Just so you know, it's true. You really can reinvent yourself at any age. And why not?!?! Recent advances in neuroimaging techniques have discredited the old saying, You can’t teach an old dog new tricks. Scientists have discovered that the brain actually has dynamic properties throughout life. This means that your brain is always evolving. Through practice, you are able to change your habits and change yourself. So go on, reinvent yourself! ;-) #motivation #mythslies
If you could live a longer, healthier life by taking a small pill each day, you'd do it wouldn't you? You’d be crazy not to! Now I’m not talking about prescribed medications – that’s a different story. The pills I’m talking about popping are nutritional supplements. It's estimated that one out of every three Americans currently takes some sort of nutritional supplement each day. According to government statistics, more than $11 billion is spent each year on vitamins and miner
Here’s a great recipe to make the night before for an easy grab-n-go breakfast straight out of the fridge. It’s packed with protein, vitamins and minerals for sustained energy all morning long. And it tastes great too.
Here’s what you need… ¼ cup Greek Yogurt, plain, fat free ¼ cup low fat cottage cheese 1 scoop high quality strawberry or vanilla protein powder ¼ cup fresh berries 1 Tablespoon pecan pieces, toasted In a small bowl use a whisk to combine the yog
Just a quick note on the most important meal of the day... While you may be in a morning rush, I don’t want you making the mistake of eating one of these 4 things for breakfast:
1. Breakfast pastry: muffins, doughnuts, bear claws and croissants sure taste good with coffee, but all those refined carbs are going to cause unwanted weight gain.
2. Store Bought Granola Bars: watch out for the breakfast bars that claim to give you fiber, vitamins and minerals. Check the number of
Remember those younger years when it was easy to celebrate the coming New Year with excitement? Me too. Setting goals and fueling hope for a better year was almost automatic. As I age, however, it seems I’m becoming a bit more reluctant to create New Year’s Resolutions. I blame it on years of failed resolutions in the past. Gather too many, and the “new” of the coming year just lacks luster. What's the solution? Maximize the oportunities that the New Year can bring by choosin