Being Your Own Cheerleader

Relying on others to boost your confidence isn’t a good way to build self esteem. Social media has become a big culprit of this problem. Not everyone is going to always be encouraging even when you’re doing fantastic things. That’s their problem they are projecting onto you. Being your own cheerleader is a way to[…]

Struggle to Find the Good

Having compassion and a positive attitude with others is so important. It can be so easy to get frustrated with someone and roll your eyes. To get a bit deeper… Why are they frustrating you? For example: people who made excuses… It can be irritating but more than likely they’re scared of change. Show compassion[…]

Plan To Move

Do you work a desk job? Feeling sluggish during the day? Getting up and moving can make you think faster, be more productive and efficient. Getting up and moving allows more blood flow through your body and brain. Eating every 2-3 hours through the day, drinking enough water (see blog about water to calculate what[…]

Exercise for Happiness

Happiness is KEY to finding what form of exercise is BEST for your body. Some people will tell you running is the best way to exercise your body. Others will say that weight training is the only option. We are all so different. Our jobs and daily life play a factor in what form of[…]

Just Move It

“Consciousness is only possible through change, change is only possible through movement” -Aldous Huxley Do you value your health? Do you brush your teeth every day? Regular movement should be on the daily to do list as well. Movement and exercise release our ‘happy hormones’, give us MORE energy, improve sleep, control weight, increases circulation…[…]

Sleep ZzzZZ

How often do you hear people say, “Sleep is for the weak.” Actually, lack of sleep will make you weak. Especially if you’re an active individual. Sleep is so important for recovery! Have you ever noticed after a good night’s sleep you can sort through problems better the next day, think more rationally and have[…]


This week a client was in and complaining of headaches. My first question was “How much water are you drinking each day?” Often headaches can be caused from dehydration. We are usually told to drink 6-8 glasses of water a day, which can be confusing. How much is in a glass? Do we need to[…]

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