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Can 40 Seconds a Day Make You Healthier, Smarter, and More Energetic? What If You Could Ditch Your Traditional Cardio Workout?

You’ve probably heard of HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training), but what about SIT (Sprint Interval Training)? SIT intervals are done at an all-out pace – think being chased by a lion – whereas HIIT intervals are done at 80-90% of maximum. SIT workouts are also generally shorter than HIIT, with only 2-3 sprint intervals spaced …

Functional Medicine Bullet Journal

Bullet Journaling for Health the Functional Medicine Way How to Track Servings and Phytonutrients with Your Functional Medicine Food Plan

Are you looking for a way to use your bullet journal to track your Functional Medicine food plan?  You’ve come to the right place. Why Not Just Track Calories? Calorie counting may have its place, but in Functional Medicine, food QUALITY is paramount in making good food choices.  When we focus heavily on calories, we …

clarity

How to Gain Clarity of Mind

Sometimes fog is visible and we’re aware of it. But it can often pose as humidity that subtly dims our vision. We don’t notice the dullness and weight until the contrast of clarity brings perspective. An early glimpse of fall recently opened my eyes to clarity. The lack of humidity in the air made the …

Golden Hours

What Do You Do With Your Golden Hours?

What’s in your morning routine? Do you take full advantage of the Golden Hours? August is to my daily routine as January is to my diet. Like the Christmas gustatory indulgences, which upset my eating habits, the lack of structure during the summer – not to mention the four-month-old puppy – have wreaked their havoc …

solitude

Why We All Need a Little Solitude

One of my girlfriends has a waterproof notepad and pencil in her shower.  Did you know that such a thing exists?  I didn’t!  It’s genius because we all know that great ideas often strike in the shower.  But have you ever wondered why? Yesterday I was pondering that question…you guessed it, in the shower.  Why …

Time boxing

Using Timeboxing to Reduce Decision Fatigue

As I’ve been pondering decision fatigue lately, I’ve also been reading about what others are doing to reduce its effect on them.  One concept that has been intriguing to me is timeboxing. Timeboxing is simply limiting an activity to a set period of time. For example, you might set a timer for processing emails and …