Do You Believe Everything That’s Advertised On TV?

Americans are intelligent people, who research just about every big purchase before spending their money. We are free to choose what we want to eat, what we will where, be and do each day. I bet that if you were to buy a flat screen TV, you would do your research.  You may find out about the brands sound and …

Stop Throwing Money Down the Drain! 13 Secrets to Eat Well and Save Money

It’s possible to EAT WELL and get healthier, even on a tight budget.  Like anything else when you plan you succeed but when you fail to plan you plan to fail. Here are 13 tips, tricks, and sites to help you eat well without breaking the bank: Make a plan and shop for it. Take the weekend to choose your …

Proof That These 10 Big Wellness Trends of 2017 are Here to Stay

The world of health and wellness constantly changes. In order stay on top of your health, check out 10 Wellness Trends with staying power in 2017.  Some of what’s already hot and trending in 2017 will remain at the top of the charts. Workplace Wellness is on the Rise Rest Easy, Keep Active, Eat Well, Accomplish More and Have a …

Do This Everyday for 3 Weeks For Better Skin & Weight Loss

Drink more water! I know you’ve heard those words before and it sounds so simple; yet most of you won’t do it.  Did you know that if you simply just give it a try for 3 weeks it should become your BEST new HABIT, especially when you see that you have better skin and simple weight loss!!   Let’s start …

Don’t be Another Casualty of the 21st Century’s Next Disease….Sitting is the New Smoking

Sitting is the new smoking…no matter how you look at it, it’s bad for your health. Most employees’ sit for long periods of time at a desk, commuting (sitting) or sitting in airports and on planes. When you factor stressful days into the high inactivity levels, many people experience, the population begins to experience both physical and mental tolls on …

How to Reduce Your Stress Simply

What’s worse Stress or your perception of the stressful event?  Research confirms that the perception of stress can be more relevant than the stress itself. I’ve thought this fact to be true for years; it’s our perception of stress that can be more harmful than the stressor itself. You and I each perceive and deal with stressful situations differently. Imagine, todays the date …

Too Little Too Late to Stop Stress, Disease?

58 is the average age people decide to make healthier choices. Stress affects everything ranging from mood to disease risk. Heart Disease, Cancer, Autoimmune Disease, Diabetes, and Obesity risk can be minimized with simple lifestyle habits. To little to late? Disease can actually take 10 years to present itself with symptoms sending you to the doctor. Imagine the disease statistics you made a conscious …

Sugar Has a Dirty Secret: It’s Designed To Make You Need More….Learn How To Break The Cycle

Diets are meant to be temporary, that’s why Weight Watchers and Jenny Craig are in still in business. Sugar is designed to make you NEED more.  Often diets fail because of their restrictive nature. Cutting chocolate, cheese, coffee, alcohol, bread and chips out of the equation entirely merely makes these delicious foods even more desirable. You can only deprive yourself of ...

Be productive and get your to-do list accomplished without distraction

With an ever-expanding to-do list, you can quickly feel extreme overwhelm. Bad habits often impact productivity, and it’s time to get ahead of your to-do list.   What’s the solution?  Make like a ninja and attack these productivity sinkholes to work smarter—not harder. Develop and hone these new habits to stay productive and on track: Pay Attention to You Set your boundaries …

Corporate Wellness Programs- Successful and Acceptable to Employees?

The Carrot (or the Stick, Depending on Your Perspective) Incentives come in carrot and stick varieties, and really, it’s just two sides of the same coin. Whether the employer is offering an incentive or a disincentive is a matter of which side of the message you’re standing on. Frankly, there is little evidence to indicate that financially prodding employees leads …