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  • Writer's pictureSusie Csorsz Brown

Be your best newsletter #298

"I want to work like a dog, doing what I was born to do with joy and purpose.  I want to play like a dog, with total, jolly abandon." ~ Oprah Winfrey



Happy Monday! Parents know that sometimes it's easier to not poke the bear, but sometimes you just have to get him out of the bedroom already.


New recipe: Zucchini + black beans + time in the oven + cheese = tasty cakes even your pickiest kid will eat!


Latest episodes on The Big Purple Blob: 


New Podcast: Join me for a conversation with Dr Geoffrey Jones, Deputy Chief Medical Officer for Clinical Programs at M/Med where we talk about many myths and facts about Health and medical overseas.



Wellness News Around the 'Net


Physical Health


Eat Well

Anyone who regularly suffers from hot flashes will be happy to consider a diet with no meat, if it helps abate the hot flash, methinks.


Be Active


There's "uncomfortable" and there is "too hard".  Don't push yourself past the point where you invite injury but also don't give up just because it is hard.


Let's move!


Set a timer for 30 seconds.  Do each exercise below for 30 seconds, then take a 30-second rest after each move. The workout will take 10 minutes. Repeat for a total of two times, for a 20-minute workout. Want more? Repeat again for a 30-minute workout!

Jump squats

Frogger jumps

High-knee skips

Cross jacks

Push-up and rotate to T

Lateral bunny hops

Up-down plank

Reverse lunge and hop

V-crunches

Plank jacks


Spiritual Health


2nd ring friends and why that is such an important piece of finding our wellness.


Mental & Emotional Health


Work your brain muscle as much as you do your other muscles to keep it strong.


Social Health


We can’t all agree on everything, and that shouldn’t kill the conversation.  


Be your best, friends

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