What is the one thing that can make you slimmer, healthier, smarter, better-looking and even super human without ever lifting a finger?
Like an awesome red cape that protects us from disease, chaos, and bad choices, sleep effects the way we look, feel, perform and impacts our quality of life. Continually not getting enough effects our quality of life, impairs judgment, decreases productivity, shortens memory and in short, makes us unpleasant to be around. Continue reading
Summer is almost here and with a rise in temperature comes weekends on the water, nights at the ball field, and tan lines. A season typically known for its carefree vibe, the warm summer sunshine has a way of lifting spirits even after the gloomiest winters.
The increase in heat also means a decrease in clothing. Shorts, tank-tops, and swimsuits are commonplace come summertime, and while they are a great way to keep cool, baring even modest amounts of skin can leave some feeling overexposed, anxious, and self conscious. Continue reading
Mother’s Day may have come and gone, but the women in our lives remain near and dear to hearts. This post is for them though most of these points apply to men as well . . .
We took a poll around the office:
What is a “strong” woman? Continue reading
I can hear it in my office. Can you hear it in yours?
It’s that awkward silence after a co-worker has sneezed for the hundredth time and no one around them has the energy to say, “bless you” (again).
Heralded by sneezes and sniffles, the sounds of allergy season are here. Continue reading
What is your kryptonite?
If you’re overconfident in your ability to make healthy choices, your compliance could suffer. You might wonder how that can be. Isn’t confidence a good thing? Yes . . . to a point. We all have weaknesses. Failing to acknowledge them could lead to blind spots. Temptation is easier to manage when you’re honest about what you can and cannot handle.
Here are some suggestions for practicing humility and productive pessimism: Continue reading
Here’s an interesting paradox: people who eat at Subway tend to consume more calories than people who eat at McDonald’s. How can that be? You’ll find out soon enough. If you want to stick with a healthy lifestyle, then you need to get out of your own way. Here are five surprising ways you’re sabotaging your fitness progress.
Valentine’s Day may be a distant memory but relationships don’t bide by a calendar. Who says dating has to involve food and drinks? Active dates will help you grow closer to your partner and a walk in the park can be just as rewarding as time in a fancy restaurant. Need more convincing? Check out these five surprising benefits of exercising with your partner. I’ll also share four practical considerations to help you get started. Continue reading
Have you ever had a role model who inspired you to become a better version of yourself? If so, you know positive influences can make a huge difference in your life. It’s nice to have somebody to look up to, especially when you’re struggling with a difficult situation. If you’d like to return the favor to your friends and family, check out these six ways to be a positive influence for the people you love. Continue reading
Sometimes it isn’t easy to convince yourself to exercise. Grueling hours and hectic days can leave you feeling so exhausted that working out is the last thing you want to do. Sound familiar? Please know you’re not alone. According to the CDC, less than half of American adults are getting enough exercise. If you don’t feel like exercising, these seven things might motivate you to get off the couch. Continue reading
Wow. Is it 2015 already? It’s funny how time seems to fly by faster and faster with every passing year. Most people will use this opportunity to pause and reflect about their place in the world. Roughly 45% of them will resolve to improve their life in some way. Only 8% of them will achieve their new years resolution. If you want to be one of the few who succeed, watch out for these five common mistakes. Continue reading