• Keeping Your Mind Top of Mind: Part 1 of a Series on a Life Well Lived

    Keeping Your Mind Top of Mind: Part 1 of a Series on a Life Well Lived

    By Samantha Morris, VP Digital Marketing The best life definition is always evolving and changes over time. It’s also dependent on your needs and what’s going on in your world and environment. We’re never a complete painting, so we must be flexible and adaptable, continually checking in with self on a regular basis to feel as fulfilled as possible. You […]

  • What’s Next? Atomic Habits by James Clear

    What’s Next? Atomic Habits by James Clear

    Editor’s Note:  At EXIT Realty, we strive to bring our readers the best in thought leadership through our series, “What’s Next?” featuring insightful books and documentaries we think you’ll enjoy. We are not affiliated with the authors/producers.  By Chad Morris, Staff Writer Have you ever felt inspired to make changes in your life, only for that newfound motivation to fizzle […]

  • Keeping Life Sweet: A Series on Getting Healthy with Diabetes, Part 4

    Keeping Life Sweet: A Series on Getting Healthy with Diabetes, Part 4

    This is the 3rd installment in a 6-part series by Staff Writer, Maegan Carrasquillo, on living with diabetes. Whenever I hear the words “mental health” I can’t help but imagine someone at their wit’s end, ready to rip their hair out. This may be in part due to the stigma often associated with many mental health issues, but for me […]

  • Stress Less and Start Living: Mindfulness Meditation, Part 2

    Stress Less and Start Living: Mindfulness Meditation, Part 2

    This is the 2nd installment in a 3-part series by Staff Writer, Chad Morris. We’re in the thick of a stress epidemic. While we can’t control external stressors like global politics and the economy, we’re not totally helpless. It’s now more important than ever to practice self-care, so we’re equipped to handle any stress life has in store for us. To […]

  • Forty and Still Feisty

    Forty and Still Feisty

    By Melanie Robitaille, Sr. Staff Writer Have you ever noticed that no matter how the happily ever after truism seems to play out in Hollywood or novel tales, the story always conveniently fades to an ambiguous end generally around the point of the middle-aged years in life? I’ve always believed that age is truly just a number and as such […]

  • Keeping Life Sweet: A Series on Getting Healthy with Diabetes, Part 3

    Keeping Life Sweet: A Series on Getting Healthy with Diabetes, Part 3

    This is the 3rd installment in a 6-part series by Staff Writer, Maegan Carrasquillo, on living with diabetes. The funny thing is I really thought exercise was going to be my downfall on this journey. For the most part I don’t eat that poorly and I’ve known for a long time that my diabetes care needed work so I was […]

  • Stress Less and Start Living: A National Crisis, Part 1

    Stress Less and Start Living: A National Crisis, Part 1

    By Chad Morris, Staff Writer The United States was the global leader for life expectancy in the 1960s, but this trend was short-lived, so to speak. Life expectancy in the U.S. has been declining for decades relative to other developed countries—it’s now 1.5 years less than the OECD country average. As of 2018, life expectancy dropped for the third year […]

  • Wellness in the Workplace

    Wellness in the Workplace

    By Sharron Richardson, VP, Broker Services Employers know how important it is to have healthy, motivated workers. This leads to a more productive and positive workplace for everyone. There are a number of factors that can chip away at a healthy workplace environment: the physical facilities, working conditions, even time of year (cold and flu season anyone?) Studies show, however, […]

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by / on November 19, 2019 at 10:03 am / in Wellness

Keeping Your Mind Top of Mind: Part 1 of a Series on a Life Well Lived

By Samantha Morris, VP Digital Marketing The best life definition is always evolving and changes over time. It’s also dependent on your needs and what’s going on in your world and environment. We’re never a complete painting, so we must be flexible and adaptable, continually checking in with self on a regular basis to feel as fulfilled as possible. You […]

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by / on November 1, 2019 at 4:00 pm / in Lifestyle

What’s Next? Atomic Habits by James Clear

Editor’s Note:  At EXIT Realty, we strive to bring our readers the best in thought leadership through our series, “What’s Next?” featuring insightful books and documentaries we think you’ll enjoy. We are not affiliated with the authors/producers.  By Chad Morris, Staff Writer Have you ever felt inspired to make changes in your life, only for that newfound motivation to fizzle […]

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by / on November 1, 2019 at 1:54 pm / in Health

Keeping Life Sweet: A Series on Getting Healthy with Diabetes, Part 4

This is the 3rd installment in a 6-part series by Staff Writer, Maegan Carrasquillo, on living with diabetes. Whenever I hear the words “mental health” I can’t help but imagine someone at their wit’s end, ready to rip their hair out. This may be in part due to the stigma often associated with many mental health issues, but for me […]

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by / on September 6, 2019 at 3:45 pm / in Wellness

Stress Less and Start Living: Mindfulness Meditation, Part 2

This is the 2nd installment in a 3-part series by Staff Writer, Chad Morris. We’re in the thick of a stress epidemic. While we can’t control external stressors like global politics and the economy, we’re not totally helpless. It’s now more important than ever to practice self-care, so we’re equipped to handle any stress life has in store for us. To […]

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by / on August 27, 2019 at 9:53 am / in Wellness

Forty and Still Feisty

By Melanie Robitaille, Sr. Staff Writer Have you ever noticed that no matter how the happily ever after truism seems to play out in Hollywood or novel tales, the story always conveniently fades to an ambiguous end generally around the point of the middle-aged years in life? I’ve always believed that age is truly just a number and as such […]

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by / on July 26, 2019 at 10:07 am / in Health

Keeping Life Sweet: A Series on Getting Healthy with Diabetes, Part 3

This is the 3rd installment in a 6-part series by Staff Writer, Maegan Carrasquillo, on living with diabetes. The funny thing is I really thought exercise was going to be my downfall on this journey. For the most part I don’t eat that poorly and I’ve known for a long time that my diabetes care needed work so I was […]

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by / on July 19, 2019 at 1:25 pm / in Wellness

Stress Less and Start Living: A National Crisis, Part 1

By Chad Morris, Staff Writer The United States was the global leader for life expectancy in the 1960s, but this trend was short-lived, so to speak. Life expectancy in the U.S. has been declining for decades relative to other developed countries—it’s now 1.5 years less than the OECD country average. As of 2018, life expectancy dropped for the third year […]

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by / on June 5, 2019 at 5:38 pm / in Wellness

Wellness in the Workplace

By Sharron Richardson, VP, Broker Services Employers know how important it is to have healthy, motivated workers. This leads to a more productive and positive workplace for everyone. There are a number of factors that can chip away at a healthy workplace environment: the physical facilities, working conditions, even time of year (cold and flu season anyone?) Studies show, however, […]

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by / on May 17, 2019 at 9:00 am / in Health

‘Tis the Sneezon!

By Melanie Robitaille, Sr. Staff Writer Like the sound of a robin’s song or the sight of crocuses in bloom, a sure-fire sign of spring is the first sneeze of allergy season. For those of us with environmental allergies, it often means regular allergy shots, pills, puffers and eye drops. We don’t dare leave the house without tissues at the […]

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by / on April 22, 2019 at 11:11 am / in Wellness

Live In The Elements

By Melanie Robitaille, Sr. Staff Writer Humans are more than mere flesh and bone. There’s a reason why we’re built to breath the air; why our bodies are made of water and are nourished by the warmth of the sun and the fruits of the earth. We aren’t just designed by nature, we’re a part of it. The societal shift […]

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