Hi, I am resuming regular walking, or yoga stretches every day, from 6:30am to 7am, or in the evening for 30 minutes, just to see if it will make a difference in weight management and I think it will. I'm aiming to include some fruit and yogurt and one granola bar for a snack each day. Check out this article as well. Take care and hope you have a nice day. ~ Pialee Roy, Ph.D., edited, 7/21/19
What are three things you love about your job? For me, it's (1) work life balance, or striving towards that! (2) I like being able to help people to recognize their strengths and capabilities, or working on any quality improvement initiatives (3) I also like having some pocket money also! What about you? Feel free to comment below! Hope you have a lovely day! ~ Pialee Roy, Ph.D.
I think this is a fantastic discovery, until you realize the New England Aquarium in Boston is directly across from Legal Seafood restaurant. Lol. At least they have good intentions. Just some humor for the day which also hopefully helps with stress management! Hope you have a lovely day! ~ Pialee Roy, Ph.D.
Reposted from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (January 18, 2019) "Raw dough and batter are never safe to eat, even if they don’t contain raw eggs. Tasting just a small amount can make you sick from germs in uncooked flour or raw eggs. Bake or cook dough and batter before eating. https://go.usa.gov/xPN3d
Hi everyone, I am taking another two weeks to get organized with all my work, health, and activity plans... I have now invested in a daily planner from At-a-glance which totally works with my twelve hours days! I realized my life was like this last Fall, and am thankful to have a place to write down notes before I go to sleep or when I first wake up that I can place a check mark next to when completed. The result is a feeling of accomplishment that motivates me to keep going...and yet find time to take rest or time for lesiure as well...That said, I recommend signing up for activities that are feasible to keep up with, once you find spaces of time to allot to the priorities of your life!
For me this includes, starting to cook more, walking, talking, reading, working, and etc. And a website that I like for implementing activity plans is https://www.meetup.org Feel free to check that out for activities in your local places.
I started the new year with decluttering by getting large plastic boxes and finally going to a local donation venue to give away clothes and items that were in good condition however that I could no longer use in spite of my progress in losing weight, last year, a net value of 20 pounds! Still, just can't wear the same jeans I wore in college or just after I had graduated. Yet before my weight gain occurred during the last two years of graduate school, 2016 to 2018, occasionally life could works its magic and I could get into dresses from ten years prior, go figure, so I kept those as a reminder and will start budgeting to go shopping eventually in the spring. The effect was a more organized closet space and a healthier mental energy from the process.
My recommendation is to try to declutter one room a day until everything is organized again and to give away extra items. Find your local donation venue, like goodwill for example: