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Do your batteries need recharging? Are you ready to shift your energy towards creating a new you? Well it’s TIME to do for you…
Meet Robin Tillotson, the owner of This I Do For Me: a new and innovative business geared toward the 50+ woman, who after nurturing family, grandchildren, friends and elderly parents, along with managing career obligations, realizes she has not taken time through the years to recharge her batteries so she can appreciate and savor all of the experiences in her life.
Most people set fitness and healthy habits as part of their New Year's resolutions. Yet, they often quite after the first few weeks or month. Does this sound like familliar? How can you stay healthy, fit, and inspired to not only begin, but continue your healthy lifestyle? Join your hosts, Grant and Melissa Virtue, as they discuss healthy habits to last you throughout the New Year. Grant will discuss his fitness regime and what inspires him to keep going. Melissa will discuss her fitness choices and how she keeps fuled.
It's been a while, but we are so happy we're back! First and foremost, we hope 2016 is all that you are hoping for. Join your host, Fuzzy Q, Stephen L, Radar aka The Sports Doc. and we have a new person joining our team, Carolina. Please call in to welcome Carolina to the show.
Well, Superbowl 50 is just around the corner. Call in with your favorite to win. We have ours. Join us at 7:00 p.m. and the number is: 347-539-5867 EST.
This is not just a topic for plus size men and women; we are going to discuss how to live healthy in your body and in your mind. Stress is just as unhealthy and eating a burger every day. We are going to tackle the things that keep us unhealthy and how we can correct them. Join the party
Good morning and welcome to Get Healthy Now with Denise Thomson, Founder and CEO of Miclknight. I am an Educator, Speaker, Author, Full-Circle Health Coach and passionate about healthy and balanced living.
Last week: Emotional Balance, today 2/4 Spiritual Balance; next week 2/11 Physical Balance; 2/18 Mental Balance.
My favorite word is: Moderation in what ever we do. What I mean with Spritual Balance is to have something to look up to, for example Nature, Sounds, Yoga, God, Buddah, something where you can pull strength from.
Why is this so important? As a baby we had our parent(s) nurture us. As children, we made friends and enjoyed spending time with them, sharing, playing. As teens it started getting a bit more competitive, and as adults, we get lost at times, because the support we had has shifted in us, as we want to be self-sufficient, knowing the answers, being respected,
That's why we need a supreme being or something that grounds us, so we are balanced. Remember the muscle testing we did last week? Use it!
From my experience, my spritual life means being, doing, giving the best I can each and every day and get the strength and wisdom from above to know what it is. Ask yourself, what is it for you? Do you get guidance from somewhere you feel you want to tune in, listen, then head the thought, feeling, guidance you get? Do you feel a shift in your body, your mind, your soul? That's what a Spiritual Balance is for me. Then I test it and when it's solid, I follow the action to that thought.
Good morning and welcome to Get Healthy Now with Denise Thomson, Founder and CEO of Miclknight, where health is our priority. I am an Educator, Speaker, Author, a Full-Circle Health Coach, and passionate about a healthy and balanced lifestyle.
Already 2 wks after Thanksgiving?
Has anything changed?
Are you +/- thankful than at Thanksgiving?
How do you look at things today?
Have you made any changes?
Are you thankful when you wake up in the AM?
Are you speaking it to be a great day?
Is each day you are alive the best day of your life again?
Are you in control of your mood?
Have you gone back to healthy and balanced eating?
Are you eating 12-15 servings of fruits and veggies/day?
Are you eating lots of sugars?
Are you eating too many carbs?
They convert into fat
Do you feel strong, healthy and non-stressed, or are you stressed more than you can handle?
How does any of this relate to GHN?
How does it affect your health?
Mental attitude – balance / full circle
Q: Has anything changed since Thanksgiving? (Cheat day!)
Q: Will you make any changes re: ESPM?
Let’s start 2016 with a BANG of Health, Happiness and Balance!
Recap: work on ESPM daily to be balanced, H, H, and Prosper.
Until Next Week! Stay healthy, happy and empowered!
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Nina Foxx is an NAACP Image Award nominated writer, award winning filmmaker and playwright. She has authored numerous books as both Nina Foxx and Cynnamon Foster. Just Short of Crazy is her second work for the stage. We are going to have a blast talking with Nina about the play, her books and learn how she balances it all without going Short of Crazy!
924 Network proudly presents another episode of celebrated Dirty After Dark series.
TasteMe Tuesday brings that romantic, sensual,and seductive aspect of the growth and sexy lifestyle with that Rough Rugged & Raw feel of the 924 Network.
So sit back relax and let yourself go.. Forget what you heard but act like your know.
Good morning and welcome to Get Healthy Now with Denise Thomson, Founder and CEO of Miclknight. I am an Author, Speaker, Full-Circle Health Coach and passionate about healthy and balanced living.
Why is Emotional Balance in our life so important?
I am not a Psychiatrist or a Psychologist, though have studied Psychology to become a nurse and then a teacher.
Why do these two professionals say we need Emotional Balance?
to understand people better, learn easier
to know how to ask questions that open up their minds and emotions i/o to help them
How do we know that we are Emotionally balanced?
When we are, how do we feel? Stressed? Even keeled? Easy going? Happy?
When we are not? Tense? Irritable? Angry? Frustrated?
What are the side affects of either?
How can we avoid the negative side affects?
How can we make sure we are balanced? Titer Toter, muscle testing
Meditation, Music, reading, listening to positive talk, walk, exercise, rest, healthy nutrition, ample hydration
Interaction with others
Recap: being emotionally balanced with all of the above mentioned points, helps us avoid going into Depression, having suicidal thoughts, and worse. It's all about Balance and today it's the Emotional Balance.
Stay happy, healthy and empowered!
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The path to health is not a quick or even necessarily an easy one. However, we can get better results when we think of health as a path or a journey. In this episode we will be learning from Holistic Life Coach and Business Mentor Suzanne Taylor as she shares about the path to a healthy lifestyle.
About Suzanne Taylor:
Spending 25 years in the dental field, I transitioned into fitness, wellness coaching and in the last five years incorporated Holistic lifestyle coaching into my practice . Incorporating Aromatherapy, Reiki, Reflexology to connect the mind/body/life and business. With over 15 health, wellness and coaching certifications and a wealth of life experiences I feel uniquely qualified to lead you on your path to a healthy lifestyle. Married for 10 years and mom to a fabulous little man who is 6 years old.. I have a passion for big dogs (Great Danes) surfing, snowboarding and anything outdoors.
About the Hosts:
Rachel Haviland, Ph.D. blends 19 years in scientific research with cutting-edge marketing techniques to bring a unique perspective to medical marketing. An experienced writer, trainer and speaker with an entrepreneurial mindset, she combines innovative marketing solutions with extensive healthcare knowledge to create campaigns that produce results.
Genevieve Kohn has 25 years' experience in the health and wellness fields. She is a health coach and helps health companies and small businesses grow by establishing and augmenting their presence on social media.
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