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  • Writer's pictureSusie Csorsz Brown

Wellness Newsletter #218

Instructions for living a life:

Pay attention.

Be astonished.

Tell about it.

~Mary Oliver Posts from Happy Monday! I love it when I find an awesome website that adds just a little *more* to something you are already doing. Want to up the fun on your drive to pretty much anywhere? Check out this site: New recipe: First, this is my kiddo's doing. And wow, was it ever amazing. Hope you try it. Very veg-full, very tasty, and when you make it, I highly recommend making extra because having the already-roasted veg in the fridge was such a boon for the days that followed. New post: Focus on where you are and who you are with. Wellness News Around the 'Net Physical Health Eat Well The thing about nutrition is that there are so many myths out there -- some of them oft-repeated -- and it can be hard to know what is true. Be Active One of the best gifts you can give to yourself -- mind, body and spirit -- is to get enough sleep. Let's move! Let's get you moving and incorporate toning moves! YOu'll need bands or a set of medium-weight free weights for this timer. You'll alternate a cardio move with a toning move, repeating the moves. By the end, your obliques, core and legs will be humming. Start your music! Spiritual Health When your anxiety levels are spiraling out of control, it can be really hard to take a breath and realize what is happening. Let's get your anxiety reined in. Mental & Emotional Health For me, stress rears its ugly head with long-lasting tension headaches. Everyone experiences stress in different ways, but we can help prevent these from happening. Social Health Sometimes the best thing you can do is send a text. I know, never thought I'd say it, but read on and I think you might agree. Be your best, friends


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