How to Have More Energy Naturally

Many of us feel sluggish or sleepy in the afternoon. You have several hours of work to complete and you go to the vending machine for a snack and get your latest cup of coffee. We’re hoping the sugar and caffeine will give us more energy and make us more alert. Often a hard day at work leaves many of us weary and tired. If you feel you need more energy in your life, you’re not alone. I’ve been reviewing the information available, looking for natural ways to add energy.

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How To Stay Healthy Working From Home

Since the COVID-19 pandemic, more people are working from home even if it’s only part-time. But working long hours in a small space might make you feel unmotivated, unlike in a typical office where you can talk to other people to break up the monotony. While working from home has many perks, it is not without its difficulties.  Working at home can be a difficult adjustment that could impact  work productivity as well as health and wellness.   While you have the best intentions to stay fit and healthy,  make your physical, mental, and emotional health a priority with healthy home work habits.  

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Heat Wave Safety

This summer has been incredibly hot world-wide. When I read of the weather-related illness and deaths, it greatly saddens me. The last week in July the world’s first named heat wave hit Seville, Spain. ‘Zoe’ pushed temperatures past 110 degrees Fahrenheit and earned the most severe tier in the city’s new heat wave ranking system. If you don’t know what to do to protect yourself in extreme heat, let’s talk.

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How Food Brings Families Together

Studies indicate that children from families that eat together are less likely to suffer from anxiety, have higher self-esteem, and are more likely to grow up into more confident adults.   Although it might not be possible to have all meals together, sharing a meal a day or over the weekends can significantly strengthen the family bond. 

 

 

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Winter Foot Care Tips

As cold weather arrives and our wardrobes change, we need to remember the effect of cold on our bodies.  Snowflakes, winter sports…cold weather can be fun, but it takes a toll on your skin‚ though‚ especially your feet. When your feet feel cold, it means the skin’s blood supply to the top layers of the skin have been reduced to preserve heat.  It’s not just your lips that get chapped.  Also tights and chunky socks pushed into your shoes can torture your toes. Today let’s review a few precautions to care for your feet this coming season.

 

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