Category: Diabetes

Take time to be a kid….

Do you remember that fearless sense of adventure you had when you were a kid?   A lot of that is because we simply have not weathered life’s storms!   There is something decadent in the “innocence” of youth and seeing and doing things for the first time. A life mantra of mine is to […]

Avoid Overthinking and Perfectionism – Just Start….

Last week I wrote about the effects fluctuating hormones have on our body and brain, and how physical activity can help balance that out.   Also, I wrote about not overthinking about how you move in your day, as long as you do it.     Have you ever watch Golden Girls?  This has to be the […]

The link between Physical Activity, Hormonal changes and Brain Health

Are you a woman and experiencing hormonal changes?   Trust me on this one, if you are struggling to find the time to add a bit a physical activity into your day-you will want to find the time.   Your brain health (reward system) will thank you and amaze you. Did you know as a woman your  […]

BOKS Canada- Keeping Kids Moving

Happy Sunday, Today, a gentle reminder of the invaluable resource of  “BOKS Canada”! A focused approach on building activity into the day of children and trying new things. In this above picture we were working on getting the child comfortable with standing up on the SUP board.  Within 10 minutes – he was all set.  […]

Could you be on too much Diabetes medication? Dr. Sue comments!

Happy Easter Weekend- blessings to all, and may your weekend be everything you want it to be! For my Diabetes community, here is an article from Dr. Sue!   Could you be on too much Diabetes medication? Could you be on too much diabetes medication?   I am sharing yesterday’s sunrise!   This morning was […]

There is magic in “movement”

Happy Wednesday-I heard on the radio this morning one of those crazy studies- apparently the average first “smile” of the day is at 11am.   I do not believe that can be true- if it is, there is a serious problem. Now- if you wake in the morning to stiff joints, motion that is not […]

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