It’s that time of the year again! It seems like everyone and their mother is sick with something. I’ve been incredibly lucky this season and haven’t felt under the weather in months, but not all of us can be that fortuitous. I’ll share a couple of tricks in my arsenal to keep the seasonal sickness at bay!
I’ve been feeling stressed out the past couple of weeks because of how busy I’ve been...so it was obvious that I had to take time out of my day to write about it! Whenever I feel like I’m being pulled in a million different directions, I dive into my virtual tool box to find what I need to keep myself grounded.
Depending on what area is being treated and which treatment you’re undergoing, you might not be feeling yourself right about now. I‘ve compiled a short list of movements to do during cancer treatment, after checking with your doctor first of course! You can pick and choose the movements that feel good to you, and hold them for as long or as little as you’d like.
New year means new travel plans! Promise not to be too envious when I tell you I’m writing this from a bungalow in Kauai. You might not be so jealous when you heard about the exhaustion I’ve experienced trying to stay healthy while traveling here from Houston, Texas.
For me, the more organized I am, the simpler it is for me to repeatedly execute these changes until they’ve firmly become a part of my routine. Here are a couple ways I’m keeping myself organized in 2019–read on to see if these tips might be beneficial to you too!
Spending time with family, attending parties with friends, and going out to eat are highlights on our social calendars this time of the year. With that in mind, eating healthy foods can be difficult when there’s so much temptation
The holidays are known for spending time with family, friends all while enjoying holiday cheer. The air is crisper, and the attitude in the community shines brighter. Many of us look forward to the year coming to an end and another one beginning. I, for one, however don't look forward to all of the stress that comes along with the countless number of to-dos.
In 2005, writer Darlene House designated November as National Inspirational Role Models Month. This is a time for all of us to think about the people who inspire us, whether they are historical figures, celebrities, or people we personally know.