Posts Tagged ‘Wellness’

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Your Next Meal Could Be Made With Love

Are you stuck in the habit of eating out?  How much do you spend for meals on the run or at your local eatery?  Are you feeling your best with the food you’re eating? Restaurants have convinced us that cooking at home is difficult, time-consuming and more expensive so we’ll keep eating out.  None of

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Sometimes It’s About the Little Things

Jon Kabat-Zinn, the father of mindfulness describes it as paying attention in a particular way without judgement.  I think of it as an awareness. Have you ever been so caught up in thought or activity that you didn’t know where the time went?  Do you ever find yourself stuck replaying a conversation or rehearsing something

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How to Combat Winter Blues

With the cold weather and the shorter days accompanying the winter months, we see dips in mood and energy levels at this time of the year. Studies show that 1 out of 10 Americans suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder or winter depression.

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Wellness Bytes – Are You Getting Your Vitamin N?

Wellness Bytes #13 It has been a long winter, but that is not  a good reason to sit at home.  Get those hiking shoes out of the closet and thumb your nose at that dirty snow.  If you are not getting your vitamin N, you could be feeling more stressed and unhealthy than necessary.

Wellness Bytes – Commitment to Health and Wellness

Wellness Bytes #1 Many people start their health and wellness journey with the best of intentions. What happens? “Life gets in the way” – family obligations, work, time constraints, television, parties; life starts passing you by and before you know it, your good intentions have faded, leaving you frustrated, guilty, or discouraged. The good news

Welcome to Integrative Health Coaching

As you are well aware – our nation is facing a major health crisis. We are aging, diabetes and obesity are epidemic, prescription medicines are becoming more expensive and many of us simply cannot afford our health care insurance costs. The good news is that our lifestyle behaviors can help to prevent and improve a