be nutritionally informed - our eating pattern needs to be influenced on what foods/ specific nutrients do for our bodies.
sugar contents continuing to make headlines - have you identified how significant sugar is in your diet? What do you eat for breakfast?
new year, new resolutions....a positive intention in might be a better way to kick-start your new year?
Before the turn of the new year, how many of us set out ambitious 'resolutions' for everything from radical changes to lifestyle, to cutting back on shopping or becoming a better person. Advice is abundant, but finding the right advice for you, requires careful thought about what is the underlying motivation for wanting to modify or alter your life at present. Small steps, 'personally-focused-intentions rather than resolutions', research indicates, can be a better approach to personal progress.
Finding time for 'you' personally is one of the most ambitious but absolutely necessary in our fast paced society. Before 2018 begins, it is the ideal time to think what small steps you can make, for personal contentment (seek acts of kindness, approaches for wellness), not the annual 'overhaul of what you think is wrong with yourself' which, results are usually short-lived.
Harvard Medical School published a easy-to-read approach to rest and relaxation, a cliché perhaps, but an intention that many need improvement in our daily lives. Although written for the male perspective, it is gender-neutral for the most part. Happy New Year!