By: Claudia Haller
I have mentioned previously: We are moving. Actually, we are relocating. This adds another layer of stress in my opinion. I can’t tell you how many times the word “simplify” crosses my mind each day.
Less stuff – less things to take care of – more time – more energy. Easy!
How does this relate to meals? Let me explain:
We have been introduced to more diets and types of eating than we can count on both hands in our lifetime. It seems as if there is a new fad to learn about every few months and explore if it's "the one" for us. The truth is, though, these diets often cause stress and set us up for failure. That's precisely why they never pan out the way we hope.
If you've struggled with putting a sleep routine into place, let this be the year you take a step to make a change. Think of your sleep hygiene as a series of sleep habits. These habits can drastically improve your ability to not only fall asleep more easily but to also stay asleep and wake up rested.
I’m not sick sick, but I feel icky and blah, and lethargic and hopeless. What I’m feeling feels both physical and psychological. And they seem to be tied together. It’s like when my psychological side (re: mindset) starts to improve then my physical side fails me.
Healthy and sustainable weight loss can be tricky and frustrating. With hundreds of fad diets on the market promising quick and easy methods to lose weight, along with conflicting reports in the media, it can be difficult to know where to begin.
By: April Likins, NBC-HWC
If you want to feel your best inside and out, it starts with a good night's rest.