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  • Writer's pictureSusie Csorsz Brown

Newsletter #146

One of my goals as a human being is looking and somehow actually seeing. Physical Health Eat Well Okay, I admit: this link is not for nutrition advice. Instead, it’s a list of really great, really informative, really funny food-related videos. Sometimes, it’s important to reconnect with food, to really focus on what we (want to) put in our mouths. Be Active There is joy in every workout, as there is joy in every movement. You just have to actively remember why you love it. Let's move! This timer is called 4 rounds, 3 rounds, 2 rounds. You have three groups of exercises. The first group you'll do each exercise 4 times. The second group, you'll do each three times. The third, you'll do two times. Start your music! Spiritual Health If anxiety has your thoughts jumping all over the place, here are some strategies to help settle your brain. Mental & Emotional Health It can physically drain you when you are feeling mentally exhausted. 'Mental health days' help but ... they may not be the answer. Social Health What does ‘friend’ look like? Especially during a pandemic? Posts from From the Big Purple Blob this week...... How to navigate long-term location separation; impact on kids and marriage. What we hope is comfort and wisdom from myself and Life Coach Jennifer Anderson Linton. Happy Monday!! We head into the week with our second First Day of (face-to-face) school; kids have been in digital classrooms since the end of September. What about you? Are your kids back in the classroom yet? Your Monday link is in honor of April Fool’s Day, coming your way on Thursday. Enjoy this joke generator, courtesy National Geo Kids. Yes, another lentil recipe. This time, I am using an instant pot to make the whole thing. !! You can definitely make this in a pot on the stove, too. Hope you try this tasty stew! New Morning Show: Teen hibernation: Is it a thing to worry about or is it normal? New post: Can you believe it is April already? Time to shift focus to Mental and Emotional wellness. Here are a few suggestions for yourself and for your family. Be your best, friends s

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