Keep up with goals on the weekend.

Rather than make weekends a time to let go of all goals and have a break from your healthy ambitions, make the weekend the no-excuse time to get in a workout and plan for wellness! You likely have somewhat more downtime on the weekend, less work (hopefully), and it should be easier to plan for … Continue reading Keep up with goals on the weekend.

Morning movement.

Beginning the day with a healthy start can lead to vast improvements in self-control, energy, positivity, and motivation. I am a firm believer in taking a few non-distracted moments to think in the morning, and some gentle movement can be a nice addition to this. Take the time to become aware of your body in … Continue reading Morning movement.

Overwhelm.

Everyone likely knows what it feels like to be overwhelmed. Often a feeling of overwhelm can be paralyzing in terms of getting through your typical routine, and certainly can drive you in the opposite direction of your goals. Frequent overwhelm is a sign something needs to change. The more you listen to your mind and … Continue reading Overwhelm.

Weight loss psychology.

Many of us know well all of the tools for losing weight. There are multiple sources, both free and fee based, to learn all about nutrition and exercise for weight loss. No matter how much we read about diet and exercise, no matter how much money we spend on the various sources for weight loss, lasting … Continue reading Weight loss psychology.

Health mistakes in your 30’s, not to repeat in your 40’s.

This article from SparkPeople rings very true for the way many of us live our lives unhealthily once kids and/or careers come along. Check out this article to pay attention to those things you have been doing against your health and wellbeing, and consider what changes you need to make moving forward with more health and wellness! … Continue reading Health mistakes in your 30’s, not to repeat in your 40’s.