live it active


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Live It Active: The Blog

This blog, like many, has evolved considerably in its four years of existence. It started out solely as a physical activity guide with some mention of food and nutrition. Today, it delves into many topics that affect our health – mental illness, the workplace, chronic disease, spiritual and emotional well-being, and our social interactions. Physical activity is still an important feature of this blog and will continue to be, but my view on wellness is much more holistic and thus, my blog should be reflective of this. Human beings need physical, emotional, and psychological health in order to find any semblance of balance in their life and it is my hope this blog can help you to find health, wellness, and balance. I look forward to exploring these topics with you and would love to hear your questions, comments, and opinions.

About the author

Morgan Craig-Broadwith is Advisor, Talent Acquisition at Cenovus Energy Inc. Formerly Health Services Advisor, ConocoPhillips Canada, Morgan had the opportunity to promote and protect the physical and mental health of all staff. Before that she worked as Manager, Workplace Mental Health, Canadian Mental Health Association – Calgary Region.

She completed her M.Sc. in Exercise Physiology in 2011 and her B.A. in Psychology in 2008, at Queen’s University. Morgan is committed to living a physically active lifestyle, but firmly believes in the importance of finding balance in all aspects of life. Ensuring physical, psychological, and emotional well-being makes for a more balanced, productive, and happier person – Morgan knows this from both personal and professional experience. An avid mountain hiker, downhill skier, runner, and practitioner of mindfulness meditation, Morgan continues to strive to find balance.

This blog has evolved from a hobby to a passion for Morgan and she would be thrilled to hear your feedback and ideas for future posts.

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  1. * JJ says:

    Thanks for making this blog – I found it because I am in my third month of exercise and I find it difficult to find the motivation to get to the gym, or to ride horses, or to go dancing (my forms of exercise). I like your thoughtful posts – it helped me get down to the gym today!

    | Reply Posted 5 years, 2 months ago
    • I am so glad that you have found the blog helpful! Best of luck with your new exercise regime. The most important thing is to find something you absolutely love doing and from your comment it seems you have done just that!

      | Reply Posted 5 years, 2 months ago


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