Embracing Wellness this Spring Season

April marks the onset of spring and two important observances dedicated to our overall well-being: National Move More Month and National Stress Awareness Month. These annual reminders allow individuals to prioritize their physical and mental health through mindful practices. National Move More Month serves as a timely reminder for individuals to incorporate physical activity into […]

Taking Care of You

Sometimes it feels like we are constantly running in a hundred different directions. With so many things demanding your time and attention, it can be overwhelming. This is why it is essential to take a step back and make time for yourself. Check-in, see how you are feeling, and set aside time for some self-care. […]

Having Fun is Good for You!

Who doesn’t like having fun? While everyone may have individual preferences as to what constitutes having fun, research makes one thing clear: having fun is highly beneficial to our physical, mental, and emotional health. Studies have shown how having fun can reduce stress, improve sleep, increase serotonin and endorphins, and keep us moving more, among […]

The All-Or-Nothing Mindset is OUT in 2024

As we enter the time of year when people start thinking about behavior change, I think it’s important to go into these changes realistically. Don’t get me wrong, goals are GREAT! Setting goals is necessary for change and focus. Sticking with and achieving goals is rewarding but it is good to make sure that your […]

Let’s Set Wellness Goals

The holiday season is a very busy time of the year. With different holidays, travel, work deadlines, and shorter days, it can be easy to feel overwhelmed. But are you focusing on your health and wellness through it all? Think about a few ways you could help yourself feel more positive, relaxed, and energized (the […]

When Weight Loss is Indicated–How to Achieve and Maintain a Healthy Weight?

Let’s first acknowledge one key point–not everyone wants to lose weight or needs to lose weight. However, there are certain medical conditions where weight loss is indicated–for example, prediabetes and type 2 diabetes. For those looking to lose weight for your health, it is important to approach this goal with sustainable weight loss in mind, […]

The Truth About Hydration

Water is important for our overall health and plays a huge role in our bodies normal function. Water helps regulate your body temperature, eliminate waste, cushion joints, and protect tissue, like your spinal cord.1 There are many misconceptions about hydration, and there is no set recommendation for the amount of water we should drink everyday. […]

Set & Track Your SMART Goal

We have created more tools to help you set a SMART Goal and track your progress during this year’s Holiday Challenge. If you have not already done so, now is the time to set a SMART goal, one that is Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Timely. But, what exactly do we mean by each of […]

How to Say No

Often, we find ourselves juggling multiple commitments and obligations in our fast-paced world. It can be challenging to balance our personal lives, work, and social engagements. When friends or acquaintances invite us to events or make plans, it’s important to remember that it’s okay to say “No” especially when you genuinely can’t accommodate the request. […]