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  • Writer's pictureSusie Csorsz Brown

Wellness Newsletter #246

"Of all of the paths you take in life, make sure a few of them are dirt." ~ John Muir Posts from Happy Monday! Tomorrow (3.14) is Pi Day. IN honor of that, some Pi facts from NASA and tomorrow, I'll post a new pie recipe. Happy Pi day! A day math and pie lovers alike. New recipe: As a mom of three boys, I've been asked countless times if/when we are trying for the girl. You know what? I celebrate my status as a mom of boys. Let me tell you why (alternate title: Joy of parenting boys even though they are loud, dirty, often smelly, rough, and always go go go). Wellness News Around the 'Net Physical Health Eat Well The F word is super important. Be Active Balance, it seems, is a good indicator of life expectancy. Let's move! This is an AMRAP workout (as many reps as possible). You'll do the moves described, 8 times each, back and forth in the 3 minute block, working without breaks as much as possible. At the end of the 3 minutes, you'll get a rest, and then start into the next 2 move combo for 3 weeks. Whew! Full body, and you'll need a step for one of the blocks. Ready? Start your music! Spiritual Health Tending to and caring for other living things can help inspire joy. Even if that other living thing is a plant. Mental & Emotional Health Public Awareness Campaign: This is your brain on exercise. Social Health You say you love me, but you don’t like me through menopause? What is that?! Truth of the matter, though, this life change can swipe a woman’s personality for years. Here, how a partner can help support her through the change. Be your best, friends


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