Rosalie Moscoe, RHN, RNCP

Speaker, Consultant, Author

Specializing in Stress Relief and Nutrition


Health & Wellness

10 Ways to Achieve Positive Personal Power

Believe in Yourself

Positive Personal Power. What does this mean? It means having the strength of character, (even if we are afraid), to do what we know is right for us.

Sometimes we don’t know what is right. Life is trial and error and mistakes are merely lessons to be learned. We need to bolster our confidence, and learn ways to live healthfully. It must start with thinking positively – for every great act or accomplishment in our

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Healthy Wellness Steps to Combat the Mid-Afternoon Slump

It’s 3:00 p.m. and you can barely keep focused. Your eyes close as you’re sitting at your computer and you wish you could lie down for a little nap! You can’t figure out why this slump hits you so hard. The following are some reasons for your dip in energy along with wellness and stress-relief strategies that can keep you energized the entire day!

1) Are you just plain tired? Perhaps you’re not sleeping enough.

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Natural Ways to Beat the 4:00 O’clock Slump

Are you sitting all day, becoming sedentary? Are you eating a lunch with no protein? Are you eating desserts with sugar in them – such as ice cream, a piece of cake or pie? Do you have less than 6 or 7 hours of sleep a night? If so, you may be prone to a 4:00 o’clock slump!

Holistic Steps to Boost Your Energy!

1)     Move your body either early

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Tips for Surviving the Holidays

Want Less Stress for the Holidays? Holistic Tips to Keep Your Cool!

1)     Start by going for a walk or swim at least 3 x a week. Get your body used to activity. Pick up a book (or CD) on stretching or yoga and get limber. Start slowly and you will bring oxygen into your muscles (and brain). If you’re already doing these things, continue! Don’t let preparing for the holiday

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7 Steps to Instant Well-Being and Stress Reduction

News Updates from Health In Harmony

Exciting news! My book, Frazzled Hurried Woman! Your Stress Relief Guide to Thriving…Not Merely Surviving is now available at most Chapters/Indigo/Coles stores across Canada. The book will continue to be stocked in several more retail outlets – stay tuned for more events and book signings.

Coming Up: Book Signing

In Person – Rosalie Moscoe, on June 21st, from 12:00 Noon to 2:00 p.m. at Coles Book Store

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Easy Ways to Beat Job Stress and Create a Healthy Workplace

I was recently interviewed by Mark Borkowski, president of Mercantile Merges & Acquisitions Corp. Mark also writes for several business publications – the following article is the result of our conversation about workplace stress that appears in the January issue of the Canadian Business Journal. (see page 64 for the complete article).

Easy Ways to Beat Job Stress and Create a Healthy Workplace

Workplace stress can tear us apart. It plays havoc on

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Goal Setting Tips For Lasting Change

Making plans, setting goals are important. If we set our compass in the direction of our destination, we have a better chance of arriving there. So why do so many New Year’s resolutions fail, become good intentions instead of fulfilled plans?

You may be setting your goals too high….No more chocolate ever again! “Ha! That might last two days”. “I resolve to clean off my desk at the end of each day”. Another sure fire

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The Modern Day Woman’s Lament

The Modern Day Woman’s Lament

 I straddle the precipice between work and home.

The earth shifts beneath me and

Sometimes I think I’ll split in two.

Loving my work, loving my family . . .

It shouldn’t be a conflict, but often it is.

I want so much to be there for others,

For those I love, for myself

But my work draws me, taking on

A life of its own.


And like

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Tame Stress Overload with Activities to Suit You!

Each person is a unique being, dependent upon one’s upbringing, values, feelings, likes and dislikes. For some, stress remedies can include playing a game of golf. Just chatting with friends and enjoying the challenges of the game, being out in the sunshine gives ultimate anxiety relief for many. Another person may get so frustrated on a golf course that he/she would feel like throwing their golf club in the lake. Others would rather swim,

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Can Relationships Remain Solid with Working Moms and Stay-At-Home Dads

According to a recent study  led by Lianna Sayer of Ohio State University about employment and divorce, a husband’s employment staus threatens marriage, but a wife’s does not. While social pressure discouraging women from working outside the home has weakened,  pressure on husbands to be breadwinners has not. Working women it seems isn’t a cause for husbands to leave the marriage. For a man, not being employed not only increases the chances that

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8 Ways to Transform from Surviving To Thriving!
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