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I Hate Exercise

Really? Guess what? You’re not alone. Millions of people hate even the thought of exercise – not to mention actually “working out.” The problem is, if you’re trying to lose weight, you need to increase your level of physical activity to help burn more calories than you take in every day. You know starvation diets don’t work. So, what’s the answer?

Exercise with a purpose

Exercise for its own sake leaves many people feeling angry and resentful. Just the thought that they “have to” work out to lose weight is frustrating and irritating. “Why can’t I just take a pill and […]

Juicing for Weight Loss Recipes – Healthy Juicing Recipes

Juicing for weight loss and overall health has become an industry in itself these days. I have nothing against juicing of course, and even encourage my clients to find healthy juicer recipes to improve digestion, gain a quick energy boost, and help to lose weight. BUT, I believe the benefits of juicing are most pronounced as a supplement to enjoying a healthy meal plan.

Juicing should never replace eating healthy, nutritious meals.

Among the many sites I examined, The Juice Nut was my favorite, for offering free juicing recipes without too much “Selling” involved.

“A number of my recipes are specially designed […]

By |July 28th, 2014|Diet and Weight Loss, Juicing, Recipes|2 Comments

Finding a Healthy Work-Life Balance

People of every age and social status, of every profession and of both genders, have begun to seek the “perfect” balance between work and life. If finding this type of balance is important to you, I recommend joining my mailing list to receive your free copy of my article, 7 Tips for Improved Work/Life Balance. In the meantime, let’s talk about finding a healthy work/life balance a bit, shall we?

If there is one thing I learned in more than two-and-a-half decades of working in corporate America, it is this – what you do is integral to who you are. […]

The Benefits of Workplace Wellness Programs

Two recent articles at the Harvard Business Review website, hbr.com, argue strongly in favor of corporate wellness programs. Backed with reliable data and logical conclusions from a study by the Rand Corporation, Rajiv Kumar, in his article In Defense of Corporate Wellness Programs, argues that such programs are directly related to the success of the company, with some 80% of the workers of mid- to large-sized companies having access to a company sponsored wellness program.

A corporate wellness program can boost productivity & cut costs

Arguing against a prior article at hbr.com, which claimed such programs had little benefit to the […]

By |June 24th, 2014|Uncategorized|0 Comments