Halloween is just around the corner. It’s a fun time of year for kids and adults. The article this week talks about candy and sugar, so I won’t get into that right now. I just want to wish you a happy and active Halloween. Get outside with your kids, nieces, nephews or hang out with friends who have kids. The infectious enthusiasm of kids at Halloween (and every other major holiday) is a refreshing break from the seriousness of most people in the corporate world.
I mention this because a big part of what we help clients master is their mindset. An important part of mindset is to know how to let loose, have fun, and step outside your comfort zone. Dress up in a funny or spooky costume, head out with the kids, and have loads of fun. It may even remind you of the fun you had when you were a kid. 🙂
Have a wonderful weekend, and a great Halloween. Remember to enjoy a few treats, but be kind to your body (and pancreas).
Yours in Health and Happiness,
P.S. If you missed it on Facebook, I’ve just got the first test run copy of my new book call “The Fitness Curveball: Hit a Grand Slam in Health and Happiness…No Matter What Life Throws at You”. The full print run will still be about 6 weeks to complete, but I will be starting a to do pre-sales shortly. If you want to pick one up, just reply to this email and let me know. I will get you on the pre-order list.
What’s Scarier than Ghosts & Goblins? How about Type 2 Diabetes!
It’s Halloween, and you know what that means: sugar, sugar, sugar!
But that indulgence takes its toll and is manifesting itself more and more…
Roasted Fall Vegetables
Do you love all those vegetables in season?
You better try this great and healthy recipe with some of your favourites.