SEARCH: Summer Fitness Tips

Summer Fitness Tips
by Donna Medina

HEATLTH Heather put under article blurb cause adIt’s the time of the year again when everyone’s schedule seems to fill up a lot faster than ever with outdoor activities and vacations.

Perhaps, you’ve already prepared your summer activities and outfits, but is your body ready for it? If you’re shaking your head or even unsure what to answer, don’t worry. It is not too late! With the following fitness tips, you can surely get your summer activity body ready for the summer heat.

Do the Boxing Workout

You don’t need fancy equipment to stay fit and active. A boxing workout will allow you to boost your strength, increase speed, and endurance. Though this workout can be a bit intense, the hard work is undoubtedly worth the reward. It combines speed, power, quickness, agility, and strength to ensure proper balance. Not only can you … continue reading in the Summer 2018 issue.

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SEARCH: Believe in Your Worth

Believe in Your Worth
by Angela Estes

BusinessWorthIf you’re reading this article, you probably don’t come from a long line of money. You’re not an heir to a fortune. Your ancestors were beholden to others for a living. Wage earners. If we think about the word ‘worthy’, you literally come from a long line of people whose financial ‘worth’ came from a bartered paycheck. Money is not a judge of your worthiness, yet it is human nature to mistake the two. Not always to our detriment.

Recently I listened to Bill Murray describe Gilda Radner’s capability of always getting a job. He credited her affluent upbringing and said it gave her a confidence that she would always have money. She didn’t question her worthiness, and she always got the job.

It’s not your worthiness that is the issue, but your confidence IN your worthiness.

Acknowledge things you don’t know about money. For example, debt is bad, right? We’ve all got that friend who has credit card debt to the tune of double digit thousands. Seems pretty bad, except there is good debt and bad debt. A good debt is… continue reading in the Winter 2017 issue.