It’s the end of winter. Your vitamin D stores are somewhat depleted and the Christmas/New Year’s weight might be stubbornly hanging on. It’s time to re-energize by getting active, eating good food, breathing fresh mountain air and surrounding yourself with like-minded people.
It’s pretty easy to get into a rut – eating patterns, inactivity, stress and lack of adequate rest all settle into a predictable rhythm. Each January, many of us plan to transform our lifestyle, but those high hopes can fizzle. Here are 10 tips to help you make transformation a reality. Focus on one or [...]
Maintaining a regular sleep-wake cycle in the darker winter months is vital to staying healthy and combating Seasonal Affective Disorder. Also it's important to maintain proper nutrition as well. Combined these tips can help beat the winter blues.
Instead of New Year’s resolutions this year, why not think of 2011 as an opportunity to add some new ideas into your lifestyle. For instant stress release try: Have a cup of tea. Perhaps the English had it right taking an afternoon break for tea. According to a study conducted at University College London, tea [...]
I had every intention of writing a list of New Year’s resolutions for this blog before 2010 descended upon me. However, like all good intentions, things get in the way. I have a good excuse (as far as excuses go) as Mountain Trek’s Turkey Burn program was in full force and I can say I [...]