Category: Healthy @ Home BLOG

60 Seconds A Day Could Increase Your Chances of Achieving Your Goal!

Journaling has become a hot topic in Health and Wellness. With an already extensive list of benefits, researchers continue to study the effect journaling has on our thoughts and behavior. Journaling has been used to reduce stress, increase progress, improve writing skills, find inspiration, strengthen memory, and achieve goals. In fact, a study at Dominican University [...]
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Are You Tired or Wired?

All day you’ve been daydreaming of crawling back into your warm, comfy sheets. You get home, unwind, and when the clock strikes bedtime – you are suddenly full of energy. That second wind you’ve been hoping for all day finally decides to make its debut the moment you lay your head down. "It's very common for [...]
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Work Hard, Stay Healthy

It’s easy to forget about your health mission while on the job. Here are some tips and tricks to make your health a priority during your work hours. #1: Avoid the break room snacks! Unless someone brings in a veggie platter, break room snacks are typically a bad choice! These of course can be tempting but [...]
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My Heart is My Valentine

I don’t know about you, but every year when February rolls around – I begin to think about Valentine’s Day. I think about how I can show a little extra love to the people in my life. When I was young, I spent hours agonizing over which cartoon themed cardboard valentine I would hand out to [...]
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2022: The Year You Stick To Your Fitness Goals

In 2021, 91% of the New Year’s resolutions made in America were related to fitness. However, less than 8% of people see their goal to fruition. Here’s a few tips to stick with your fitness goals in 2022! Write them down Writing your goals down provides a visual. This makes your goals feel tangible and creates [...]
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Staying Hydrated and Setting Limits

This time of year it’s common for many to overdo it with beverages. People often underestimate the effects that too much alcohol, caffeine and sugary drinks can have on their mind and body. Moreover, beverages, alcoholic and non-alcoholic, can add empty, unnecessary calories to your day. Stay Hydrated The dry winter weather makes us more susceptible [...]
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How To Make Time For Exercise Over The Holidays

For many of us our days are jam-packed with work, caring for children, shopping, planning gatherings, meal planning, and the other dozen things on your daily to-do list. It can feel difficult to add time for exercising into the mix. Over the holidays you're most likely consuming more calories than normal, so remaining active is important. [...]
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Healthy Habits For Whole Body Health

Hopefully you've developed some healthy habits and routines with the help of our program. Don't throw it all aside for the remainder of the year! Whether you're planning holiday meals, getting together with friends, traveling, or at work - stick with your healthy habits. When you're eating healthy, exercising, and sleeping well - you're equipping your [...]
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The best gift you can give – is a happy YOU!

Tis’ the season to be overwhelmed and stressed out.   Let’s cut the Grinch a break– he was only acting out on the feelings we ALL have this time of year!  The primary source of holiday stress is the expectation to be jolly. The American Psychological Association (APA) determined that the top holiday stressors include lack of time, financial concern, [...]
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