Month: October 2016

  • Monday Motivation

    “Feeling Awe may be the secret to health and happiness.” — Paula Spencer Scott   What is Awe? “Awe is the feeling of being in the presence of something vast or beyond human scale, that transcends our current understanding of things” (Keltner 2016). Awe can be an electrifying emotion experienced at the sight of the Grand Canyon (pictured […]

  • How Do My Talents, Skills, and Passions Help People

    If you want something you’ve never had, you must be willing to do something you’ve never done.” — Thomas Jefferson What do people thank me for? People admire my positive energy, enthusiasm, and consistency for maintaining an active, healthy lifestyle. From watching my mother jump up and down in her hot pink spandex leotards during her […]

  • Injury: Prevent Before Invent

    Don’t invent a new musculoskeletal injury – Prevent it. Perform the following exercises at your desk to prevent discomfort and injury. Long, stressed hours at your desk can create tight muscles, stiff joints, and decrease circulation. These exercises will relax muscles, increase joint range of motion, and improve circulation.   Bottom Line: Practice each exercise 3 times (unless otherwise stated) and feel better […]