Boomers (those born from the 1940s to the 1960s), grew up during the prosperous post-WWII years. The late boomers, born in the 60s are now in their 50s and 60s and are closer to retirement . They are facing specific … Continue reading
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It is the end of the year, like each year you are starting thinking about your New Year resolutions. You have the same goals that you have failed before but this time, unlike last year, you really want to make … Continue reading
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I have made a summary of important scientific data regarding cholesterol and health including nutrition and lifestyle recommendations You can read the whole article written by By Ryan Andrews from Precision Nutrition Precision Nutrition/ All About Cholesterol I also used medical … Continue reading
I read this article from the blog “Zen Thinking” : you only lose what you cling to and it suggested to me that there is no concept of loss if there’s no act of clinging, leading to another idea that … Continue reading
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Significant life transitions, such as moving to a new city or a new country, becoming a parent or retiring, can be exciting, exhilarating and giving you a chance to grow. Yet transitions, even positive ones, can also be stressful and … Continue reading
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The Opposite principle is illustrated in an episode of the TV show Seinfeld, when George decides to do the opposite of everything he usually does, because his life sucks. When he begins to do this, his luck changes and everything begins … Continue reading
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Modern lifestyle, with its lack of everyday physical activity and exercise training, predisposes people to chronic diseases such as diabetes. In this article discover the multiple benefits of Nordic Walking. This is the first article of this new blog dedicated … Continue reading