Posts Tagged as health

Where Could You Be Doing Better?

I'm visiting with my Dad while he's receiving dialysis, and I look around the room at the 20-or-so other patients having their blood cleaned, and wonder what our collective state of health has come to. There's a Maya Angelou quote that I love: "When you know better, you do better."  But what ...

My Top 5 Stress Management Tools

Boy, oh boy, it's been a crazy couple of months. Three wakes, a funeral, Dad in and out of the hospital every month, navigating family dynamics around that, diving into round two of downsizing in preparation for a move, facing the sadness of leaving dear friends, emotionally preparing to get ...

Shut Off the News

I can't remember the last time I watched the news. There's no way I'm letting that poison into my system. It's almost always negative any way, but throw in some Ebola and mid-term elections here in the US, and it's all out pandemonium. This is not to say I bury my ...

5 Steps to Flip a Blocking Belief

This week marks one year since I began my weight loss and health journey. It’s wild to think it’s been 365+ days since I made the commitment, and it’s crazy to see how far I’ve come. For so long I’d say to myself, “If only I started a year ago, ...

Are You Quick to Judge?

I’m sure you’ve heard about the fitness enthusiast mom from California who posted a photo to her website and Facebook page that features her decked out in tiny exercise duds, showing off her incredibly toned body. She’s posing with her three young children, and the tagline reads, “What’s Your Excuse?” The ...

Make the Connection

I’m walking down my street to head into the woods for a hike when I notice two people sitting in lawn chairs just inside the park. As I get closer, I see that it’s an elderly couple, probably in their late 70s/early 80s, each reading a book. I see the ...

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