Physical Activity for Health and Well-Being

Physical Activity for Health and Well-Being

When I was 41 I started experiencing extreme tiredness, stomach troubles and body aches. It got so bad that I spent many an afternoon lying on the couch. After a while I discovered the trouble. The beginning of menopause. I shared some about this time on this blog....
The Road to Good Health is a Journey

The Road to Good Health is a Journey

A few years ago I thought my health was fine. Sure, I took a few different medications. One for stomach issues (Irritable Bowel Syndrome or IBS), one for when the first one for stomach issues didn’t do it’s job, another for a bit of anxiety, a few over the...
January Health and Wellness

January Health and Wellness

We have had a very mild winter. We do have snow on the ground today but for the most part this winter as been super mild. Which is good in some ways (comfort) and not so good in other ways (we need snow to help with the drought).  Even with the mild winter we’ve...
Adding Daily Movement for the Office Worker

Adding Daily Movement for the Office Worker

Why Move at Work? We’ve all seen the reports lately that say a sedentary lifestyle is dangerous for your health, increases your waistline and your risk for cardiovascular disease, diabetes and obesity. Experts recommend 30 minutes of moderate exercise today, but...
The Need for Movement

The Need for Movement

  Have you heard sitting is the new smoking? “For people who sit most of the day, their risk of heart attack is about the same as smoking” ~ Martha Grogan, cardiologist, Mayo Clinic The scientific community has even dubbed this “sitting disease.”  It’s not...
5 Movement Practices to Feel Great Every Day

5 Movement Practices to Feel Great Every Day

Why Daily Movement Practice? Everyone knows that abs are made in the kitchen and that if you focus on eating well 80% of the time, you’re right on track. Did you know that focusing on your movement is just as important? I’m not talking about spending an...

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