Category Archives: Health and Fitness

Five Gifts You Don’t Want to Live Without


The National Retail Federation estimates more than 164 million people plan to shop during Black Friday weekend and Cyber Monday! (In years past, we have spent an average of $423 each for a total of $59.1 billion.) How long do you … Continue reading

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Tips for Springing Forward


Don’t forget to turn the clock forward tonight!  Here are a few tips for resting well and adjusting to the new time! Spring Forward with 10 Sleep Tips (WebMD) Ways to Make the Switch to Daylight Savings Time Less Miserable (ABC News) … Continue reading

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UPward in 2014!


If you are ready to take things up a notch this next year, then listen up. These tips might be just up your alley! They may help you get a leg up on your competition and lift up your spirits. … Continue reading

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younger next year


Originally posted on maturitas cafe:
When we are children, we can’t wait to grow up, play with the “big guys”, and enjoy the privileges that come with accumulated years of age. It doesn’t take long before we are we looking…

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Leadership lessons along the journey, part 5: 9 Strategies for Beating Weariness


The late coaching legend of the Green Bay Packers, Vince Lombardi used to say, “Fatigue makes cowards of us all.”  Physical weariness is dangerous to leading courageously.  If we admit it, as leaders, we are often dopamine and adrenaline junkies … Continue reading

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