1. Positive Thinking, Backwards

    A unique twist on positive thinking was taken from the Roman Stoic philosopher Lucius Annaeus Seneca (just Seneca to his friends.) He was a busy guy born in the year 4 BC He was not only a philosopher, but a tutor, statesman, dramatist, humorist and an advisor to Emperor Nero. His unusual twist on p…Read More

  2. Your Olympic Mental Games

    Do you get captivated by the Olympics too? I watch events I’d never heard of before! From my cozy sofa I cheer, applaud, and salute the athletes. They teach me a lot about training, tenacity, courage, winning…and losing.  Have you noticed a major strategy among the winners? At the 2014 Winter O…Read More

  3. 60 Seconds of SelfCare: The Miracle of Forgiveness

    Selfcare expert LeAnn Thieman shares tips to improve your life through forgiveness. For more lessons on life balance, living your priorities and creating more joy, visit SelfCare for HealthCare™. Contact me today to discuss implementing this powerful program at your facility.  Interested in LeAn…Read More

  4. 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

  5. Exercise Builds Your Body and Your Brain

    Exercise does more than build body strength, it also keep brain cells in shape. According to a Mayo Clinic study, exercise helps maintain the brain's gray matter, which is linked to various skills and thinking abilities. The study provided indirect evidence that aerobic exercise can have a positive …Read More