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6 self-care steps for a pandemic — always important, now essential

April 16, 2020


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Rosie Pleis
April 28, 2020

The suggestions are all good. I have found looking for positve quotes and sharing them daily with friends and family via text and emails helps me stay more focused on the positves and remember all the things for which I have to be grateful. There are many creative and imaginative videos that share rhe lighter side of life to be found on the internet. Laughter is important in fighting the emotional strain this virus has caused.

Warrior Up Fitness | Coach Julie
April 19, 2020

Great advice and directions! Going to share it with my clients thank you 🙂

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