Getting started on a new week can be hard sometimes. This article from the New York Times provides a structure for a productive week. Hope you find it motivational!
Follow the link above to a fantastic guide to mindfulness. Kids' brains are like sponges-think how easily learning a language comes to them. This is a gift to share with your children, yourself and your family.
Meditation sounds like a pleasant thing to do but research shows that it is so much more than that. Read, and then do!!!!
Sometimes feeling out of control can mean eating or drinking more that we want. Then we pile on the negative self-talk and additional pounds or feeling hung-over and the impulsiveness which led of to those behaviors increases. This article discusses how exercise can make us feel less impulsive. It's good! https://nyti.ms/2k28E4r
https://nyti.ms/2ynYJbE Being diligent about healthy eyesight and hearing can affect your cognitive ability later in life. As this article discusses, attending to your hearing and eyesight keeps your brain healthier and you more engaged in life. Being able to see and hear well helps us to stay connected to others. Do It!!!
Stroke Support Group for Families
I am currently forming a support group for families of stroke victims. Please contact me if you would be interested in sharing experiences, feelings and strategies with others who have gone through this traumatic experience. Often it is very comforting, helpful and hopeful to connect with others who have had similar challenges and experiences.
My email is: firstname.lastname@example.org
My phone#: 502.436.9504
Better Mood! Improved Cardiovascular Health! Better Brain Performance! Better Sleep! Reduces High Blood Pressure! and.....Increases Life Span by 3 Years!
Sounds amazing, doesn't it?
Wellness doesn't have to be painful! Research is showing that running 5 minutes per day or walking 15 minutes can drastically improve your quality of life. You are worth it and owe it to yourself and those who love you. Do it!
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