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If you’ve been paying attention to Obama and Romney’s schedules lately, you’ll agree that making it through the presidential race requires remarkable stamina. With Hurricane Sandy hitting the North East earlier this week, things have just worsened for our current President.
BBC News reporter Cordelia Hebblethwaite interviewed me last week to get my tips for candidates. How can they preserve mental sanity under the current demands?read more »
One of the biggest obstacles we are struggling with today is how to sustain a lifestyle of health, happiness and productivity. We know what to do in order to be healthy, but sustaining these behaviors is definitely a challenge. And when we realize that some of our life habits and attitudes need to change to create health and wellbeing, we often end up even more stressed, just because we don’t see how we can possibly do it all! That’s exactly what I’ll talk about next Tuesday, August 28th on Voice America.read more »
Do your fitness goals propel you into action, or do they just make you feel guilty? If you have abandoned resolution after good intention, or if you have a hard time helping someone else with their desire to eat well, exercise or meditate regularly, get ready. This post, an excerpt from my interview at Be Healthy, Be Well, will help you set goals that are excuse-proof.read more »
The Medical Fitness Association will hold its Northeastern conference on May 30th in Mercerville, NJ. The agenda includes topics such as exercise as a healthcare component for cancer patients and evidence-based chronic disease tools and resources. I will present at 11AM. Here’s what I’ll discuss.read more »
I’m happy to report that one of you, dear SaS readers, thought that my latest blog post was worthy of the Huffington Post. Amy is a HuffPost contributor herself – see her articles here – and decided to put me in touch with the editors of the online news giant. Earlier this month, my first contribution went live. The good news for you? I made the new version of the article a bit more complete and explicit than the one posted on my blog. Want all the details of how to think your way to a thinner you? Get them here!read more »