Monthly Archives: April 2018
Healthy Ways to Add Sweetness to Your Plate Easy Fruit Swaps Instead of… Sugar-sweetened yogurt with fruit. Try plan yogurt with fresh or frozen fruit. Instead of… Salad croutons. Try a handful of thinly sliced or cubed fruit, Instead of… … Continue reading
Spring has arrived and Summer is around the corner… …and your pants are fitting snug from the past holidays, Valentine’s chocolates, or too much boozing and munching during Spring Break. Is this you? Are you seeking motivators to move more and shed those … Continue reading
Are you struggling to lose those last 5 pounds to reach your goal weight? Do you have much more weight to lose and just can’t seem to maintain a consistent healthy, active lifestyle? Are you seeking ways to simply feel good and be happy? 5 Simple Tips to Lose … Continue reading
When the world feels like an emotional roller coaster, steady yourself with simple rituals. Do the dishes. Fold the laundry. Water the plants. Simplicity attracts wisdom. What simple tasks can you practice this week to calm your body and mind?
Healthy Recipe of the Week A Quick, On-The-Go Breakfast or After School Snack! Baked Blueberry Oatmeal Cups Ingredients 2 cups Rolled Dry Oats 1 teaspoon Baking Powder 1/2 teaspoon Salt 1 teaspoon Cinnamon 1/2 cup Banana 1/2 cup Coconut Oil 1 … Continue reading
When was the lasted time you failed? How did you feel? How did you cope? We all make mistakes, fail, or face rejection at different times in our lives… We are devastated and uncertain of our next step. What will we do next? How … Continue reading
Healthy Recipe of the Week Black-Eyed Pea, Corn, and Rice Salad Spring into April with some Fresh Leafy Greens! Ingredients 31 ounce can Black-Eyed Peas (drained, rinsed, no-salt added) 25 ounce can Whole Kernel Corn (no-salt added) 8 ounce Cooked … Continue reading
As the winter chill comes to an end, we need to continue one winter trend: Hygge Pronounced HOO-guh What is Hygge? It is a Danish wellness concept and often translated as “coziness.” A Danish anthropologist, Jeppe Trolle Linnet, Ph.D. refers to … Continue reading
Learn from the past. Focus on the present. Believe in the future.