Visit a co work and answer an email in person. Not only does it help social wellness, but it also forces you to walk around, which you should do at least once every hour if you have desk job, Studies link … Continue reading Wellness Wednesday
Treat yourself to something sweet. Try a healthy treat. A few of my favorites are frozen grapes, sliced banana, blackberries, a drizzle of melted dark chocolate, and of course strawberries or a smoothie with ground flaxseed. These options satisfies cravings … Continue reading Wellness Wednesday
Soak in some Epsom salts. Once the salt is dissolved in warm water, it’s absorbed by the skin and replenish your body’s magnesium levels, which can be decreased by stress. So if you’re feeling stressed it pays to soak it … Continue reading Wellness Wednesday
Trade butter for some olive oil. A study showed those who substitute dipping bread in oil ate fewer calories on average than those who used butter. One small start is still a start. Continue reading Wellness Wednesday
I don’t know the type of storm that is raging in your life right now. But I do know that God is able to use the storm, and its destructive nature, to help you live. Continue reading #LivingWithBrokenPieces
Don’t use your remote. Instead of using your TV remote control consider walking to the TV changing the channel. You could easily burn extra calories a day if you stop using the remote, garage door opener, electric can opener, and … Continue reading Wellness Wednesday!
Increase B12. Low blood levels of B12 can lead to depression. The good news: it works the other way around, too. So increase your B12. Continue reading Wellness Wednesday!
Drink a glass of water with freshly squeezed lemon daily. It hydrates, gives a dose of vitamin C, boosts the immune system, and has fat-burning benefits, All good reasons to get to drinking Continue reading Wellness Wednesday!
The first in a series of Wellness Workshops offered by RS Counseling & Wellness Center. Tuesday, August 16, 2016 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm Coping with Depression Come learn about a very real disorder with an overview of depression including … Continue reading RSCWC Upcoming Event
“…it is time to remove the garment of privilege, exchange it for the cloak of injustice, and then to tear and destroy that same cloak of injustice so that NO ONE will bear its burden again. It is time that you come bow, and break bread with us at the table of inequality and share in our feast of fear, so that together we can prepare a meal of peace, and of a sound mind.” Continue reading The Cost of Compassion