A few weeks ago, I was listening to my health coaching client, Brian (not his real name), explain the reasons why he had put off accomplishing several of his weekly health and wellness goals. His reasons all made perfectly good sense. He had some last-minute client needs pop up. He hadn’t slept well for a few nights and was feeling less productive than usual. He didn’t know what he wanted to say in one of his communications to a client. You get the picture. Anyway, after we had a chance to discuss this further, we came to a mutual realization: Brian’s tendency towards procrastination was habitual, and it was time for us to address it head on.
Chances are that you, your friends, or members of your family have suffered from depression at one time or another. While psychotherapy and prescription drugs help many people suffering from depression, you can also lessen depression by making several lifestyle changes.
Now that January has come and gone, how are you doing with your New Year’s resolutions? If you’re like the majority of people, you’re already looking at your resolutions in the rear-view mirror—and you’re not too thrilled with the view!
There are way too many conflicting dietary “dos” and “don’ts” floating around in the universe.
In this season of fried clams, ice cream cones, and lemonade, how can a lowly broccoli spear or a wedge of watermelon compete for our attention?