Category Archives: Ergonomics
What Can Exercise Do For Your Brain? Health & Nutrition Update Tufts University Gerald J. and Dorothy R. Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy The number of nerve cells in the brain typically decreases with age, and the levels … Continue reading
Being relaxed, at peace with yourself, confident, emotionally neutral, loose, and free-floating — these are the keys to successful performance in almost everything you do. — Dr. Wayne W. Dyer
Learn from the struggles and mistakes of 2019. Start fresh and experiment with a new lifestyle change in 2020! “How do I try to change my lifestyle and find what works for me?” Establish S.M.A.R.T. Goals! If one goal does not work right now, … Continue reading
10 Rules of Emotional Health Take care of yourself. Take time to relax, exercise, eat well, spend time with people you enjoy and activities that you find pleasurable. When you are at the best, you can be the best that you … Continue reading
How will you be strong, physically, mentally, and emotionally, this week? What new goal (big or small) will you commit to this week? Each step is progress, a Win and Learn opportunity. Savor the journey.
4 Steps to a Deeper Gratitude Recognizing Try to recognize the small ways people show kindness to you. If you are not certain about another person’s motivation give him/her the benefit of the doubt. More caring may come your way than you are aware! … Continue reading
Make Gratitude a Habit! I am grateful for the Washington trails, and the peace and serenity of nature! 7 Habits to Become a More Grateful Person Send One Thank You Letter Each Week Write a thank you note to a friend … Continue reading