We know diet is important for health: waistline, heart health, cholestoral, blood pressure and more. But did you know how important it is for your brain? Do you know which foods to eat to promote calmness and pleasure? Which foods to consume to increase your energy?
Have you ever felt burnt out at work? I know I have. It’s one of the main reasons I arrived at realizing I had to make major lifestyle and stress coping management changes. It’s what brought me to pursuing wellness in all areas of my life; where I made room and created healthy habits to Fit Wellness in my every day.
There is the old adage the power of the pen. But is the pen powerful? Does it really make a difference for us to write something then it does to type it? I decided to explore that, keep reading to find out what I learned.
Why does it seem so hard to change habits? We’ve all been there. Decided to exercise more, eat better, get more sleep, stop smoking, drink less, be more assertive, be less reactive or fill in the blank with whatever it is. And yet despite knowing the behavior change will benefit us, we find ourselves slipping back into old conditioning. I’ll share 5 reasons why, and how you can use them to start moving towards long lasting change.
It seems like the best ideas happen when we are problem solving. And that’s how this scrumptious and satisfying meal came about. You’ll love this meatless wonder; chock full of fiber, protein, probiotics, vitamins A and C, potassium and calcium. Tasty + Good for you = Good Eats!