Do yourself a favor and take your body to the cleaners in 2014. No, I’m not talking about the dry cleaners, laundry mat or your local car wash. I’m talking about something a little more deep – like a total cleanse for your mind, body and spirit. There’s no better way to start the New Year than with a clean, healthy body. Here are two of my favorite ways to do away with the old in order to bring in the new.
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You’ve got a plan. Motivation is there, too. But do you have all the tools you need to follow through with your healthy New Year’s resolutions? These essentials will help!
Even if your health is not top priority, it shouldn’t get shuffled to the bottom of the deck. Remember that your body is your temple, and you only have one body and one life. That’s why I urge you to take good care of it — from the inside out AND outside in! Though it can seem like a long, hard journey to find body balance in a rather un-balanced world, I promise you can get there in only five easy steps. Read more →
You may have circled a couple of red-letter days on your calendar—days you know are going to be stressful. Maybe you’ve got a deadline approaching at work, a dental appointment or a wedding to attend. During these times, at least we’re able to plan ahead, implementing coping techniques and relying on support from family and friends.
All the creamy dips, cheesy casseroles, fried meats and flavored drinks you consume over the holidays are bound to hit your body hard—causing digestive issues, weight gain, mood swings and more. One way to bounce back is with a quick detox to flush toxins from your system, improve circulation and make you feel more energized and ready to face the New Year ahead.
I grew up in the ‘80s – the era of fruit punch and boxed mac and cheese. I didn’t give much thought to what was good or bad for me. My single, working mom, an avid veggie lover and modernized hippie, cooked homemade meals when she could and did her best to make good choices for our family when she couldn’t. As I got older, I became aware of the good habits she had instilled in me. And when I had my own children, I realized how important it was for me to help them understand how to make healthy choices in today’s even more complicated food climate.
Content & recipe courtesy of Pam Higgins, Certified Health Coach
Fall is back-to-school time for most families with kids. Back to school means getting back into the routine of waking up early, being on the go, participating in extracurricular activities and more. It also means less time for meal prep–and even less time to cook and eat your meals. Staging your kitchen is a simple way to set yourself up for success when it comes to healthy eating. Eating well will help fuel your activities and lifestyle, contribute to better moods and result in less burnout and fewer reasons to grab fast food or junk food.
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