A Routine for the Easily Bored

The healthiest life choices for each of us vary from person to person. Some of us work in an office and have a routine so built in that we can drive home without even realizing we’ve been gone for the day. Others of us, however, work from home, and have the possibility of having absolutely…

A Healthy Practice: Time to Contemplate

Something else that’s healthy for this gal, is just sprawling out in a park or on a lawn somewhere, and lie on my back, looking at the sky. Naming clouds, counting stars, watching planes fly over. Keeping aware of the vastness of the universe and my smallness within that universe. Humility and gentleness are vital…

No More Restarts

Wha’s healthy for you isn’t necessarily healthy for me. And visa versa. And this year is all about discovering all of the “healthy for me” stuff that I can. One of the things I’ve noticed is unhealthy is constantly restarting things. I’m a hint O.C.D. and like things in order, arranged, organized, and “perfect.” I…

A Little Green Tea Goes a Long Way

One thing I’ve learned is that drinking green tea daily is good for my health, both physical and mental. I just feel better after a cuppa. I’m one of those people that caffeine does little for (besides more frequent bathroom visits), but the antioxidants in green tea gives me a mental boost. Plus, I love…

Intermittent Fasting and Me

This week, I’ve been thinking about the benefits of intermittent fasting. It’s not for everybody–like those with hypoglycemia or diabetes. But it’s been one of the most effective ways for me to keep cravings in check, and prevent myself from overeating on the regular. That means that it’s healthy for me. I still consume the…