Tag Archives: Energy

My Daily Walk

My sister and I weren’t close growing up. The oldest of seven, Barbara was bookish, while I, the second oldest, couldn’t sit still — always playing hopscotch and tag outside our Bronx apartment. When Barbara left for Bennington College, the … Continue reading

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Caregivers

Unsurprisingly, caregivers are at increased risk for a host of health problems: depression, anxiety, arthritis, headaches, diabetes, back pain, weakened immunity, even cancer. They seldom have time or energy to focus on their own well-being. If they’re able to take … Continue reading

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Something Active

Working from home requires real focus and energy. When ever I’m able to step away from my computer, I stretch or lunge my way into different room. If I’m really motivated, I do a couple of burpees I know I  … Continue reading

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Commune with Nature

Did your parents constantly insist you go play outside as a kid? They had a point; research has shown that spending time in nature boosts the immune system and improves overall well-being. To add a mindfulness element to your nature … Continue reading

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Control

Remember this: Any attempt you make to control other people actually puts you under their control. “Unhook from their systems by refusing to try to control them.” Don’t violate your own code of values and ethics, but don’t waste energy trying to … Continue reading

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