GR8NESS Author Anne

Anne

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Anne is a GR8NESS Contributing Writer, covering mental health, self-development, body, health, and pet care. She believes that self-betterment comes from addressing all aspects of the mind, body, and soul. When she’s not writing, you will definitely find her giving her dog belly rubs and reading the first half of every book she buys.

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4 Natural Remedies for Common Pet Conditions

If you are a cat or a dog parent, there's no doubt that you love them like family. That means you want to take the absolute best care of them and make sure they get the right treatments when they are not well. Your kitty or pup should see a...
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Setting Up a Productive Work-From-Home Space & Office Hacks

According to recent reports, more than half of the American workforce began working from home in response to the recent COVID-19 outbreak. With so many open workspaces and little way to avoid cross-contamination and direct exposure to individuals at the office, it makes sense. However, the new transition brought its...
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How Working from Home Affects Your Mental Health

Working from home affects each person differently. As the world climate changes more individuals are working remotely than ever before, some without knowing when they'll be back in the office. Major companies including Twitter, Facebook, Square, and Google state that employees can remain working remotely indefinitely, or at least for...
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How to Talk to Kids about Racial Injustice & Human Rights

With events unfolding around the world, it is more important than ever to learn how to talk to your child about race, human rights, and injustice. As the topic of civil rights is front and center, kids may have a hard time understanding what they see on the news or...
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Practicing Self-Care in Quarantine

While quarantine restrictions are beginning to lift around the world, many individuals are choosing to remain home. Whether it is protect your health, the health of a loved one, or care for kids, more people are stuck in the house than ever before. Myself included. At first, quarantine seems like...
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The Impact of Online Shopping & COVID-19 On the Environment

The COVID-19 pandemic is having a major impact on consumer purchasing behavior. While many local businesses are shuttered, limited to curbside pick-up, or operating at reduced capacity, eCommerce is still available. With many people staying at home, either under government orders or out of caution, online shopping may be the...
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Who Stress? Eustress? Good Stress.

Is all stress equal? Turns out it's not. While we know there is a link between stress and heart attacks and that stress can affect your body in a myriad of ways, there's another type of stress that may not be so bad for you after all. Eustress, defined as...
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Is It Possible to Reduce Stress Hormones?

Though stress is often perceived as a mental phenomenon when our brains race and we feel overwhelmed and filled with worry, it has biological roots. When an individual experiences stress, it is in response to the brain releasing chemicals that trigger "stress hormones" that flow through our body. The hypothalamus...