Posts in Stress
How do I fit in effective training when I work 60+ hours a week?

The answer is that there is no simple answer. But here are a couple of thoughts to help you get there, starting with reframing what training means to you and changing the level of importance from “I can just cancel this session, I’m too busy” to “If I don’t train, I will get sick and won’t be able to work at all”.

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Revisited: Having fun is part of being healthy!

A look back at my article on fun! Play, fun, hobbies, unstructured activities and doing stuff without expecting an outcome are all things that keep humans balanced, happy and connecting with others. It can also reduce the risk of Alzheimer's and many other ailments, particularly those related to old age. Fun AND good for your health? Yes!

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Stress Management Tip #2

Stress is the number one factor that affects every aspect of your health. If you're stressed all the time, working out really hard is probably doing more harm than good. You need to look at your daily activities and start with prioritizing sleep, hydration and eating the foods that help fortify your body. 

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