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  • Writer's pictureSusie Csorsz Brown

Wellness Newsletter #236

Don’t be scared to walk alone down the path less traveled, and don’t be scared to love every minute of it.

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Happy New Year! I’m not really a NY resolution sort of a person, but I do love an opportunity to reflect on the past year. Considering doing the same? Two questions that may give your thoughts direction:

1. What worked for me last year?

2. What didn't?

An outstanding addition to your snack repertoire, plus an app option that will wow all of your guests. Really.

A new year, a new way to talk to yourself. In a kind way.

Wellness News Around the 'Net

Physical Health Eat Well Not all carbs are created equal. Sure, there are some you might want to avoid, but others are really nutrient powerhouses. Be Active Yes, you need to exercise. No, you don’t need to give up everything else in your life. Let’s get real about how much time you should put into working out. Let's move! Let's get our heart rates up and work our core at the same time. 8 exercises, 50 seconds of work, with 20 seconds of rest (or, better, do something low impact like jump rope or jacks), 3 rounds through. Start your music! Spiritual Health Hush, (inner) critic! Be still! Mental & Emotional Health Here's the thing: being active, getting up off that chair and moving, will actually make your brain work better. How is that for an argument in favor of lunchtime workouts? Social Health You look so nice in that color; you should definitely wear it more often! So… how often do you compliment other people? Let me just say, you need to do it more often. Be your best, friends


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