STRESS CHALLENGE

The news can be upsetting. Every day there seem to be stories about crime, unrest, and natural disasters. It can take its toll, mentally and emotionally. If you’re having a hard time dealing… Continue reading

WEIGHT CHALLENGE

All too often, people spend their downtime lounging on the couch in front of the TV. That isn’t good for your health or your weight. So why not plan a fun physical activity… Continue reading

WELLNESS CHALLENGE

Making a meal using whole foods can be quick and easy. Grab a bag of pre-washed salad greens and chopped fresh veggies. Pick up a can of tuna packed in water and a… Continue reading

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

Try to avoid the vending machine for a midday pick-me-up. Instead, opt for a serving of fresh fruit or veggies. Think baby carrots with hummus, or a bag of crunchy snap peas. Or,… Continue reading

STRESS CHALLENGE

Art is a creative way to explore your thoughts and feelings. It can help ease stress and calm both your mind and body. Try doodling, drawing, painting, making collages, or building models. Expressive… Continue reading

WEIGHT CHALLENGE

Eggs are a popular breakfast item. They’re packed with protein. But if they’re fried in butter, they’re also loaded with saturated fat. Poached eggs are cooked in simmering water. They still have the… Continue reading

WELLNESS CHALLENGE

Life gets hectic, especially during the work week. And that can make sticking to healthy habits a little harder. Weekends can give you a chance to catch up. It may be a great… Continue reading

FITNESS CHALLENGE

These types of workouts can be found in many activities. Choose a wide range of exercises to fit in all types each week. For example, tai chi calls for both balance and flexibility.… Continue reading

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

Packing your own lunch has all kinds of benefits. For starters, it can help you save a few dollars. Packing your own lunch also gives you control to choose healthy meals and snacks.… Continue reading

STRESS CHALLENGE

Stand with your feet hip-width apart. Bring your left arm up and across your chest. Hold it to your chest with your right arm for 30 seconds. You can hold it either above… Continue reading

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