Tag Archive: Tips

WEIGHT CHALLENGE

Sometimes, all it takes is a few minutes to squeeze in some fitness. If you’re at your child’s soccer game, grab your running shoes from the car and do a few laps around… Continue reading

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

An eating plan can help you stay on track with your nutrition goals. You may be less tempted to grab fast food when you think about the great meal you’ve got planned at… Continue reading

STRESS CHALLENGE

When you’re done, review your list to see how you’re spending your free time. Ask yourself these questions: Why did I spend time on this? Did it help me reach my goals? Did… Continue reading

WEIGHT CHALLENGE

It can be easy to forget milestones you’ve hit when it comes to your weight loss goals. That’s why it’s good to stop and remember how far you have come. Maybe you’re walking… Continue reading

STRESS CHALLENGE

When we feel and act on a strong desire to ease suffering in others, we are acting with compassion. And research suggests that doing so on a routine basis may be healthy for… Continue reading

WELLNESS CHALLENGE

Strength training is good for more than just your biceps and triceps. It’s also a great way to keep the muscles that support your knees strong. This includes the muscles in your thighs… Continue reading

STRESS CHALLENGE

Asking questions is how you show interest and show others that you care. Find out how your loved ones are feeling, how their jobs are going, how their families are doing. Ask them… Continue reading

WELLNESS CHALLENGE

Drinking only moderate amounts of alcohol, or not drinking at all, is a key part of a healthy life. Drinking more than a moderate amount is known to cause serious health problems. It… Continue reading

STRESS CHALLENGE

Sometimes, in social situations, conflicts can come up. You and another person may want different things. This is when you have to negotiate. To practice this skill, ask for what you want and… Continue reading

WELLNESS CHALLENGE

We can feel stressed by things outside ourselves, such as traffic jams, a snarky co-worker, or an overly long to-do list. But sometimes, what is going on inside us can cause stress, too.… Continue reading

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