We have all heard the saying “a body in motion tends to stay in motion,” also known as Sir Isaac Newton’s First Law of Motion, the law of inertia. It is also true that a body in motion tends to keep our brain in motion. It has been shown in recent studies that regular exercise may be one of the single most important things you can do to reduce your risk of dementia.
When you're wanting to make some BIG changes in your life, it's easy to feel overwhelmed and can be hard to take that first step. How do you begin to make meaningful health changes?
On scale of 1-10 what number would you give yourself when it comes to struggling with feeling like good enough never is?
This “simple” quote can apply in so many areas of your life. Maybe you’re fully aware that nothing ever seems good enough or maybe this concept sneaks up on you from time to time without you even noticing.
Have you ever been working non-stop, working so hard to get or stay ahead... then you get your kids' artwork and realize you could learn a thing or two from them about priorities? This seems to happen far too often. I think it's time to take note and take inventory.
This week we celebrate Thanksgiving. It’s an opportunity for us to slow down and a chance to be intentional, thankful, and grateful for all the good we have in our lives.