We all need the reminder to choose healthier nutritional options.
The pandemic came into all of our lives and gave us an additional source of constant stress that loomed large for years and still continues to give us pause.
Our days can be rushed flurries of stressful activity or serene windows of time filled with calm and grounded action.
Letting things go isn’t always the most zen experience.
According to the NEI (National Eye Institute) in this article, “dry eye occurs when the eye does not produce tears properly, or when the tears are not of the correct consistency and evaporate too quickly”.
I think it is important to focus on being thankful for all the things we are learning about ourselves and our ability to be resilient and patient.
Happy December! In an effort to gather up the motivation to resist holiday treats and stay disciplined with having an exercise routine, I’ve decided to make this the month to be motivated about staying active and not let the holidays or the end of the year be that excuse for waiting until January to thinkContinue reading “December theme – It’s time to stay active!”
Giving your all to absolutely everything isn’t always the most productive way to go. It’s funny how just going through the everyday routine can lead to a feeling of burnout when you least expect it if self care isn’t part of that routine. To avoid this, I think it is important to prioritize continually rechargingContinue reading “Avoiding the feeling of burnout – 8 simple strategies”
I sometimes equate exercise with purely cardio workouts and think of strength training as an added bonus to my fitness routine (if I have the time or feel up for it).
When writing this, I didn’t know whether I wanted to lament about how hard it is to be consistent with healthy habits or to share tips and strategies that have worked well for me in the past that I am kick starting again.