Each day in both my professional and personal life I get questions about exercise, cancer, and exercise post cancer and during active treatment.
As for many of us, summer tends to be filled with lake time, special occasion events and parties.
How much we take for granted! This was my exact thought upon reading this article: http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/06/06/living-with-cancer-look-good-feel-better/?nl=health&emc=edit_hh_20130611
Health and beauty is not all about vanity and self-absorption.
My case of “The Mondays” began last night. At about 8pm, classic symptoms set in– a knot formed in my stomach, I had shortness of breath, jaw tension and a horrid case of wanting to crawl out of my skin.
I’m currently sitting on the deck outside in South Carolina. It has been a full year since I took my last vacation.
Last week, I posted about different ways a person can deal with the stress in their lives.
In less than two weeks I will be hopping on a jet plane on my way to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina for a family vacation.
Stress is something that affects us all. Whether it is physical, mental, or emotionally dragging you down, it is important to remember we need to try to maintain composure and keep stress to a minimum if possible.