What started as a fun way to share recipes and stay in touch with others, the “What to Cook During a Pandemic” Facebook group turned into a cookbook and fundraising initiative for Calmer Choice.
Calmer Choice is pleased to announce new and returning board members for 2021.
I took an 8-week class at Calmer Choice last Fall. I am grateful because I learned many things about the practice of mindfulness and I also learned a lot about myself.
It’s hard to believe we have rolled into 2021 already. This past year time has seemingly stood still at times, as well as accelerated. We are moving into 2021 with the grit and determination of expanding in ways that we never imagined.
The pressure to make the holiday season merry and bright can also exacerbate depression and other mental illnesses. In this blog post, Calmer Choice Board Member Christina Bologna provides her tips on how to stay mindful during the holiday season.
In this annual report, we celebrate the 10-year anniversary of Calmer Choice and look back at our organization over the years in the fun format of a school yearbook!
In a time when almost everyone seems to be experiencing new or worsened anxiety, it is worth looking a little deeper as to what this cause might really be.
We are excited to announce that Calmer Choice is beginning a partnership with Dominican University, a well-respected college in California. Calmer Choice will be offering our virtual 8-week course for educators to earn graduate credit.
In this newsletter we share a letter from CEO Fiona Jensen, provide a programming update, highlight a Business Alliance Partner, introduce a new member of our Board of Directors, and promote upcoming mindfulness events.
Our newest member of the Board of Directors, Shaelyn Hegarty is a true Cape Cod native. She is a licensed real estate agent, graduating from the Isenberg School of Management at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, with a degree in Marketing and Information Technology.