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  • Writer's pictureSusie Csorsz Brown

Wellness Newsletter #201

Focus on the good and the good will come into focus.

Physical Health Eat Well We don’t eat full vegetarian, but we do have a lot of meat-free days. If you think it would work for you, that’s great! It is important, though, to make sure you get enough of the necessary nutrients to stay healthy. Be Active Fitness goals should be just like every other "good" goal: Attainable. Clear. Specific to you. Know your motivation, factor in a support system and you'll achieve it! Let's move! This timer is another band workout called Hold and Pull. You'll focus on one move, doing the right and left side individually. As you pull/move one side, you'll hold the other side as still as you can, providing the point against which you are pulling. The band/toning intervals are interspersed with cardio intervals. Start your music! Spiritual Health Stressed? Angry? Let's help you refocus and relax. Mental & Emotional Health Sometimes, you just want to listen to something that will make you feel a little more centered, peaceful or just inspired for an a-ha moment. Here are some great podcast options. Social Health Is gossiping always a bad thing? Posts from Happy Monday! Happy Earth Day week! (yeah, I made that up but it SHOULD be a thing). Your link today is a story about trees. Trees and drought and human intervention. It's important to know what you can do to help save our trees. A really good mango is something to enjoy fresh, plain, no accoutrement. Like a banana, though, an over-ripe mango can just be a big mess ... unless you make into a yummy bread! Environmentally-speaking, it isn't all bad news! We've had a number of wins, too, some of which are highlighted here. Let's have some more of these positives! Be your best, friends


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