Repost from Dr Amy Lee. Holidays and special occasions are the easiest time to overeat and wreck your diet. All that delicious food is just so tempting… That’s why studies have shown that people often eat up to 4,500 calories during a holiday feast. That’s two whole days of food… in one meal! Talk aboutContinue reading “Avoid Holiday Over-Eating”
It’s Spring; time for a new mental attitude and new beginnings.
It’s that time of year again: tax season.
If you are like many people, you feel increased stress around April 15. Tensions can run high from the pressure of getting the forms filed on time or coming up with the funds to pay your (hopefully not too big) tax bill. But you owe it to yourself to keep your stress under control as much as possible.
Now that the weather is getting nice, you may be tempted to forgo your resistance training and head outdoors for some aerobic exercise in the fresh air. But beware: if you give up your resistance training, you will be giving up more than you bargained for.
It’s a great time to come face to face with our excuses for not getting fit and healthy. Excuses pile up just like the clutter that we accumulate in our houses, but it’s time to come clean.