Susie Csorsz Brown
“Time is what we want most, but what we use worst.” ~ William Penn
You THINK you are eating well and yet that number on the scale stubbornly refuses to budge. There's likely a valid - and easily changeable - reason why.
You know you wanna', but sometimes it just doesn't happen. Even if you've missed a workout or three, do NOT give up on your fitness goals!
This workout is in ABAB format, with the duration of each set determined by the number of reps, not the number of minutes. You’ll follow the ABAB format, doing each move in the block twice, 10 reps per move. Turn on your music and let’s get to it! ABAB 10 Reps each (each side) A - Squat + Cross Punch B - skaters A - Bridge to sit up B - alternate crab reach toe touch A - Boat Squats + Tap-in and Tap-out B - bridge + L-shaped Leg Lift (10 each leg) A - plank + Knee drive B - plank + Kick Through A - side Lunge + Knee/leg extensions B - warrior III + Tap Down + Front Knee skip A - lateral push-up B - plank + spider knee + toe tap out
It's a sad truth that we have to have a job and work. Okay, some of us may love our jobs but ... still it would be nice to have more time for what we WANT to do versus what we HAVE to do. Striking a balance between the two is important. https://blog.sivanaspirit.com/mf-gn-tips-to-balance-your-work-life-with-mindfulness
Mental & Emotional Health
Don't even get me started with how our Sex Ed fails to actually teach what kids need to know (and when they need to know it). Or how they separate the boys and girls like Sex Ed is classified into genders. But this? Absolutely mental health is a key part of Sex Ed.
Sometimes, our greatest social wins are gained through supporting those we love. If someone you care about suffers from anxiety, there are things you can do to help support them. If you suffer from anxiety, this might be just the link to share with your loved ones. https://greatist.com/live/how-to-help-someone-with-anxiety Posts from HealthyExpatParent.com/Facebook As parents, we want only what's best for our kids. That doesn't mean ignoring the flaws or personality quirks, or burying our heads in the sand when it comes to learning differences. We can help our kids really build upon their strengths, which can help them to get past other aspects that may otherwise be viewed as weaknesses. https://greatergood.berkeley.edu/article/item/how_to_be_a_strength_based_parent_for_kids_with_learning_differences Happy Monday! The only 46 words of health advice yu need to remember: In no particular order: Avoid trans fats. Substitute unsaturated fats for saturated if you can. Cook from fresh whole ingredients. Minimize restaurant and ultra-processed foods. Cultivate friendships. Don't smoke. Nurture sleep. Drink alcohol at most moderately. Exercise as often as you can enjoy Only drink those calories that you love Comparatively, everything else is minutia. http://www.weightymatters.ca/2018/11/the-only-46-words-of-health-advice.html What's for dinner? Chicken! This is an awesome chicken recipe. Not to toot my own horn or anything but this marinade is so very easy and the results are very good. We had the chicken on top of salad, but it would be good pretty much in any adaption Hope you try it! https://www.heprecipe.com/post/green-shawarma-chicken As a parent, wouldn't we want more teachers like this one (ones who care, are invested and doing their best for our kids) versus those who are just biding their time, filling a role? https://www.upworthy.com/a-brutally-honest-kindergarten-teacher-shares-five-reasons-why-she-quit-the-profession? New post: Sometimes you have to take a deliberate look at what you have in your own (proverbial) yard to appreciate it. https://www.healthyexpatparent.com/single-post/2019/11/07/The-green-grass Be your best, friends s