• Susie Csorsz Brown

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The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago.  The second best time is now. Physical Health Eat Well Want a snack that will help keep you full until your next meal, give you energy, clean your teeth, and help you make your weight loss goals?   Look no further than your favorite nuts. https://www.medicaldaily.com/eating-nuts-could-help-your-weight-loss-efforts-428436 And, since we're talking about snacking ... Feeling a little pooped and draggy?  What you eat might have something to do with that!  And, even better, can improve that fatigued feeling, too! https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/323947.php Be Active Absolutely no one wants to be sick more often.  Turns out one of the best ways to keep the germs and ailments at bay is to stay active. http://time.com/5482827/how-to-boost-your-immune-system/ Let's move! This is a great 10-minute addition to any workout.  You can also repeat it once (or twice!) and get a good sweat on as well as a thorough core workout. 'Twisting jumping' is basically the twist and shout move, where you are bouncing on your feet like jump roping, but at the same time twisting your core/upper body in one direction and your lower in the opposite direction. The rest of the moves are pretty self-explanatory.   http://www.intervaltimer.com/timers/8091890-cardio-abs Spiritual Health What is a chakra and why should you care if it is blocked?  It's not just a mumbo-jumbo yogi word. https://www.wellandgood.com/good-advice/what-are-chakras/ Mental & Emotional Health This is not a news flash; I know you know this already.  But life is hard.  Life is full of ups and downs, and sometimes, we can get a little upset about it.  Want to know something?  Getting upset is actually good for you... clearly, as long as that is not your 'norm'.  Why is it good for you?  Because dealing with these big emotions helps you to develop your arsenal of 'getting back to good' tools.  Getting upset and dealing with it healthfully also teaches you that you are a capable, emotionally-well person and you can weather the bad times.   https://greatergood.berkeley.edu/article/item/what_happens_when_you_embrace_dark_emotions Social Health "People like seeing other people's messes. Exposing yourself emotionally will make you seem good, strong, sympathetic, and brave. "  Huh.  Well, that's good news! https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2019/01/beautiful-mess-vulnerability/579892/ Posts from HealthyExpatParent.com/Facebook Happy Monday! And for those of you that have wondered - we've even debated this at our house - now we have the answer:  https://www.tastecooking.com/hot-dog-sandwich What a smart article about screens and devices and our kids and finding a healthy balance for your family.  I haven’t read this book yet, but now I certainly hope to.   https://www.outsideonline.com/2387461/book-raising-humans-digital-world Want a super convenient excuse to warm up your kitchen (read: turn on your oven)?  This Cherry Clafouti is super yummy (plus clafouti is just fun to say.)  Good for breakfast or dessert with a bit of sweetened whipped cream.  

https://www.healthyexpatparent.com/single-post/2019/02/13/Recipe-Cherry-Clafoutis New post: Should you or shouldn't you?  Is breakfast a good guy or a bad one? https://www.healthyexpatparent.com/single-post/2019/02/14/Breaking-fast Be your best, friends,  s

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Susie is certified through The Parent Coaching Institute, whose graduates are dedicated to help parents focus on "amplifying the positive, appreciating the good, and valuing the possible in themselves and in their children."  http://www.thepci.org/findcoach/ug/brown-susie-csorsz