Tag Archives: health and wellness

Don’t Be Rigid

If you focus only on maintaining a streak- say going to the gym every day for 60 days – you may feel its not worth continuing if outbreak the streak. “Extreme rigidity of habits is not generally associated with mental … Continue reading

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Beautiful Stillness

Walking recently at sunset on the Brooklyn Heights Promenade, Manhattan incandescent against an orange sky, I watched a line of tourists taking the same photo. I challenged myself to observe without documenting, to have an experience and let my memory … Continue reading

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Peace of Mind When Using an in Home Caregiver

1. Keep background checks up to date Verify their Social Security number to see if they’ve used any other names. If they drive your older adult around, check their driving record too. If you hired through a home care agency, find out … Continue reading

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Walking Beside Me

His freshman year of high school, my brother, Fred, walked out into a Massachusetts snowstorm with no shoes on. Tensions were too high at home for him to consider footwear. I ran after him with a pair of sports slides. … Continue reading

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Budget Fitness

Any tips for getting fit on a tight budget? One of the best pieces of workout equipment is your own body. You can get everything done with body weights exercises. Think squats, pushups, sit-ups, and crawls.

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