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False ME38 Lindsey Listens! Written by Lindsey Bateman, Editor of Life & Health Some people go to the end of the earth to find happiness, health, and clarity of life. I must say, surrounding myself with the people and things that I truly adore have in- turn created harmony in my own personal existence. Welcome to the Lindsey Listens section of MEME2 Magazine! As an Editor and writer of Health and Life, I pride my own life by living healthy and happy with each new day. I take pleasure in reaching out to others who embrace such values. I enjoy writing and editing passionate works on well- being and healthy focuses. I vow to my readers to take a stance on healthy issues and to create awareness of living life in the most fulfilling ways possible. Through research and experience I have come to the reality; Life and health are measured by love and happiness. With this thought in mind, I promise ( with the best of my ability), to listen to questions and concerns that arise in every day life from YOU the reader. I also make a pact to educate you while voicing my own personal opinion on a variety of health-related subjects. I hope that you will enjoy reading my continuous column, Lindsey Listens! And please feel free to put in your two cents by e- mailing: lindsey. bateman@ meme2magazine. com, because I will be listening! Lindsey, I work all the time during the week and I find myself unable to relax on the weekends. I normally resort to cleaning the house or bringing my work from the office home. How do I relax and enjoy my weekend time without working? * Anxious Dear Anxious, I completely understand your concern in regards to relaxation on the weekends. Many people find it difficult to unwind after a hectic work week. But there is great news: Hope is out there! Whenever I find myself stressing over issues such as these I relax with a nice therapeutic massage or pampering day at my local salon. On days where I need an extra boost I discover joy in a lovely pedicure session. After speaking with many podiatrists across the nation, I have found, “ Applying pressure to over 30 muscles in the foot rids stress and tension from the mind and body.” But who can afford pedicures every weekend? Yoga is a great way to de- stress the mind of unnecessary worry while also providing exercise to the entire body. But if you are not up for yoga, you could try taking a walk in the park, or even calling a close friend for conversation. Good luck! For Real