1. What Do You Want to Do, Be, Achieve?

    What do you want to do, be, and achieve? Contemplate that, make a decision, and set a goal. There are mountains of books on the topic, but here are LeAnn’s 7 steps of Goal Setting: Write the goal on paper. Make it specific, measurable, realistic yet challenging. List the benefits of achieving it. …Read More

  2. Ask for What You Need to Balance Your Life

    The ultimate in health and happiness is achieving balance. Finding the right mix of mind, body and spirit; home, work and family; friends, relationships and career, can be a challenge. The good news is that while it may seem impossible, it is not! We have different demands and needs, however, at var…Read More

  3. Ask for What You Need; Be Grateful for What You Have

    As we ask for what we need to put our lives better in balance, it’s good to remember to be thankful for what we have. Even people in the most dire circumstances can write items on their Things I Am Thankful For list. Gratitude in itself is a powerful life balance tool. It makes us healthier. Reall…Read More

  4. Breakfast – It Really IS the Most Important Meal of the Day

    The most common reason for skipping breakfast is: I don't have time. How do you make breakfast a priority and a reality? In this video, LeAnn offers some practical tips that will work for everyone's schedule and lifestyle. To learn how to create wellness programs for happier, less stressed, more eng…Read More

  5. Can Being Sleepy Make You Chubby?

    It's true: we eat unhealthier foods--and more of them--when we are sleep deprived. How can you make sure you're getting enough sleep? LeAnn provides a great tip. For more information about LeAnn and her SelfCare for HealthCare Program, contact us today.…Read More

  6. 2020 Northside Hospital Case Study

    Identified Opportunity: Northside Hospital (NH) is a network of hospitals and medical facilities in the Atlanta, Georgia metropolitan area. Its specialties include oncology, gynecology, neurology, orthopedic surgery and gastroenterology. At NH, clinical excellence and compassionate, patient-cente…Read More

  7. Spend Time in Nature for Better Health

    Spending time in nature brings many physical and mental health benefits. Now a new study suggests that even just being able to see nature from your bedroom window could support your health. According to research by investigators from the University of Plymouth in the United Kingdom, having a view of…Read More

  8. Do I Diet or Exercise First?

    If you’re trying to eat more healthfully or exercise regularly, researchers have a surprising tip: consider making both changes at the same time. It may seem counterintuitive. Changing diet and exercise habits both require time and motivation. But research has shown people have more success when d…Read More

  9. Sedentary Lifestyle Increasing

    Since publication of the Physical Activity Guidelines (PAG) for Americans in 2008, there has been no increase in adherence to aerobic activity guidelines, while sedentary time has increased, according to a study. The University of Iowa examined the concurrent changing trends in adherence to the PAG …Read More

  10. Don’t Grab the Grab-and-go Foods

    Grab-and-go foods are an easy option for busy lives. But if you choose ultra-processed foods, you may pick up something you don't want -- heart disease. About 55% of Americans' daily calories come from eating ultra-processed foods. And the more calories that came from ultra-processed foods, the wors…Read More