31 10, 2018

Stay safe this Halloween! – #WellnessWednesday


Stay safe this Halloween! Happy Halloween everyone! I won’t ruin this post with talks about sugar or making Halloween healthy (but feel free to read the other posts about those topics). I want to address some ways to help keep trick-or-treating safe and dispel some myths that might distract you from the real issues. Needles,

Stay safe this Halloween! – #WellnessWednesday2019-09-02T18:37:06-05:00
24 10, 2018

It’s not the weather, It’s attitude – #WellnessWednesday


It’s not the weather, It’s attitude. Beep! Beep! The alarm goes off too early on a frigid morning. The sky is overcast and we’re forced out of the comfort of our warm beds to face this dreary weather. “This terrible weather is bringing me down,” we silently curse to the cloudy sky as we muddle

It’s not the weather, It’s attitude – #WellnessWednesday2019-09-02T18:37:06-05:00
17 10, 2018

Happy, Healthy Halloween – #WellnessWednesday


Happy, Healthy Halloween Candy, sweets, and treats are the name of the game for Halloween (not to mention carnivals with lots of fried foods and sweets if you’re around Independence, Kansas for Neewollah). Having a healthy Halloween without ruining all the fun might seem like an impossible task but you can still enjoy this

Happy, Healthy Halloween – #WellnessWednesday2019-09-02T18:37:06-05:00
10 10, 2018

When its Cold Out, Get Moving! – #WellnessWednesday


When its cold out, get moving! As the weather cools down, it's a great time to get outdoors and get moving. Whether your goal is to lose weight, gain strength, or just improve fitness, exercising is key to your health. Movement is life! Chiropractor James Chestnut put it best, "Blood cells that don't move cannot

When its Cold Out, Get Moving! – #WellnessWednesday2019-09-02T18:37:06-05:00
3 10, 2018

Fall Fruits and Veggies – #WellnessWednesday


Fall Fruits and Veggies With the weather cooling down you might be tempted to throw out the idea of eating in-season produce but fall fruits and vegetables are more than just pumpkins in Southeast Kansas. Green, seasonal vegetables are abundant throughout the Midwest as well as a variety of root vegetables. Pumpkins and a

Fall Fruits and Veggies – #WellnessWednesday2019-09-02T18:37:06-05:00