I was honored to be featured on FOX 32 Chicago, recently, to share these Five Better Than Perfect Actions you can take to keep relationships strong. [Read more…] about Five Better Than Perfect Actions for Keeping Relationships Strong
Archives for March 2015
Honored to be featured in this recent Huffington Post blog by Ben Michaelis, Ph.D. Great spring cleaning tips for your mind! [Read more…] about Spring Cleaning Tips: De-cluttering Your Mind for a Fresh Start
Not as happy as you’d like to be? Good news! Happiness—like a sport—is a skill that can be mastered. Here’s how… [Read more…] about 10 Quick Ways to Master Happiness
Honored to be quoted in this Prevention Magazine article. Do you know how chronic jet lag affects your learning and memory?
Surprisingly, many daily choices that we make are not as healthy as you may think. Sure, your healthy, happy lifestyle can be affected by obvious things like:
But in this article published by Prevention Magazine, I share how your health and happiness – even your learning and memory – can be affected by every day things that may surprise you!
For instance, chronic jet lag from a busy travel schedule can affect your learning and memory for up to a month after you’ve returned home, according to research from the University of California, Berkeley.
And travelling through different time zones disrupts your body’s normal circadian rhythm, (the physical, mental and behavioral changes that follow a roughly 24-hour cycle, responding primarily to light and darkness in your environment.) In addition to problems with sleeping, eating and hormone regulation (all of which can also influence memory and learning) it serves as a significant source of stress on your body.
This is just one of the 6 surprising choices you might be making that may be affecting your health and happiness. The good news is – you can begin TODAY to make better than perfect choices for a healthy, happy, smarter lifestyle!
If you’ve ever felt the pressure to be Super-Mom, you probably realize that being perfect is not only impossible – it’s exhausting! You can be a better mom (and a better YOU) with helpful tips shared by me (and other experts) in this recent article by Julie Revelant.
While nobody’s perfect, many new moms often struggle with trying to do it all and doing it all perfectly. In this article, I explain how you can’t do it all – and you’re not supposed to! Learn how these 7 health decisions can help you be a better mom (without being perfect) for better choices, better relationships and a better YOU!