Aging Well, coaching, mental health, psychology, Uncategorized, wellness

Being the Difference

In healthcare you see it all: disgruntled patients and employees, managers and administrations with unreasonable expectations, burnt-out employees, but you also see some employees who no matter what go the extra mile to make everyone feel special. You see patients who are grateful through pain and illnesses for the life they've been given, as well… Continue reading Being the Difference

Aging Well, coaching, mental health, psychology, Uncategorized, wellness

If You Do One Thing: Socialize

Researchers are finding that isolation is a significant predictor of poor health outcomes, so why aren't we addressing loneliness in our communities?

Aging Well, body & health, wellness

How to Reduce Sugar From Your Diet

Sugar and I have a dysfunctional relationship. We usually hang out with each other daily, and although no good comes of it, we keep trying to make it work. We've broken up many times only to reunite sometimes days, sometimes months later. There's a lot of research to support the many evils of sugar. Most… Continue reading How to Reduce Sugar From Your Diet

Aging Well, body & health, coaching, mental health, psychology, wellness

Want to Reach Your Goal? Change One Thing!

Reaching your goals can be a simple process, all it takes is changing one thing. Use this simple technique and start seeing positive changes in your life.

Aging Well, body & health, mental health, psychology, Uncategorized, wellness

Adults Need Movement Breaks Too

There have been a lot of articles recently about the importance of recess or movement breaks for kids. Exercise in all its forms is crucial to healthy development, mental health and wellness. However, this need is not exclusive to childhood. Movement is as important for adults as it is for children. As parents and teachers,… Continue reading Adults Need Movement Breaks Too