Surprising Facts About Not Eating Enough

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How Do You Sabotage Your Success?

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A Parent’s Guide to Parallel Play

Are you concerned about the way your toddler plays? They sit next to other kids with their blocks or trucks, but you don’t see them making much effort to interact. If so, you can relax. This is a natural and important stage of development called parallel play. In fact, it’s one of six stages of […]

Who Else Wants to Lose Weight Without Going to the Gym?

[embedyt][/embedyt] Visiting a gym regularly is a great way to lose weight, but there are alternatives. You can design your own program for shedding extra pounds. Maybe your local gyms are too expensive or too far away. Maybe you’re uncomfortable working out in public or tired of waiting in line for a treadmill. As […]

What You Need to Know about the New Physical Activity Guidelines

For the first time in ten years, the US government has updated its physical activity and exercise guidelines. While most of the recommendations remain the same, there are a few additions that could make it easier to reach your fitness goals. That’s important because only about 20% of Americans are getting adequate exercise. In addition […]

The Surprising Truth about Bickering

Do you worry about what bickering is doing to your relationships? You like to hang the toilet paper under while your partner prefers it over. You want to spend the weekend catching up on chores while they look forward to using their time off to relax in front of the TV. You may be relieved […]

A 7-Step Process for Dealing With Failure and Other Setbacks

You can accomplish anything if you’re willing to fail along the way. Failure is a consistent part of success. The most successful people fail far more often than the least successful people. Life is full of setbacks. The question is whether you allow failure and other setbacks to derail your efforts. Everyone can learn to […]

7 Important Strategies for Exercising While Fasting

When it comes to working out while fasting, expert opinions differ, and various studies have produced conflicting results. Still, there’s a general consensus that unless you have certain medical conditions, it’s unlikely to do much harm and it may help you burn more fat. The truth is that your body will try to adapt to […]

5 Steps to Overcome the Fear of Success

Fear of success? Most people don’t believe they fear success, but most of them would be incorrect. Our lives rarely change because we become comfortable with our situation. We might not like it, but it’s comfortable. We know what to expect. We might be unhappy, but we know we can deal with it. In a […]

Stop Worry in 7 Steps

Think about how much time you spend worrying each day. Has any of that worrying ever accomplished anything positive in your life? Imagine what you could do with all of that time and energy. Imagine how much happier and comfortable you would be if you could minimize amount of time you spend worrying each day. […]