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How trying a new game is a lot like adopting a new healthy habit

16 06, 2023

How trying a new game is a lot like adopting a new healthy habit

By |2023-06-16T19:48:26+00:00June 16th, 2023|

Games, like healthy habits, often involve a learning curve, especially when new to them. Embracing a beginner's mindset means being patient with yourself as you navigate through the initial stages. Trying a new game like cornhole is like adopting a new healthy habit. You understand progress may be slow, but you can improve with consistency.

2 06, 2023

5 fun summer play ideas to keep you active and help you stay in shape

By |2023-06-01T01:57:30+00:00June 2nd, 2023|

Summer play! It's the best time of year to shake up your routine and get outside to enjoy the great weather and longer days. Why not consider some playful, habit-boosting outdoor ways to get your heart rate up while enjoying yourself (and even connecting to your inner kid)?

26 05, 2023

The #1 strategy to improve your health significantly

By |2023-05-26T17:14:23+00:00May 26th, 2023|

By understanding NEAT, we can uncover the surprising health advantages of daily movement compared to a rigid three-day-a-week workout routine. Consistent daily activities and lifestyle habits can add to a healthier future over time. It's the #1 strategy to improve your health significantly.

29 04, 2023

Healthy Habits Coach for Women Over 50

By |2023-05-02T20:34:33+00:00April 29th, 2023|

A health coach is a trained professional who works with clients to achieve their health and wellness goals. Whether it's weight loss, managing menopause symptoms, improving sleep or reducing stress and anxiety, a health coach can help you identify the changes you need to make to improve your overall well-being.

17 03, 2023

3 ways walking improves your mental health

By |2023-04-26T20:08:39+00:00March 17th, 2023|

Moving your body through something as simple as a daily walk is a powerful self-care tool for improving anxiety and depression. Learn three key ways walking improves your mental health and how consistently moving more can make a meaningful difference over the long run.

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