Every morning I get out of bed and stand on my two feet and fold forward. Why? I have three reasons. First off to take a moment to lengthen my spine before running off for the day. Our backs literally take the brunt of work throughout the day from the minute we “sit up” in the morning to walking, exercising, sitting, standing, and finally lying down to sleep. I don’t know about you but I love my back and want it to last a long long long time. I don’t know if it’s scientifically proven that a simple forward bendContinue Reading >>
Nike was on to something when they came up with the slogan “Just do it!” when you think about it these three words together are extremely powerful. The technology era has evolved us into analytical beings who create amazing graphs and flow charts in our heads analyzing the cost benefit of almost EVERY decision and when the decision is finally made it’s too late and the funny thing is then you want that “thing” even more! You wonder why didn’t I just make the decision sooner?! Why didn’t I listen to my gut! And there in lies the problem, theContinue Reading >>
Happy Monday Nutritionizers! Today’s motivation post was inspired by the Olympics. For the past 17 days the Olympics energized our TV screens, Facebook feeds and twitter streams. We were entertained not be reality shows but by amazing performances showcasing human talent at its best. The Olympics demonstrate the capability and resiliency of the human body as it fights against time, quiets the mind to concentrate, and pushes limits. I’m feeling a rush of energy just thinking about it! I can’t say I’m a die-hard Olympian, quite honestly I barely remember the Beijing Olympics. There was something different about the Olympics thisContinue Reading >>
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I spent all weekend at my cousin’s wedding dancing, singing, laughing, and eating (lots of eating). Indian weddings are week-long functions that consist of lots of family, lots of food and lots of fun. I had a great time but as an analyst and wellness coach I couldn’t help but observe, reflect, and analyze the how’s and why’s and what’s of the weekend. I watched everyone eat mindlessly, including myself, and sat around talking about the mindless munching. Food in the form of sugar, salt and dough put together in some combination and balled together or fried was served forContinue Reading >>