For Christmas, Michelle Obama stated that all she wants is a little more sleep. For many of us alike, sleep is the last thing we think about in our busy lives. Our main concerns are often balancing the demands of a busy working life, whilst looking after our homes, families and children. But what about ourselves? Occasionally we might fit in a few minutes to go to the gym, sit in a cafe, read a book. So why don’t we make an effort to get an extra 30 minutes of sleep every night?
Making healthy changes that become part of your everyday lifestyle is the best way to achieve a healthy weight and maintain it; but sometimes it can be hard to stay on track.
Happiness is a universal want. If you ask people what their goal in life is, the most prominent answer would be happiness. They may not use that exact word. Instead they could say to be rich, land their dream job, lose weight or start a family. That's what they link to the feeling of happiness.
Fear may not be a word you associate with weight loss, but there can be a component of fear in the weight loss process. As you begin to lose weight, or consider starting a weight loss program, understanding the emotional aspects of the weight loss process can help you succeed.
Have you heard the news? As part of our New Year’s Resolution to build a centre that will service the community’s needs, Enosis Medi-spa & Wellness Centre is now an authorised Participating Business in the Victorian Seniors Card Program. We now honour those who hold a Seniors Card with a 10% Discount on ALL Services and Purchases.
Is it true, that for the past few weeks, you have been inundated with articles and blogs written on New Year’s Resolutions? Indeed, we too have spoken about this very topic; but why all the hoo-ha over goal-setting that you can do at any time of the day, month or year? Because, according to statistics, whilst New Year’s Resolutions are fun to make, most of us will see them fail before the calendar turns to February. So, how do we make them successful?