Chapter 5 is all about the heart, “four chambers, four valves, and a little pacemaker…the fuel pump”.
Since Chapter 4 emphasized exercise, this chapter explained the science. Every cell is either decaying or growing, not only that, but “dec... Read more
My niece sent my sis and me an interesting article. jezebel.com/5886443/goin g-hungry-can-make-you-craz y-but-it-may-keep-you-from -going-senile?utm_source=J ezebel+Newsletter&utm_camp aign=a16cafcf01-UA-142218-20&utm_medi... Read more
I know I am starting in the middle, but I wanted to share our Wellness Session while it was still fresh in my mind.
The summary for Chapter 4 is, “Harry's first rule: Exercise six days a week for the rest of your life. That's it! No negotia... Read more
I have been remiss in sharing what I’m learning as we progress with our corporate wellness initiative, but will attempt to catch up in the coming days. As part of the process we were asked to record our current activity/nutrition state and our g... Read more
As part of our Younger Next Year/Live Healthy Nebraska Wellness program we were given a Behavior Chain handout.
The premise is: Antecedent --> Behavior --> Consequence
Two examples were provided.
We experienced our first major snowstorm of the winter Saturday - meticulously timed - no school and perfect packing snow.
The wind was out of the north, and 'plastered' that side of anything that did not move. Our entry court faces south, ... Read more
We had our first building Wellness Session Wednesday. We decided our preference for divisions; weight loss, physical activity or both and were asked to fill out the Younger Next Year Pre-Program.
The questions gave us a pre-view of what to ... Read more
I’ve been trying to take some time the last few days and catch up on friends' status and blogs - interesting how we're facing similar issues in the northern hemisphere. Add to the shorter days and colder temperatures, the stress of holiday expec... Read more
SHADOWDANCES titled her blog “New Routine”, which ‘awakened’ me, although I’m sure I’ve seen the phrase thousands of times before.
New is defined as “recently made, created, or invented” and routine is defined as “repetitive, predictable, ... Read more