Being a typically ‘healthy’ person used to be someone that got their five veggies a day and drank plenty of water. These days it’s much more acceptable (thankfully) to really invest in many different aspects of your personal health and well-being.
Let’s face it, we live in an expensive world. Much of our hard earned money goes towards the cost of living with bills and often numerous dollars getting taken out of our accounts by direct debit, don’t even get us started on smashed avocado prices. There’s a way you can get back on top. It’s up to you to decide where your money goes and if there’s REAL value in where you’re spending it.
You may have heard the experts telling us to 'eat in moderation' but what does this actually mean?
We're committed to helping parents, and guiding children into adulthood with the best possible oral health. From the time those tiny teeth first appear they enter an environment in which they will be spending the next five to ten years! It’s crucial then that the environment be well managed and the teeth properly cared for to help avoid the need for professional interventions, such as fillings or sadly, early extractions.
OK, so you’re aware of the many mental and physical benefits of meditation – better sleep, reduced stress, greater clarity and peace, and the rest – and you want a piece of that. But how do you actually get started meditating?
Researchers are coming to understand more and more each day just how meditation changes a person’s brain – for the better. Maree Hollebone from mind massage shares the seven benefits of meditation.
Do you sometimes (or often) find yourself looking at your world through a pessimistic lens? You have mountains of work to get through that you tell yourself you’ll never get through in time, back-to-back meetings that you don’t see any value in, you have to be at the kids’ school by 5pm for their concert, today of all days! And you catch every darn red light you can, so you’ll never make it.
What if there was a “magic pill” of sorts to help us gain better control over our minds, our reactions, our moods and our thoughts? In a way, there is. It’s called meditation, which is the process of calming your mind, focusing on the present moment and finding that peace.
For 30 days in January we’re here to help you get moving and start healthy habits for 2018. We’ll be sharing daily posts for you to stay on track, learn new ways to move and exercise, and test your fitness along the way. You can also download your FREE Weekly Fitness Planner print out.