Last week I wrote about BRIGHT LINES: pre-set habits that can help you to take a solid stand in one small area of your health. What are some of your BRIGHT LINES? This week, diving head first (no pun!) into behavioral science, we’ll talk about keystone habits, and how...
Here is, as promised, the missing link for Super-Charge Your Wellness worksheet. Last week I said, “I saved the best for last.” The truth, of course, is slightly more complicated than that. These last two pieces of the health puzzle are both the beginning and the end...
It’s late. It’s been a stressful day. You aren’t hungry – it’s been only a couple hours since supper. Yet you feel this familiar emptiness lurking somewhere inside. And so here you are, staring into the belly of your fridge, deciding on the drug of choice...
Have you made your New Year’s resolution yet? If it includes becoming healthier, more flexible, loosing weight or finally addressing your stress levels, starting a yoga practice might be exactly the thing you need! Winter yoga session is starting tomorrow and there is...
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