Victoria’s words never cease to touch my heart. Check out this fabulous lady and let her words move you.
You are what you eat.
The nutrients (and chemicals) from your food are the building blocks that your body must use to carry out your body functions. If you don’t give your body the right fuel, how could it possibly function properly?
This infograph explains the many ways in which your guy is connected to your brain. Continue reading
Most of us have so many responsibilities that it’s easy to forget to take care of ourselves. This is a major pitfall for our health and well-being. Self care has to come first if we want to live a healthy life and be able to positively impact those around us.
At first, you may feel silly, or even selfish, about prioritizing a bath, yoga class, or 20 minutes of silence. Especially when you’ve got homework to do, or an early morning, or kids who need baths, or any other number of things that seem more important. I’m here to tell you once and for all – Self care is important.
Self care refers to the many, unique ways you respect, restore and manage the different facets of your well-being.
Self care makes you a better friends and best. When you feel happy and confident, you will be able to help others and value yourself. Self care activates the relaxation response (counter to the fight-or-flight response) which helps to prevent adverse health implications of chronic stress. Continue reading
Let your vision drive your transformation. Create the life your imagine.
Goals are important. They give you the action steps, the ‘how’. Vision, on the other hand, is the ‘WHY’. Create your own vision that embodies your values.
Be specific and clear. Identify your core values, your passions, your purpose, and how you envision your life. This vision may shift over time and that’s okay. The aim is to always have one so you know WHY you’re doing what you do and keep moving forward.
What’s your why?
Let whatever you do today be enough.
Give yourself credit for showing up for yourself. Respect how far you’ve come and all you’ve accomplished. Say thank you to your mind and body for getting you to here. Just keep doing and moving and breathing. That is how you will get to where you want to be.