Quick tips for dealing with isolation. It’s normal to be anxious, but there are things you can do.

People isolated at home

It is common to experience anxiety & fear during isolation according to Lawrence Palinkas, Professor at USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work. “We are all making decisions now we don’t normally have to make. What we’re living through now is very stressful, and most people are not prepared for this,” Palinkas said. “Some are better…

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Spring is the time for FitSprings (What’s that you say?). Jill Harris shares the power of new beginnings and creating a fitness trend that will spring you to action.

Path with tulips lining either side

I wanted to post this now to help us re-calibrate our new normal and begin to think ahead to spring and good health.  Many of us, myself included, have felt the impact of COVID-19 in some way or the other.  My goal is to reset, revise and re-energize what is ahead.  How about you? Please…

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The Foundation for a healthy body

R Pillars: Strength, Stability, Flexibility, Endurance

What you missed This is the last post in the series about The 4 Pillars. If you have missed the past few weeks of my posts, here’s a brief recap and links of what you missed. The strong foundation Having a strong foundation for your body is important. It will help you in a number…

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If You Want to Win the Race You Have to Put in the Miles

Words with Endurance being the lead word

Endurance can mean many things to many different people.  It can mean struggling, suffering and persevering. It can mean going the long distance in a race.  Or it can mean doing something at your pace with your eye on the end goal. No matter how fast or slow you go, doing the work to get…

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