Memorial Day is a time to honor our beloved dead, particularly those who gave their lives in service to our country.
And while most of us will never pay that ultimate price, we can make smaller sacrifices daily. Truly, our whole world will be better for it. In fact, probably no one will benefit more from the experience than we do.
A few ideas for small sacrifices: Read the rest of this entry »
In light of my Friday, May 22 interview on San Diego’s Fox 5 Morning News, here are my tips for saying no, guilt-free, along with a few other links and goodies to help you have FUN with this. Enjoy, and happy (almost) summer!
When you’re stressed to the max and still tempted to take on more, how do you say no without guilt? You can’t always do it all—but by being selective, you can find more enjoyment in what you do take on. And you can learn to say no with a smile! Read the rest of this entry »
If you have ever found yourself obsessing over exercise, you might be fascinated, as I was, by this article in The Washington Post: Take off that Fitbit. Exercise alone won’t make you lose weight.
What gave the article credibility to me was the clear admission of what exercise can do; namely, prevent disease and lift our spirits. But when it comes to losing weight, turns out what we need to be paying closer attention to is our food.
Every pun intended, weigh in!