Taking Time to Look Around

Posted by on Nov 6, 2015 in Blog, Enjoyment, Everyday Health, Existence |

When you’re always looking straight ahead, it is easy to start missing out on life that you can experience around you. We all have goals, achievements, and responsibilities we’d like to reach, and lists and plans that we make. At the same time, we also have pressures and expectations, ones that can at times become unreasonable and force us forward not with real motivation, but instead with fear. There are times when we may be...

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Worth Your Time

Posted by on Feb 6, 2014 in Blog, Enjoyment, Everyday Health, Stress, Time |

What is worth your time? There is so much out there in the world today, and there isn’t enough time to do or see it all. Supporting health involves picking and choosing which pursuits are worth spending your time on. It might seem urgent to attend to everything all at once, and it’s also a subliminal message of the fast-paced world we live in. Being stretched in many different directions has its limits, however, and can ultimately...

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The Blank Page

Posted by on Nov 17, 2013 in Blog, Everyday Health, Expectations, Expression |

Imagine pulling your resume up on the computer—and deleting it. Did your brain say “ouch” at the very thought of electronically crumpling up the piece of paper that claims to know everything you’re good at and that you should be striving for? The resume is a handy tool to get a job, and it’s also a confining piece of paper that can spark feelings of anxiety, inadequacy, and dissatisfaction. Even without the paper...

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No Such Thing as Perfect Health

Posted by on Sep 17, 2013 in Blog, Everyday Health, Facing challenges, What is Health |

Is there such a thing as perfect health? Well, is there such a thing as a perfect person? The answer to both questions is:  NO. Human beings go through real life, real challenges, unexpected events, and uncertainty. During this lifetime, there is no such thing as perfect health. The way health is depicted in the medical community and media can sometimes be misleading in this respect. You see perfect specimens of health running down the beach in...

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Breakfast Habits

Posted by on Sep 10, 2013 in Energy, Everyday Health, Food and Meals, Quick Health Tips |

Have you been in the habit of skipping breakfast lately? We’ll talk about the health benefits breakfast provides, and this could make you think twice about skipping it the next time. What is breakfast? If you break the word in half, you get “break” and “fast.” Technically, as you’re sleeping you endure a temporary fast for a period of hours. Your body gets to rest, a time during which it doesn’t need to...

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Catching Currents in Health and Life

Posted by on Jul 24, 2013 in Blog, Everyday Health, Facing challenges, Learning |

Have you ever watched while a bird catches a current of wind to get where it wants to go? In one swift movement, the bird’s wings can glide from one current to the next, just by naturally following the direction of the wind. The bird will swoop to the left and then way over to the right, without the changes in speed or direction looking forced or unnatural. Even while we as humans do not have wings, we can still catch the metaphoric wind...

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