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Trade Fibro Shame for Acceptance and Better Quality of Life

Trade Fibro Shame for Acceptance and Better Quality of Life

Experience has taught me that trading fibro shame for acceptance leads to better quality of life. Is it a factor of my age? The length of time I’ve had fibro? Or is it that I’m in a better state of mental health than when I was first diagnosed with fibromyalgia in 2003? I don’t know. But today, I share the fact of…

5 Easy Ways To Build a Better Business Culture: Guaranteed

5 Easy Ways To Build a Better Business Culture: Guaranteed

The best opportunity you have to create a winning business culture is at the beginning. It’s easy to overlook or ignore culture when you’re in the startup phase because there’s just so much other stuff to worry about. Creating culture is not easy, by any stretch. It’s complex, it’s often misunderstood, and it’s easy to get it wrong. What is Culture? …

4 Questions to Ask Before You Hire A Web Team   

4 Questions to Ask Before You Hire A Web Team   

Every business today needs a website. To make sure you get the results you deserve, there are certain questions to ask before you hire a web team. There is no HomeStars or Better Business Bureau for website design and building companies, at least not in Canada. We have many clients who have had terrible experiences with website building. Either the…

The 6 Worst Foods for Fibromyalgia

The 6 Worst Foods for Fibromyalgia

We’re all different, and fibromyalgia manifests differently in different people. I’m no nutritionist or dietician, and I’m not a doctor. But after fifteen+ years with fibromyalgia, I’ve experimented, learned, tested, and done a lot of research.  There isn’t a single, standard diet that you can follow to improve your fibro symptoms. But there are some common problem foods to avoid.…

4 Ways My Fibromyalgia Led to an Eating Disorder

4 Ways My Fibromyalgia Led to an Eating Disorder

My predisposition to an eating disorder started early, in much the same way I believe my predisposition to fibromyalgia started early. I was 11 when I started my first diet. Grade five or six. I embarked on this diet with the full in-my-best-interest support from my mother, may she rest in peace, who was also always dieting. Ever since, until…

Focusing Your Brand’s Target Market

Originally published on www.kandyoutdoor.com FOCUS. It’s a powerful word in the world of an entrepreneur. FOCUS on your goals. Structure your day so you can FOCUS getting the important things done. FOCUS on your revenue objectives. FOCUS on your customers. There’s lots of advice available out there to help entrepreneurs and business owners FOCUS on what’s important. My personal experience…

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