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Is Self-care Counterintuitive?

Most of us would agree that self-care is important, and if we think about it long enough, most of us would also agree that it should be a priority. The key word there is “should”, but so often self-care is not. Self-care is any activity that we do deliberately in order to take care of [...]

By | November 7th, 2017|Wellness|Comments Off on Is Self-care Counterintuitive?

Muesli Recipe with Tropical Fruits

This muesli recipe is an easy delicious breakfast meal. This breakfast idea requires no cooking time except preparation, which should be done the night before. So if you are a busy person who understands the importance of eating healthily on the run, then you would love this meal. And if you are just looking for [...]

By | February 10th, 2016|Wellness|Comments Off on Muesli Recipe with Tropical Fruits

Walking

I would like to take a moment to emphasize how important cardiovascular training is for you. What I mean by cardiovascular training is exercise for your heart and lungs. The cardiovascular system is the part of the body that pumps fresh oxygenated blood to every other system in your body. Without working your heart muscle [...]

By | May 4th, 2009|Fitness, Health, Wellness|0 Comments

Food Demons at the Office

Wednesday morning I impatiently waited in the break room while my food heated in the microwave. I was having chicken, brown rice and steamed collard greens. Yes, I know it’s not the typical breakfast, but I like starting the day with vegetables, lean protein, and quality carbohydrates. While I continued to wait on the microwave [...]

By | February 6th, 2009|Wellness|0 Comments

Tapping Into Our Spiritual Energy

The world saw what Mahatma Ghandi accomplished through prayer and fasting. Jesus, the world’s greatest teacher, admonished his students that they, too, would fast when he left them. What is the common link in both of these scenarios? The link is the absence of food. Food—we give so much thought to it. Today we can [...]

By | October 3rd, 2008|Christianity, Health|0 Comments