In this day and age, it’s easy to get wrapped up in other people’s lives. The highlights are spread all over social media, complete with filters, angles and selfies. On the surface, it looks like everyone has fantastic and amazing lives.
Sometimes we need to stop and evaluate our relationships to determine if those around us are helping or hindering us. Changing your environment may be necessary to help you reach goals, pick up better habits and grow your circle of influence.
When stress is high, cortisol, the stress hormone, rises. A rise in this hormone can trigger numerous pathways that can affect everything from our emotional well-being to our ability to build muscle and burn fat.
Have you known a woman who seems to have it all? She may not be the wealthiest or the most beautiful, but she carries herself with elegance and poise. And everyone seems drawn to her, both men and women alike. The best word to describe her?
I’d like to share some of the things that keep me on track and focused throughout the year. I hope these reminders help you to revisit your New Year’s goals and implement some strategies that will enable you to make 2018 your most successful year yet!
If you have put on a few pounds and are feeling uncomfortable from all the holiday cheer, you can incorporate these quick fixes to help relieve bloating and water retention.
Learning a new skill or even driving a different route home will result in a stronger brain; pounding the pavement, performing some HIIT or lifting weights will result in stronger muscles, bones and heart. Fortunately and unfortunately, in today’s society, things have become automated physically, yet our brains and stress levels are through the roof.
New Year’s is almost here. Along with that comes the overly optimistic setting of New Year’s resolutions. According to Wikipedia, 33 percent of participants set unrealistic goals, 33 percent don’t track their progress and 23 percent forget about their goals altogether.
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