s often difficult to know what is right. Life is trial and error and mistakes can become lessons to be learned. We need to galvanize our confidence, and learn ways to live healthfully.

It must start with thinking positively

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Philosophy for Good Health

Jack Davidson, who along with Alan Fergusson developed Immuno-Care, a plant sterol based supplement which also has antioxidants and a complex amino acid component to their supplement. As they were doing the research, both gentlemen who had personal health issues discovered that by increasing their daily intake of these important nutrients, had an increase in their overall health. This is the philosophy that they live by:
Work/Life Balance Programs by Rosalie Moscoe, Stress Relief Consultant

  • Live one day (and sometimes one minute) at

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Retirement? Or Engagement in Life

depressedDoris was 69 when she retired from her job as a secretary. (In those years the term ‘administrative assistant professional’ had not yet been invented.) An extremely gregarious person, she was sad to leave her colleagues, who had become friends. But now was her chance to be free to do as she pleased. She loved not having to be up at the crack of dawn and taking three buses in order to get to work!

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Share Your Light In the World Even if You’re Retired

when to retireA lot of my girlfriends are retired after many years of service in the workplace. Some play golf, others engage in card games, still others sit on boards of charities and have lofty goals. Some of them were teachers, saleswomen. doctors; still others held significant positions in corporations. And there are those whose jobs were to care for their families and those particular friends or relatives did not work outside the home. But it seems

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Beyond Retirement…10 Top Tips For Pathways to Well-Being

For some, the thought of retirement is a dream-come-true. For others it’s a dreaded prospect. The following are some tips that help with not only preparation for retirement but also with strategies to achieve healthy attitude and lifestyle choices.

  1. First, think about your dreams and your passions. Do those things still matter to you? When you think about them, do they spark excitement?  Maybe now is the time to pursue those interests; take up

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

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