When we make goals for the New Year, we should put a lot of attention on building new habits instead of trying to change everything at once. When you try to change too much at once, it can be a shock. This can make you give up before you reach the goals you really want to reach. Here's how to make new healthy habits that stick, since old ones are hard to break.
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.
By: Becky Brown, RPh, NBC-HWC
Three simple words that used to take my stress level from zero to sixty as soon as I thought them or heaven forbid someone else dared to utter them are – ‘what’s for dinner?’
By: Claudia Haller, NBC-HWC
For a moment, let’s rewind to March 2020. Where were you? What were you doing? We were on a family vacation with our two youngest while Aicha, our oldest enjoyed her semester in Madrid.
Welcome to a brand new year! What a year 2020 was. Here at VHC, we have been doing a lot of reflecting, preparing, and fine-tuning our mindset for the year ahead.