It's a big decision to choose what "path" you want to take with the health of your child, so choosing the best doctor and health care team to guide that path is absolutely crucial. (PS: You'll want to keep reading to hear all about some awesome giveaways!!)
... and let you know a little secret that most people and parents don't know about health these days.
Health is actually super simple.
We really can break it down to these main 'Core 4' elements:
As we continue the series we'll now break down simple, practical, easy-to-implement steps for each of those Core 4 elements and also explain the science and reasoning behind each one!
Next up - nerding out with neurology...
We all know that if you add it all up, 2020 was a straight dumpster fire of stress on top of stress. We entered last year already overstressed, tense, and anxious... and then all that transpired sent a "surge" of stress on top of that.
For most of us, it hit us in pretty much all directions - work, home, family, and more. Perhaps most sad of all, it hit our kids hard too. Remote learning has been an immense struggle for so many, no matter their age. Every day is a battle, the same battle.
So, what if there was actually a way to effectively "switch off" our stress and in turn, "boost" and "activate" our mood and happiness?
For so many parents especially, this email and quick explanation of things will seem unbelievable. So many parents and people have been stuck in constant fight-or-flight mode for so long, they don't know anything else.
Last year before the covid-chaos even hit, I had a mom genuinely ask me during her...
The first few weeks of this Stay at Home order made me feel like I was pretty awesome. I'm a homebody so the chance to not leave, no activities to rush to and the chance to wear my fav elastic pants all day. I was a little excited for it! I had an organized schedule with great time blocks for work stuff and then e-learning stuff. I was organizing closets on the side and keeping up with three meals a day with some sweet snack breaks.
And then pretty quick things turned into not so awesome...
My balanced work times started to bleed into the scheduled school times. Meals turned into fend for yourself in the pantry, just no talking to me so I can finish up an important work task. Checking off school lessons as we go, turned into papers all over the place, not knowing what day it even is, and no idea if I'm even helping anyone or harming their learning at this point.
One week I'm giving advice on how to balance working from home and e-learning. The...