Healthy habits for families.

Here is a nice article from Reader's Digest with multiple tips for creating wellness within your family. The tips can be used for singles as well, or think friends, etc! Finding ways to incorporate habits of wellness into families can increase the wellbeing of each individual, and make the family unit feel so much better. … Continue reading Healthy habits for families.

Habits for wellness.

For March let us focus on habits! Our lives are really just a series of habits... some good and leading to positive results... some not so good and contributing to those things we likely want to change. Thinking of life as a series of habits can be a powerful tool to change your thinking, change your behaviors, … Continue reading Habits for wellness.

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.

Learn your stress reaction.

Stress is a condition or feeling experienced when a person perceives that "demands exceed the personal and social resources the individual is able to mobilize." - Richard S. Lazarus Essentially, we feel stressed when we feel things are out of control. Stressors can be both positive and negative events and situations, but when they become … Continue reading Learn your stress reaction.

Small changes, big results.

All too often, when we begin a weight loss goal, we are so motivated to lose the weight we take an all or nothing approach and do too much too fast. While the motivation is admirable and a key to success, making too many changes at once can lead to failure in the long run. … Continue reading Small changes, big results.