Track a Healthy Diet

This week’s Healthy Habit will focus on diet. While I will not tell you what you should eat, I will recommend that you make a conscious effort to eat healthy. I admit that I have struggled with this; I start out great—eating well, tracking my calories and intake, and then – boom – I give … Continue reading Track a Healthy Diet

Hold the Door for Others and Smile

I realized that this re-posting had to be modified given the current situation of social distancing and wearing masks. Even if it is hard to see one's smile through a mask, say HELLO, be pleasant, wish others a nice day.  Now more than ever, that extra personal touch is needed!  . . . You may … Continue reading Hold the Door for Others and Smile

Make Exercise a Regular Practice

Make Exercise a Regular Practice This week’s Healthy Habit involves the ugly big E-word. . .exercise. It is so easy to avoid. It is often dreaded and feared. It can be downright intimidating and hard to start doing. . .or sticking with. But, it is critical for so many reasons: - Your overall health (it … Continue reading Make Exercise a Regular Practice

Tackle the Hardest Thing on Your To Do List First

Procrastination is often the result of fear, the unknown, or downright lack of motivation. The hardest thing on your ‘To Do’ list is often the thing that is done last or put aside. And what happens? It looms, festers, and weighs on you like a nagging, anxiety-inducing annoyance. But when you tackle it first – … Continue reading Tackle the Hardest Thing on Your To Do List First

EXPECT to Achieve Your Goals

“If you would like to accomplish something, you must expect this of yourself.”                            - Wayne Dyer That sounds so simple. BUT, ask yourself . . . are you REALLY expecting to accomplish your goals when you set them? Or, are you setting … Continue reading EXPECT to Achieve Your Goals

Be Present With Your Family and Loved Ones

[Originally posted December 23, 2019] BE PRESENT with your family and loved ones.  Not just this holiday season, but as a daily practice.  Christmas is such a wonderful time of year--for many of us. For some, it is a reminder of the loved ones they've lost or from whom they are separated.  Sadly, this Christmas … Continue reading Be Present With Your Family and Loved Ones

Drink 8-10 Glasses of Water

Drink AT LEAST 8 -10 Glasses of Water Per Day This one little habit can make a world of difference in your health. There are so many benefits to drinking water—it keeps you hydrated, helps fight off infection (important, now more than ever), improves your circulation and complexion, boosts your metabolism, and can serve as … Continue reading Drink 8-10 Glasses of Water

Have an Attitude of Gratitude

(Originally posted December 12, 2019) HAVE AN ATTITUDE OF GRATITUDE Make a conscious effort to seek the good in all situations. Yesterday, my husband and son raked up the massive amount of leaves in our front yard (boo!), but in the process, they found my car registration that I had dropped and lost (yay).  Raking … Continue reading Have an Attitude of Gratitude

Lights Out by 10 p.m.

This week's Healthy Habit is simple, but maybe not so simple . . . go to bed by 10 p.m.  And if you don't think that is early enough for you, then adjust the timing to meet your schedule. You body's schedule. What this means is that the electronics are off. No browsing social media … Continue reading Lights Out by 10 p.m.