All in Health and Wellness
A busy professionals guide to figuring out what is REALLY going to keep you healthy, energized and moving through an on-the-go lifestyle.
My love affair with gut health began with my very first juice cleanse. Since then, studying gut health has been a game-changer and shifted my health, mindset and functioning.
Life is busy. We are busy. The city is busy. As a working professional, we don’t typically have a whole lot of time or energy to spare. So what do we do? We learn how to maximize our energy, how to be efficient with it and certainly where not to waste it.
Don’t worry. I got you covered. Bonus; I’ll keep it short. Because, well, busy.
We ALL have those moments when we think “F it. Time to create Plan B.” Well for me, there has been a loose Plan B in my head that generally makes me shake my head saying
We get it. It's been 8 degrees all week, and summer isn't in sight. You just want go outside for fresh air and feel the sunshine. Short of becoming a snow bird or an extended spring break, warm weather won't get here faster, but we can give you some tips for staying warm, healthy and surviving winter.
It’s that time of year when the changing temperatures cause people to get sick. However, instead of staying home to rest and get well, many people continue to go to work, spreading their cold and flu germs throughout the office. The Massachusetts Earned Sick Time Law went into effect on July 1, 2015, but many people are still unsure as to how it works and/or if it applies to them. Here’s a quick refresher.
These days I am surrounded by young people and most of them are stressed to the MAX. Whether they are clients or people I meet networking who are college students, just getting out of college and into the work force or entering their 30s, I see the same thing I see both in myself and those that are older (AHEM young at heart.)
There is this notion that if you are not enraged then you are being ignorant or turning a blind eye. Doing what makes you happy has become counter culture.
Change is the only constant they say. We tend to spend a lot of time fighting the tides of change and yet, still....