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#HealthyMondayRefresh 8.31.2020

As an unusual summer comes to a close, the start of a new season provides the perfect opportunity to return to a normal(ish) schedule and re-establish healthy routines.  This week, we’re focusing on how to create a roadmap to reach future successes. Use the SMART approach for goal setting (specific, manageable, achievable, realistic, time-bound) to break down long-term goals into smaller steps. The SMART method can be used for everything from self-care to project management to physical fitness. And for those of use looking to eat a little healthier, try experimenting with seasonal produce. Since it’s the last few weeks of tomato season, we’ve created a roundup of simple, yet delicious heir

#HealthyMondayRefresh 8.17.2020

Mastering a new skill takes time and patience, but you can make progress by starting small. Adapting to your own ability level allows you to move forward at a consistent pace and celebrate successes along the way. This week we are focusing on ways to learn new skills by adapting them to your current ability level. Never meditated? Add some mindfulness practices or deep breathing exercises into your daily routine, because even a short amount of meditation can have resounding impacts on your mental wellbeing. Want to get more physically fit? Build up your strength slowly but surely with different push-up variations perfect for all skill levels. Need to improve your culinary chops? Elevate your

#HealthyMondayRefresh 8.10.2020

For many of us spending more time at home means that the bedroom is now the office, the kitchen counter the classroom, and the living room the gym. So let's make it work.    This week, we are focused on home ergonomics and transforming your house, room, or apartment into a place of productivity. Use our DeStress Monday home-office tips to establish a clear line between your work and your personal life; save your back, joints, and posture with some simple Move It Monday movements and stretches; and, for those inevitable mid-day munchies, we’ve got a roundup of our favorite Meatless Monday snacks that you can whip-up in minutes. This Monday, focus on orienting your home so that it fits your

#HealthyMondayRefresh 8.03.2020

The past few months have been challenging, to say the least. COVID-19 has tested our fortitude and resolve, but even during these stressful times, many have managed to rise above the challenges. This week, we want you to help you continue your ascension upwards by offering different methods of relieving anxiety and overcoming past trauma. Use EFT Tapping (Emotional Freedom Technique) to minimize negative feelings and emotions; build up your resilience and endurance by upping the time and intensity of your workouts with a F.I.T.T. exercise routine; and, if you’re worried about the heat, we’ve got a list of our favorite no-cook seasonal recipes to keep you cool during the summer weather. This

Smoothie STARS

It’s the last month of summer. Maybe you’re sick of the heat by now, but if you’re like me, you’ll be missing this heat come December! Just two smoothies this month. Both sweet and savory rather than fruity. 1. Gimme S'more Did you know August 10th is National S'mores Day? This smoothie recipe is perfect for an end-of-summer bonfire. Recipe: - ½ frozen banana - ¾ cup dark chocolate almond milk - ¼ cup oats - 1 Tbsp unsweetened cocoa powder - 1 Tbsp marshmallow fluff Add everything to blender and blend until combined. 2. Birthday Cake Batter Because why not? Add rainbow sprinkles to make it confetti cake! Recipe: - ½ frozen banana - ¼ cup avocado - 1 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk (or mi

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