WELLNESS TIP WEDNESDAY: How to Stop a Bad Habit – Don’t Deprive, Replace

  Ever try to ‘willpower’ yourself into NOT doing something? You know, like stopping a not-so-healthy habit? How has that worked for you? It’s a nice intention, for example, to decide you’re going to stop getting that candy bar at the vending machine during an afternoon slump at work or stop staying up late bing-watching Netflix on a weeknight. But having an intention not to do something is rarely an empowering enough strategy to make a sustainable change. In fact, if the thing you’re trying to change has it’s own momentum, […]

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WELLNESS TIP WEDNESDAY: Essential daily neck stretches if you text or use a computer

  If you are like most people these days, I bet you often have your head hanging down looking at your phone. Or jutted forward for hours at a time while on your computer. That is a recipe for chronic neck tension, huh? Well on this week’s Wellness Tip Wednesday I’m sharing some great stretches for you to do. But here’s the key… you need to do them regularly. Have a listen for my thoughts about how to make them happen every day! Let me know if you find these […]

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WELLNESS TIP WEDNESDAY: The number one thing your desk chair needs if you have neck and back tension

  If you sit at a desk all day I bet you’ve had your share of neck and back tension from being schlumped over a little too much. When I work with my massage therapy clients, there is one tip I always share with them that is THE key to preventing chronic computer posture pain. It’s an easy adjustment you can add to your desk chair. I describe it here on this week’s Wellness Tip Wednesday video. Share your thoughts in the comments below. Have you tried a strategy like […]

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WELLNESS TIP WEDNESDAY: How to manage plantar fasciitis (that horrible pain in your foot)

  Have you ever had plantar fasciitis? It’s a sharp, awful pain in the bottom of your foot. If you’ve ever had it, you know. And the biggest problem you probably also know is, once you’ve triggered it, it’s not easy to get rid of. Here’s the important key — what often sets it off is your tight calves and hamstrings. If you find that your lower back and the backs of your legs are often tight, or if you have ever tried to recover from plantar fasciitis, this week’s […]

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WELLNESS TIP WEDNESDAY: How to have a great week – bookend your days

  Do you sometimes go through the week getting to bed way too late, having a hard time getting up in the morning, rushing to work and having your whole day really not feel good and flow because of it? It’s a pattern many of us often mindlessly fall into. In this week’s Wellness Tip Wednesday I’m sharing a tip I refer to as ‘bookending your days.’ An awareness and intentionality about how you not only begin each day, but how you end them, really makes a powerful difference in […]

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WELLNESS TIP WEDNESDAY: Natural Support for Allergy Symptoms

  We are heading full into spring here in Boston. Trees are greening and things are blooming. And I’m wondering… are you someone who struggles with allergy symptoms? Allergies can sometimes take the fun right out of enjoying the spring season, huh? There are certainly lots of things people do to help alleviate symptoms. In this week’s Wellness Tip Wednesday I wanted to share with you a natural support that I’ve found really useful. Perhaps you’ve heard the suggestion of using a neti pot to rinse your nasal passages? Well […]

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WELLNESS TIP WEDNESDAY: How you Breathe Matters

  Are you a vertical breather or a horizontal breather? May sound like a strange question but your answer can make a big difference to your health and wellbeing. On this week’s Wellness Tip Wednesday learn how to notice the way you breathe and the effect it can have on health issues like foggy thinking, digestive issues, high blood pressure and insomnia. Here’s a link to the book mentioned in the video: Breathe by Dr. Belisa Vranich. Share your thoughts in the comments below. I’d love to hear – what […]

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