By Michael Lee
Happiness is a state of mind. Although certain circumstances can't help but affect you, the decision to laugh or cry remains yours to be made. So instead of drowning in sorrow, why not teach yourself how to become a happy person?
Turning your frown upside down comes with a lot of benefits.... Read More
Most people do well within the positions that they enjoy, positions that they can make a difference and feel proud of their accomplishments whether it's in the forefront or behind the scenes. If people are placed within the best position within an organization, club, or group they can succeed by leaps and bounds using astrology!
Here's the formula:
In short, there are four elements in which the astrological signs divide by. Along with the... Read More
by Ted Goldberg
Luscious desserts and low-carb diets typically do not mix. Sugar is, of course, a carbohydrate. How can you have something "sweet" without using sugar?
Those of us who cook know that using artificial sweeteners changes the recipe drastically. Substances like saccharin have less... Read More
When you're trying to lose weight by cutting back on calories, keeping your energy levels up can be a challenge. Many dieters fail at sticking with their diet plan because they simply feel too tired, depressed or lethargic after a few days. When your body isn't used to a lower calorie intake from your diet plan, you may experience a noticeable energy dip that makes it much harder to stick with your diet in the long-term; however, there are... Read More
By Chris Le Roy
The world we live on is nothing but a mound of chaotic pressure that is building to the point it bursts like a volcano. We are bombarded with pressure from our employers, our customers and families to the point where some people actually do break. Most of us today in professional lives spend... Read More
For many of us, finding time to incorporate fitness into our daily schedules can be challenging. There are those who have made a daily trip to the gym an integral part of their lives, one that is planned for and considered an investment in the sanctity of their physical and mental health. These people rarely miss a workout, truly enjoy the experience and appreciate the rewards that come as a result of their efforts. But what of you and me, those... Read More
By John Purfield
Sleep deprivation is when your body does not get the required sleep it needs. Sleep deprivation could be voluntary or not (through a sleep disorder). There are many signs of sleep deprivation. Some are noticeably obvious and some symptoms are not because you may think the other symptoms you're... Read More
The workplace is a minefield of potential diet disasters. Vending machines in the lunch room, a candy dish on every other desk and donuts served at every business meeting can break the resolve of even the most determined health conscious person.
It can be tough trying to resist temptation at every turn, but it's not impossible. There are ways to maintain... Read More
With all the current news regarding a bad flu season, it's more important now than ever that employees know when to stay home from work. While that scratchy throat and runny nose could just be a case of allergies, it could also be a sign of something worse. Here is a good guideline that will help you determine whether you should call in sick.
REASONS TO STAY HOME
1. Fever. This one is just common sense. A fever is the body's way of... Read More
A cough and a sneeze can mean the start of something big - and not in a good way. It seems like your children come down with those icky ailments when you least expect them. Of course, there's never a good time for anybody in your family to get sick, but Murphy 's Law says that your offspring will likely fall ill at the worst possible time. That's why it's important to always have a plan in place for when your kids do get sick. This is... Read More