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
(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
Part of the 52 Weeks of Healthy Habits for Bright Light Living Series. Set your intention for the day and then execute.
The Benefits of Making Your Bed Every Morning. A weekly habit--part of the 52 Healthy Habits for Bright Light Living series.
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.
I had a wakeup call this weekend . . . the call was from my body and it said, "Please be kind to me." Actually, the caller was not that polite. Instead, he DEMANDED RESPECT. And I had no choice but to oblige. I think a lot of us may have used COVID-19 as a … Continue reading Be Kind to Your Body
I am deviating somewhat from the "Healthy Habits for Bright Light Living" series. Instead of a brief posting providing a new weekly habit, today's posting will be a bit longer and somewhat of a repeat of an old "Healthy Habit" -- Reach Out to Friends. I felt moved to expand on this because I think, … Continue reading Reaching Out, Part 2
Has it felt as if COVID has taken you hostage? I know that in many ways, it has for me. And the reason – well there are many – is the lack of CONTROL that accompanies it. I do not have the power to make the virus go away, as much as I wish I … Continue reading Reclaim Your Life
I am a writer. Writing is my passion and love – and it is what I do every day, in some shape or form, whether in my day job, in creating novels or my blog. But, I did not always consider myself “a writer”. Instead, I considered myself to be someone who liked to write. … Continue reading Embrace Your Value
You will start that diet after the holidays. You will start working out next week. You will tackle your closet clean up next weekend. Does any of this sound familiar? It does for me. For those who have lofty intentions or have started working towards a goal but then "fell off the horse" there is … Continue reading Take a Why Not NOW Attitude
One positive thing that I have gained from this pandemic is the ability to let go of things--worries about what others think of me, FOMO (Fear of Missing Out), and people that, when pressed, would not have my back. I am not talking about my friends, who are all so amazing. What I am referring … Continue reading Surround Yourself With Those Who Have Your Back
There is a common occurrence that often happens when we set goals. We limit ourselves and set a cap on what we think is possible . . . for ourselves. I mean, it is okay for other people to obtain these goals. Right? How many times have we told ourselves, "those types of goals are … Continue reading Have a ‘Why Not Me?!’ Attitude