Category Archive: Daily Challenges

WEIGHT CHALLENGE

When you’re hungry, everything in the grocery store seems to look a little tastier, including high-calorie snacks. If you shop on an empty stomach, you may end up spending more money than necessary… Continue reading

STRESS CHALLENGE

Stepping away from your daily grind to do even 10 minutes of deep breathing or meditation each day can help ease stress. It can also restore energy and calm. And that may help… Continue reading

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

Eating healthy during the week can be tough. After working all day, you may not have the time or the energy to cook. It’s tempting to hit up the drive through, order in,… Continue reading

STRESS CHALLENGE

Elections can be very stressful. People have strong views on a range of issues that matter a great deal to them. You may feel tense, anxious, or worried today about the results of… Continue reading

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

Many adults do not eat enough fresh fruit. If that sounds like you, think of ways to motivate yourself to eat more of it. First, stop and think about the host of health… Continue reading

WEIGHT CHALLENGE

If you’re trying to lose weight, you might think that skipping meals is a good idea. You might think that cutting out breakfast or skipping lunch can help you consume fewer calories each… Continue reading

STRESS CHALLENGE

Helping out isn’t just good for the people you help. It’s good for you too! Offer to make dinner or pick up dinner for your spouse. Bring a healthy meal to an ailing… Continue reading

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

Carbs give you energy in the form of glucose (sugar). They also give you lots of vitamins and minerals that your body needs. But not all carbs are created equal. Complex carbs are… Continue reading

FITNESS CHALLENGE

Our bodies become so accustomed to sitting all day long, it becomes an ingrained habit. But you can start to break your inactive habit by swapping out a little of your sit-down time… Continue reading

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

People who eat a plant-based diet tend to take in fewer calories and less fat than people who eat a meat-based diet. They also tend to weigh less and have a lower risk… Continue reading

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