If you can’t see hurdles, you’ll run right into ’em without ever knowing they were there. Said another way, watch where you’re going or you’ll bust your ass! And blaming yourself or guilt-tripping aren’t effective methods for changing bad habits. If your social and physical environments remain the same, long term change is almost impossible. … More Your Nutrition Hurdles: Can You See ’em?
What good are employee discounts on health club memberships if they’re not used? “They’re just lazy sons of ….” No, not really. That’s not what I was thinking. Because not going to the gym on a consistent basis isn’t a sign of lazy & undisciplined staff members. Chances are, they’re not lazy nor lack discipline. … More Worksite Wellness Workshops
It’s crazy that this is happening. You were my mentor for several years, and now, I’m giving you advice. Dear ****, I know we’ve agreed to meet several times already. But, you’re busy taking over the world (one property at a time), and I’m a little busy trying to transition into my post-military career. I’m only … More Nutrition Training Day: The Teacher Becomes The Student
“Successful long-term weight loss maintenance can be achieved by various means.” I totally agree, but actually, those aren’t my words. It’s the intro statement I’m borrowing from an informative weight loss journal article from 2010. Notice, when the authors wrote “…by various means”, they (Dr. Samuel Grief & Dr. Rosita Miranda) didn’t mention commercial weight loss pills … More Successful Weight Loss: What Actually Works?
By John Rivera Waiting ’til you’re 60 to take care of your health isn’t a sign of laziness or a character flaw…. It’s just failure to learn the Self and failure to adapt to an environment that promotes worry, stress, and exhaustion. But wait! Don’t fall for it! Don’t let your coworkers fall for it … More Taking care of the future You starts today, not when you’re 60