How Eating Quality Foods Can Make All the Difference for You
How’s it coming with the holiday shopping and preparations? Hopefully you are taking time to enjoy this time of year and not getting too bogged down in the busyness of it all.
It can be so difficult during the holiday season to stay on track. We have so many social engagements, holiday parties, different events to go to, and even host some of our own. It is often a time for overindulgence, isn’t it?
Of course, it is always wonderful to have those special treats – you know, the ones we seem to save for the holidays! One of my family’s favorites is the Cranberry Bread I make.
In the past, I would just over-indulge and feel lousy about myself, feeling like I had no self-control – or my stomach would feel so bad from having over-consumed.
Many of us live by that counting calorie guide, and of course, we find ourselves way over the limit at this time of year.
Dodge Those Germs This Winter With These Helpful Tips.
Once Thanksgiving has passed, we generally tend to think the winter season has arrived.
Winter is typically a refreshing time of year that many eagerly await. Living here in Florida, I can’t say I love the cold, but I do look forward to the cooler days we have during fall and winter. Don’t get me wrong, we often do get down to freezing during the winter months, but I don’t miss the snow and biting cold!
Still, for most, winter does bring the colder temperatures, the beautiful blankets of snow over the landscape, the festivities with family and friends, and the anticipation of a brand new year right around the corner.
Staying on Track During the Holidays.
But to get to our final destination, we must hang on.
They say that success and failure are down the same path. You just need to keep going without giving up to get past the failures and to the success. And that can be hard.
I’m not here to tell you it’ll be easy. It won’t be. But it is possible to stick on that path, as long as you don’t give up.
It is important to determine what is a “mistake” to you.
6 Tips for Buying Healthy Foods Without Breaking the Bank
At this time of year, we are totally thinking about food. What are we going to feed our guests – what is it that I can take to my friend/relative’s house for Thanksgiving dinner.
Even though it’s that time of year that we tend to indulge ourselves, we can still add many healthy and delicious options to our menus. Of course, when it comes to eating healthy, we often think twice about buying the healthiest options at the grocery store because of the price.
Can you believe it’s already November? Halloween is over and Thanksgiving is just around the corner, quickly followed by Christmas! The time flies by so fast.
With the holidays approaching, it can be very difficult to stay on track with your health goals, as I am sure you are well aware. In this blog, I am going to give you some tips so that you go into the holiday season prepared!
“Accountability” is when you take responsibility for your actions. When you “own” them.
How Nature Walks Make Your Life Healthier: Several studies and research have shown that people who walk a lot in the woods or parks have reduced stress level compared with those people who walk in cities.
As part of my research I created this info-graphic “How Nature Walks Make Your Brain Healthier.”
The graphic mainly talks about:
• Why city dwellers need more walks.
• How walks in nature can boost your immunity.
• Why there is a need for more parks in cities.
• Physical benefits of walking that could improve your body.
• The benefits of Japanese forest bathing.