December is a busy month! Many of us love the holidays, yet when you get past the anticipated special moments, there is far more demand on each of us. Will you come through the holidays with positive outlook or will you claw your way through to the end? Read more
Struggling with Allergies is real! You may have more trouble in the spring, but many find that allergies persist throughout the year, especially in the humid south. Those symptoms are signs of your immune system being both weak and overburdened. Your body isn’t trying to make your life miserable but is seeking to keep you safe. But it needs your help! I’m here to offer you some great natural remedies for allergy relief!
One of the first steps you could take is to eliminate dairy from your diet and observe how your body responds. For many people, dairy promotes excess mucus formation and congestion and is a common food sensitivity that can cause inflammation.
Jotting down everything you eat throughout the day can unlock so many clues as to what foods work best for you, and what foods may have a negative effect that you haven’t noticed until now. I want to talk with you about food journal benefits and what you can discover by recording what you eat!
It can be as simple as carrying a small notebook with you, or even as quick as downloading a Food Journal app on your phone to keep track. There are many great ones to choose from if you search for “food journaling” in your phone’s app store.
Here’s what you’ll discover about yourself when you start keeping a food journal.
Are you in full spring-cleaning mode, yet? Tidying up your home and cleaning its surfaces can breathe such a breath of fresh air into your life. Provided your cleaning products are not adding more toxins in the process. I’d like you to try some eco-friendly cleaning products to shine up your home.
The majority of the household cleaners we see in the store and advertised in media contain chemicals that can make it hard for us to breathe, cause our eyes to water, or even lead to health concerns we certainly want to bypass. These damaging chemicals are found in everything from your fabric softener that gets clothes feeling snuggly to your soap-scum remover, and everything in between.
Do you ever feel like you’re giving too much of yourself? What about making time for doing more of what you love? What about Making Time for Me!?
With the coming of spring, there’s no better time to do some spring cleaning in your personal life to get back more of what you put out there.
I have often used the illustration of putting on your oxygen mask. If you have flown recently and heard the safety briefing, you know they recommend the adult putting on the mask before helping a child. You have to fill yourself up to have a supply from which to pour out.
How can you drink more water? It’s easy. I’m fairly confident that you are not reading this in a desert where you have limited access to water. Even US desert cities have reliable water supplies.
Your body is made up of approximately 75% water, which is why it is important to stay hydrated throughout the day. I notice that more and more people order water when they eat out, but that isn’t an ideal time to consume a lot of liquid. Drinking more than a cup of water or other liquid with a meal can impair digestion and nutrient absorption by diluting stomach acid.
I think you would agree that daily workouts can be quite difficult to fit into a busy schedule. Have you thrown up your hands and abandoned this goal altogether? The all-or-nothing mindset so common when considering exercise and other practices that benefit your body is harming your health. Let’s talk about how we can put that mindset to rest and how to incorporate wellness into your day.
Let’s start with the definition. A workout doesn’t have to mean an hour and a half of sweating at the gym. Whew! There are ways to sprinkle wellness into your everyday life, and even into your workday.
Does it seem to you that the years fly by faster each year? 2018 was no exception. We get wrapped up in our schedules – work, family, life – and before we know it, the seasons have passed and we’re making holiday plans again with our loved ones.
And how ’bout those New Year’s Resolutions? We proudly proclaim them at the beginning of each year with the best of intentions. We really mean to accomplish them, but nearly all of them fall flat before Spring, sometimes before the end of January.
There are many reasons why this happens. To stick with your resolutions – shall we call them goals? – you must be realistic about them. Here are some tips for creating your Realistic New Year’s Resolutions List you’ll actually keep so that you can celebrate successful change by December.
Whether you celebrate Christmas or Hanukkah or Kwanza, the holidays can be a great time of joy for many. But for others, they are filled with anxiety and stress. Sometimes, even for those that love the family get-togethers, the stress of holiday shopping, finances, and hosting relatives can tear them apart. Let’s talk about ways to stop stress eating during the holidays and enjoy the happy activities and time with your family.
When stress hits at this time of year, it’s easy to turn to that tray of cookies for moral support. After all, cookies won’t criticize you about your life choices the way your family will.
But that’s not healthful … and you know it. Plus, you’ll feel even less joy when you realize you’ve undone this year’s hard work toward wellness. If you find the holidays cause you to gobble down more than you should as a way to cope with the stress, I am offering you these tips for curbing the stress eating before the first tray of cookies is introduced.
The holiday season brings a great deal of joy and warmth. There’s something extra special about this time of year — but it doesn’t come without challenges. A great deal of added stress is seemingly dumped on our plates, and we find it hard to catch our breath. The pressure of finding gifts, rushing around attending added events, hosting people at your home, visiting relatives you miss during the year and even having to deal with those that aren’t always a joy to be around. Maybe this is the time to talk about how to have a stress free holiday season?
This season really can be enjoyable and heart-warming, even with the stress involved. Walking into this time of year with a great mindset and some helpful reminders gets me through every year… and I’d love to share my tips on how I do this with you.
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