Why hasn’t this Chicago restaurant owner taken out his trash in almost two years? While your first impression might be that his restaurant is swimming in refuse, I would gladly eat there because the principles behind how Justin Vrany runs his sandwich shop, “Sandwich Me” are very much in line with The Real Food Guide.
Watch and see why I wish more restaurants wouldn’t take out their garbage:
Let’s face it: stress happens. Major life stressors like a relationship break-up, a death in the family, or even ‘good’ stressors like a preparing for a big party, having a newborn or a scoring that new job, can throw you for a loop. But then, if your health is less than optimal you might find that even the little stressors of everyday life when you can’t find your keys, you’re running late, and your kids are bickering, are really taking their toll. Everyone has heard of lifestyle ways to help with stress – seeking counseling, doing yoga or meditation and deep breathing exercises, but did you know that there are nutritional ways that you can help your body cope with anxiety and stress? It’s true – feeling anxious, moody, depressed or irritable can actually be signs and symptoms of nutritional deficiencies.
Here are a list of 6 nutrients and foods that help you cope with anxiety and stress:
Happy New Year! As the first post of the New Year, I thought that I should post something, for posterity’s sake, at the very least. Honestly, I’ve never done New Year’s Resolutions, as they end up being paper-thin promises to myself that I wound up feeling guilty about come Valentine’s Day, or maybe by the time spring comes, if I was lucky.
However, I really like this approach that Chris Brogan has about choosing three words that act as reminders to help you to attain your goals in the new year. Use them as a mantra, or a touchstone of sorts when you’re feeling unfocused.
This is the first year I’ve tried choosing three words and it took me a little time to come up with the right ones. In no particular order, here are my three words for 2014:
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So, if there are e-books on this list that you’ve had your eye on, this is a great way to get them at a discount, along with many many other books. Here are four books I’ve reviewed that I think make this bundle worth purchasing:
The Latin root for the word “doctor”, docere, means “to show, to teach, or to cause to know“. Notably, the word doctor does not have any root-meanings of “dictate, command, or control”. Your doctor is not ‘the boss of you’, and there are many reasons why you should be your own health advocate.