Stress relief is very important, especially if you are living a hectic life. Let’s discuss some great relaxation techniques to relieve stress. We’ve put together insightful information to get you started in the right direction. Here’s what to know! In today’s time, life can be quite stressful. At times, it can be pretty overwhelming, and

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Today’s fast-paced, ever-busy way of life may actually become a threat to your health in the long run. Although the spirit is willing, the body is getting weaker every day. People know that they need ways to relax and relieve their stress, but it’s not always easy. It can be challenging to find these ways

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A family floater health insurance policy is a product designed to give comprehensive protection to your family members such as spouses, parents, and siblings. The plan gives you the financial support for the medical expenses incurred during the treatment of any family member.  Let’s understand the benefits of a family floater policy in detail: Benefits

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Most of us put on a few extra pounds over the years and have tried various methods to lose it and maintain a healthy weight. One of the most effective ways I’ve found to do this, which I shared in my 30-day healthy habits course, is what I call the 400:4 diet. What is the

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Description: Physical activity for mentality can help reduce anxiety and depression in children and adults. Performing exercises in an outdoor area creates the possibility of improving self-esteem and mental ability, thus, reducing anxiety symptoms related to ADD. Even though psychiatrists prescribe physical activity for mentality, there’s still a stigma surrounding people who suffer from mental

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Sometimes the solution has nothing to do with the problem. Why? Because the problem is not really the problem. And if the problem is not really the problem, then the solution cannot really be the solution. Sounds pretty zen and all, but what does all this even mean? The Problem Is Not Really the Problem

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Exercise is a great way to lift your mood and is especially important for kids to help them maintain good mental health. It is vital to encourage your kids to participate in physical activity for mentality maintenance and improvement. We give you some reasons why exercise is so crucial for kids. Rates of depression, anxiety,

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I’ve been putting together a coed soccer team in Springfield, IL, and have been facing an interesting dilemma. Many of the would-be players are too young to play. We play in the D-League, ladies over age 35, guys over age 40. When I was younger, I never knew that was a thing. Yet here I

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We are encouraged to take moments of mindfulness each day and to be kind to ourselves. Charities and organizations are a common aspect of our wellness landscape. Yet, for all this talk and marketing, stigma remains a significant challenge for those of us dealing with a mental illness.    One of the ways in which stigma

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As an executive and business owner, I have to chuckle sometimes when I see books like “The 4-Hour Workweek.” Work-life balance is not a 4-hour workweek. Don’t get me wrong, I actually like that book, it has some solid advice. But I feel like the expectation that material like that sets up is completely unrealistic

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In the book, “Built to Last,” a study of highly successful companies, authors identified rejecting the “Tyranny of the OR” and embracing the “Genius of the AND” as one of the habits of highly successful leaders. They found that one of the real powers behind these companies was that their leaders didn’t settle for the

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True success is all about balance in your life. Our careers, family, clubs, and health are all competing for our time, and all are important. This session will get you thinking about where you should focus your efforts to make the most of your limited time. Description: Based on the workbook “Balance,” created by Don

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New scientific evidence shows proof of the self-healing powers of what is known as Epigenetics, a term coined by Dr. Bruce Lipton. A cell biologist and internationally recognized leader in bridging science with spirit, Dr. Bruce Lipton performed ground breaking research at Stanford Medical School that revealed a link between “biology” and “belief”. Dr. Bruce

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“Give me four sets of ten, and then you’re done,” said Jeremy, my trainer. “Is ‘I don’t wanna’ a valid excuse?” I quipped. “Sure. If you can live with yourself,” came the quick reply. I did the sets. The truth of the matter is while I did not want to do those last few exercises, I wanted the results.

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Saturday, I was in the gym, and Jeremy, my trainer, told me to do dips. “Give me three sets of ten. And for each one I see that you don’t go all the way down, you can do another ten.” Ouch. I knew what he meant, the last time I did dips, I cheated myself

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My wife and I took a long walk Sunday with the dogs, and on our way back, I challenged her to do the first couch to 5K program (C25K) with me. The program is designed to take someone from sitting on the couch to being able to complete a 5k (3.1-mile run) by using interval

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