Developing Healthy Habits for Busy Mothers

Mom and Son

Establishing and maintaining a healthy lifestyle is the key to feeling better, fitter and more relaxed. It gives you the power to cope more effectively and efficiently with obstacles that we busy mothers are faced with on a daily basis. Who wouldn’t want to experience the benefits of healthy living? Through the introduction of regular exercise and a healthy nutrition plan, we can improve our mental health by lifting our moods, save money by not buying as much processed foods, lower the risk of developing illnesses and most importantly take control of our life. As a busy mother, I … [Read more...]

Are you Making New Year’s REVOLUTIONS?

-- START A REVOLUTION IN YOUR LIFE! In a couple of weeks, many people will be making New Year's Resolutions.  I challenge you to defy the Status Quo.  Dare to be different.  Resolutions are weak.  Make New Year's REVOLUTIONS! Intensely burn with the desire to achieve the changes that you want down deep in your core.  Think long and hard about WHY you want to change and WHAT you really want.  The WHY has got to be so big that it crowds out doubt, fatigue, obstacles, fear and apathy.  Keep your eyes on your WHYS.   Revolutionize your life and grab what you really want.  Be Defiant.  … [Read more...]

My Passion for Health & Fitness

Your Health is Your Wealth. My Passion is Health. Why am I passionate about health? It’s simple. I’m passionate about living and, in general, people. People deserve to be their best. And the definition of “best” is different for everyone. The key to becoming your best is to 1) make the decision you want to make a change 2) find the resources to help you do it and 3) commit! In January of 2010 I made the decision to change my entire life. After spending 15 years of an intense career in the high/tech industry, racking up thousands of frequent flier miles and watching my own personal ‘best’ … [Read more...]

Ethics-Free Generation?

Only 3% of adolescents do not fall into the bully victim or perpetrator role?  USA Today recently reported on a study conducted by the Josephson Institute of Ethics this year regarding bullying and other ethical concerns.   According to the Ethics of American Youth Survey, 50% of students disclosed they have “bullied, teased, or taunted someone at least once” in the past year, and 47% indicated they had been "bullied, teased or taunted in a way that seriously upset me at least once."  Given that 43,321 adolescents ages 15 to 18, from 78 public and 22 private schools were surveyed, the results … [Read more...]