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I’m all about making healthy living easy!
In order to maintain that, the foods I keep in my house are healthy and easy.
Here are a few of my favorite healthy foods that are almost effortless to incorporate into your diet.
So you're setting goals now. That's awesome! Hopefully you're using the stretch and smart goals to actually make some progress. But as you do, I issue a warning: at some point you're probably going to feel like an imposter. It's okay. We've all been there, suffering with imposter syndrome. It's kind of how you feel when it sets in that you're going to be a Dad. Who the hell let that happen?
Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around.
Getting more active can be as simple as finding ways to walk more in your everyday life. Individuals who walk 10,000 steps or more daily have lower body fat percentage and suffer from weight related health concerns far less. Here are 10 tips to help you add more steps into our everyday life:
Somewhere along the line many of us become afraid to learn. We feel insecure admitting that we don't know something (think about your parents refusing to learn how to work the VCR). Maybe we think we're supposed to know everything already. Maybe we're afraid we won't be able to comprehend something new.
Walk in a room and you've already told people a lot about what they want to know about you. Fair or unfair people will make assumptions about your trustworthiness, success level, intelligence, and confidence all before you say a word. But the crazy thing is, we make assumptions about ourselves based on our own posture.
Have you ever been away for a few days with no responsibilities, no work, no kids, and just relaxation? Think about about how great you felt. The reason is probably that you got a few good nights of sleep. That is no accident- the benefits of sleep seem never-ending.
I recently went skydiving for the first time. I'm a bit of an adrenaline junky so, I was excited, but, I was also terrified. Never have I felt more vulnerable in my life then when I was free falling from two-miles above the earth. But something crazy happens on the other side of that fear: peace.
Often when our children act out we ask them why it happened. Why did they hit another person? Why are they throwing a tantrum? But the answer is simple: those things are easy and instinctual. Our default is what comes easiest to us. The question should not be why do we act out, but rather how do we not?