Tag Archives: Changes and Transitions

Whether you are encouraging your kids to eat healthier or trying to improve your own nutrition, adding more vegetables to your diet can help a lot. Nutritional experts recommend a minimum of five servings of vegetables every day, but most people fall far short of that goal. If you own diet is deficient in the vegetables, you may need to think more creatively. There are plenty of other ways to serve up vegetables, and side dishes are only one of them. Here are seven sneaky ways to incorporate more healthy vegetables into your daily diet. [Read more]

Have you noticed some people are happy most of the time, no matter what goes on in their lives? Other folks, though, are never satisfied. Whether things go well or they face challenges, they give the impression life is a drag. People’s demeanors don’t occur by chance, however. Nor are they at the mercy of genetics. Perception colors everything they see, coating it with sunshine or misery. What’s more, perception isn’t fixed; you can change the way you survey the world and alter your level of satisfaction. [Read more]

You won’t love summer’s warmth if you are afraid to wear less and reveal extra flesh. You’ll want to stay under wraps rather than pop on a swimming costume and jump in the sea or wear a skimpy outfit. The answer, you probably imagine, is to workout. Nonetheless, exercising at the gym might not be your idea of enjoyment. Fortunately, you can get fit in the following ways rather than sweating in an aerobics class. [Read more]

The number one reason for exercising as you get older? It helps you live longer. It also improves the quality of your life by warding off threats to your health and vitality, such as heart disease and diabetes, and mishaps such as falls. You don’t have to train like a professional athlete or spend hours in the gym every day to reap the benefits of exercise. Movement is the key; 30 minutes a day will get the job done. The idea is to do something you enjoy and to stay motivated. [Read more]

Trendy diets come and go, each one promising better results than the last. And while some of them may work well enough to help you shed the pounds, extreme diets are unlikely to last if they make you miserable. To achieve long-lasting weight loss, you need to fit a few changes into your daily life. Here are six ways to do exactly that, whichever particular diet plan you decide to follow. [Read more]

When you set out on a weight loss journey, it can quickly become a whirlwind of big changes. Some of these changes are easier to keep up with than others. While it is great to start feeling healthier, and everyone loves those early days when the weight first starts to fall off and your clothes start fitting nicer, there are plenty of other changes that aren’t quite as simple. Keeping up with your diet changes and exercise goals can quickly become more hassle than enjoyment. Finding a way to set up your schedule in a way that will support long-term success is the best solution. [Read more]

The internet has fundamentally changed the way we live our lives in many different ways. There are options to go to school online, to work online, and even to order groceries to your home from the internet. If you spend enough time and energy trying to make it happen, you can pretty much guarantee you would never have to leave your house again, so long as you maintained your internet connection. [Read more]

Staying positive is really important as you are trying to lose weight. Concentrating too much on the weight loss obstacles in front of you, or the stress of taking on so many new healthy changes can really interfere with your ability to stay motivated and focused on your weight loss goals. Finding ways to stay positive isn’t always easy, but it is absolutely always worth it. [Read more]