Does your life need balancing? Is exercise part of your life balancing routine? Balance is what I believe is one of the most important things in life. Not extreme exercising or weight loss programs or changes in any area in your life but gradual and enjoyable movement toward balance.
In his book, The 20 Minute Break, Dr. Ernest Rossi tells you how to recognize your natural rhythms so you can avoid stress and learn how to maximize your performance and health.
If you continue to ignore your need to take a break you can experience more and more… Continue reading
Now is your time…there are so many choices.
The decision for women over 50 to be alone or in a romantic relationship is a new trend. I meet with baby boomers in my psychology and relationship coaching practices who are creating new retirement lives for themslves. According to a recent article in Huffington Post, many women feel overwhelmed with all their choices… Continue reading
During the night, I awoke to the words “Get laser focused.”
Over the past few months, I have been enjoying the newness, fun, and excitement of a new relationship. But I had allowed my home, exercise routine, psychology and coaching business, daily mail, my sleep and eating habits to be put aside.
By definition the term laser focused means, “Intensely paying attention to a single object, concept, person, or activity to the exclusion of everything else.” How do we keep a delicate balance in our busy, productive, but sometimes hectic lives?
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While recently visiting my mother at the Pickersgill Retirement Community in Baltimore, Maryland, I noticed her unsteady gait had again worsened. Since her diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease (PD) ten years ago, my mother has been treated with multiple medications, yet her condition deteriorates with each visit.
Parkinson’s disease is a progressive, neurodegenerative movement disorder. According to the Parkinson’s Disease Foundation, Parkinson’s disease affects about one million people in the United States and more than four million people worldwide. The disorder occurs in all races, but Parkinson’s is somewhat more prevalent among Caucasians. Men develop the disease slightly more often than… Continue reading