Choose to challenge gender stereptype because a challenged world is an alert world.
Have you been trying to make exercise and healthy eating a part of your lifestyle but for some reason you keep falling back into your old routines and eating patterns? You’re not alone. Many people struggle with building and maintaining healthy lifestyle habits too. One major reason why this happens is because of the wayContinue reading “Six steps to building healthy habits”
“The World Health Organization (WHO) defines health as a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.” Though this defination paints a clear picture of what health is, good health still means something different to different people. For example, Patient Bond’s psychographic segmentation classifies five distinctContinue reading “The five Fs of healthy living”
Why are you exercising? What is the desired outcome you expect to have by exercising consistently? And how do you maintain a consistent exercise plan without falling off your routine? Follow me as I show you five strategies I use to stay consistent.
What do you do when life as you know it suddenly changes for the worse? How do you recover from a major tragedy? Where can you find the type of support you need to get through the difficult times? These are the kinds of questions many of us have been forced to answer in theContinue reading “Resilience – the ability to bounce back when life knocks you down”
Balanced living requires us to be conscious and aware of everything going on around and within us. The ultimate goal is neither to resist change nor hold on to one way of responding. The ultimate goal is awareness – being fluid and understanding, indulging in moderation (or offsetting excess) and accepting life as it changes moment by moment.
Balancing calories or simply knowing how much food to consume in one sitting can be very difficult. To do this effectively requires first understanding the difference between serving size and portion size. Read more….
In these uncertain times, it makes sense to stock up essentials. While that is good, people are hoarding and as a result spending way more than they should on really unnecessary items, like the toilet paper craze. When push comes to shove, can you eat the toilet paper? Please shop smart. Buy things that are lifesaving.
I was recently invited to speak at Smart Liberia’s ” Women Empowerment Session” on the topic “ Planning for your future”. The Women Empowerment Session is a round table capacity building event that brings together young entrepreneurs and professionals to discuss the issues that affect and/or stimulate young people and entrepreneurial success. It was anContinue reading “Plan your future in five easy steps”
I’ve always struggled with my weight. Growing up, I was always the youngest and almost always the biggest. Whenever I told people my real age, they didn’t believe me. So I grew up overly conscious about my weight and always on some crazy diet. Every time I started one “lose weight quick plan”, guess whoContinue reading “Where to get your daily recommended carbs”