Archive for the 'Health and Fitness' Category

Three Reasons Why Exercise is Important

Exercise“Movement is a medicine for creating change in a person’s physical, emotional, and mental states.” -Carol Welch

By now, we should all be aware that exercise is an important part of our lives. To reap the benefits, try exercising for a month. Expecting results in a week will make you quit your workout plan in disappointment.

Here’s three reasons why exercise is important in my life and should be in yours too.

Achieve Never Before Seen Success

SuccessRecently, I’ve added a consultations page to BeTrulyHappy.

Since BeTrulyHappy is becoming more popular by the day, I thought it would be a great way to provide more value to the readers. Right now, my consultation appointments usually come from local advertisements and referrals.

I have appointment times available so I encourage you to book before they get filled and you have to wait until I’m finished with current clients.

36 Easy Tips for a Healthier Diet

Healthier-dietYou are what you eat. A healthier diet will not only make you physically fit, but mentally and emotionally as well. Food is the fuel for our bodies, so make sure you put the right stuff in there or else you’ll break down sooner and won’t function at your best. Here’s some easy tips.

5 Things to Do When You Need To Relax

1) Take a Nice Long Bath When there’s too many things on your mind, there is nothing like getting away to a warm relaxing bath. If you want to really get in the relaxing mood, go ahead and

Staying Energized in 2010

There’s a much healthier way to staying energized than gulping down energy drink after energy drink. It’s also easier than you think.

Top Ten Reasons to Exercise

Exercising has become a very important part of my life. There was a point though where I drifted away from exercising. I would do

Examples of SMART Goals

SMART goals are used to make it easier to achieve your goals. SMART is an acronym for Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, and Timely.

A goal such as “I want to write a book” is vague. Vague goals lack plans and a way to track progress. It also doesn’t have a timeline to it. Setting a goal is one thing but having a plan and a deadline is what makes the goal attainable.

I will share with you some very good examples of SMART goals.

Fear Keeps You Small

[ "Only Thing We Have to Fear is Fear itself" - FDR ] Fear is within everyone but fear is manageable. There is never anyone that is so courageous that they do not feel fear. They simply do

Food for the Brain

What’s your brain eating? Eat food for the brain to improve your memory, concentration, and energy. Of course there are many more health benefits that arrive with eating