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For the times when water just doesn't cut it... Homemade iced herbal tea

For The Times When Water Just Doesnt Cut It Homemade Iced Herbal Tea
Posted in Food! It's all about food.. at 24 November, 2016

Quick, healthy & TASTY recipes for busy veterinary professionals. We all know that water is good for us and we're supposed to be drinking lots of it but sometimes it just doesn't cut it. The days are also getting warmer, so the thought of a hot tea ......

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Posted by Judy Gillespie, Vetanswers
 

Start a Positivity Jar & focus on the positives in your veterinary team

Start A Positivity Jar And Focus On The Positives In Your Veterinary Team
Posted in Management at 08 November, 2016

Working in the veterinary industry it's easy to focus on the bad stuff - how about encouraging your team to focus on the positives instead? This week I saw a post from Coral Coast Veterinary Hospital on Facebook talking about their 'Positivity Jar' and I...

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Posted by Judy Gillespie interviewing Jen McLeaod, Veterinary Nurse, Coral Coast Veterinary Hospital
 

Immunity Broth - Help give those Spring colds a kick

Immunity Broth
Posted in Guest Blogger at 29 September, 2016

Quick, healthy & TASTY recipes for busy veterinary professionals Ok - I admit it. I think I bragged once too often about never having caught a cold this season and ended up with a bad one - sore throat, dizziness, coughing, sneezing and generally feeling...

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Posted by Judy Gillespie, Vetanswers
 

Your personality is not fixed - neuroplasticity means you CAN change your spots

Your Personality Is Not Fixed Neuroplasticity Means You Can Change Your Spots
Posted in 1. Mental health resources at 08 September, 2016

You can't teach an old dog new tricks a saying that is as old as the hills, but is it true? The first references to the concept of not being able to teach an old dog new tricks occurred back in the 1500's. This and the related saying, leopards can't chan...

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Posted by Dr Cathy Warburton, Make Headway
 

Are you successful AND happy in your veterinary job?

Success Is Liking Yourself Liking What You Do And Liking How You Do It 2
Posted in 1. Mental health resources at 14 July, 2016

How do we become, and stay, successful in veterinary practice? It has been said that success in veterinary practice comes when we have that sweet combination of clinical ability, interpersonal and personal skills. We in the veterinary industry are great a...

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Posted by Dr Cathy Warburton, Make Headway
 
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