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Finding the Motivation to Stay Motivated

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1/24/17 9:30 AM

Motivation to be Motivated…why can’t I stick to my good intentions? My goals were intentionally not lofty.  I work with a trainer twice a week on strengthening and conditioning and I fit cardio in where I can on other days.  Seems achievable, right?   I like the idea of having a workout routine, but with a hectic schedule, it is the first thing that drops off of my calendar when a meeting/home repair service/doctor appointment pops up, which is regularly in my world.  So, I’m trying to do the best I can, and that’s just it, DO THE BEST YOU CAN.  You’ll surprise yourself.  Here are a couple of things I do to stay focused on a physical activity routine.

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Topics: Prevention, Nutrition, Wellness, Fitness, physical fitness, Mens Health, Alcohol, womanshealth, womens health, psychology, health, fitbit, wearables, Brain, IQ, exercise, healthy self, new year, self-esteem, running, improvement, diet, sugar

The Moderation Conundrum

Posted by EHE Blogger

9/8/15 4:15 PM

alcohol 

You’ve probably heard or seen the phrase “Please drink responsibly” or have read the studies purporting the benefits of moderate alcohol consumption and thought to yourself, “I knew a couple of beers wasn’t that bad.”But to do something in moderation requires one to know what is considered extreme, and when it comes to alcohol consumption, considering recent trends, what may appear as moderate drinking could quietly be a binge drinking environment in reality.
 
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Topics: Nutrition, Wellness, Health Consumer, preventive healthcare, healthy living, AlcoholAwareness, Alcohol

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