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Tips for Better Breathing

Tips for Better Breathing

The overall health of your body, mind, and emotions is tied directly to how well you breathe. Here are some tips for Better Breathing – • Breathe in and out through your nose. Your nose is designed to prepare the air for your lungs by warming or cooling it, moisturizing it, and removing dust particles… Continue Reading

Everyday I Choose

Everyday I Choose

Every day, you and I get to choose our attitude, standards, behaviors and reactions. We get to choose the labels we give things. Hard, easy. Good, bad. Fair, unfair. Problem, opportunity. Catastrophe, lesson. We get to choose the way we look at our world and the situations, circumstances and events of that world. We get… Continue Reading

Lacking Energy?

Lacking Energy?

Lack of energy is rarely a physical condition. We may feel tired ‘physically’, but at the root of most energy depletion is ‘tired thinking’. Old beliefs combined with negative aphorisms create a mindset that affects our physical energy. We think about those things that negatively effect our lives. We say, or think to ourselves: I… Continue Reading

The challenge for US WEIRDO’S

The challenge for US WEIRDO’S

Our humanity brings with it something of a dichotomy in that our logical mind and our not-logical-at-all emotions are rarely on the same page. For many of us, there’s an ongoing internal battle because what we know (intellectually) and what we feel (emotionally) are often at opposite ends of the spectrum. That is, they don’t… Continue Reading

A life-altering epiphany

A life-altering epiphany

It’s a refreshing change of the weight loss tide that many experts are now focusing on DIET rather than EXERCISE. If you are not fueling your body with the right stuff, you are fighting an uphill battle that you will most likely never win. Furthermore, if you are one of those dedicated and disciplined counters… Continue Reading

For Most of Us

For Most of Us

For Most of Us! Our time is commonly referred to as the Information age, and with the click of a mouse we have access to more information than we can possible digest. We have never been more informed, educated or equipped (in terms of resources) to deal with obesity, to make informed decisions and to… Continue Reading