Check out this great IIFYM article : 9 Foods That Are Beneficial for Cognitive Health.
For those of you that are unfamiliar with IIFYM, it stands for If It Fits Your Macros and you can learn more about that healthy lifestyle switch here.
I got this article from the realtor.com email newsletter. It’s full of handy tips for getting and staying organized.
Another organization rule I’ve always lived by: the Ohio method. Only Handle It Once
I found this amazing article on running for weight loss–must read!
Many of my clients struggle with self-acceptance and other issues of self-worth. This is a good read to help you be a better friend to yourself.
Punctuality, particularly first thing in the morning, has never been my strongest suit. I’m such a motivated person throughout the day, and that fire can stay strong well into the evening hours when I should be winding down; then getting up and running in the morning is hell. I read this fantastic article from Foundr about some important tips for getting better sleep, which makes mornings a bit more bearable. These are tools I’d teach to clients in therapy and they’re proven to help.
The gist is:
They also threw in some #neuroscience and a link for these awesome morning oat recipes! So basically you must check out this fantastic article and get on track to have more productive and stress-free mornings.
This article is just a little more science behind why having a “cheat meal” will help you reach your fitness goals all the same.
Interesting article from spring.org.uk