Kindness Bell  

  We benefit and enjoy receiving kindness from others. A stranger offers us an act of kindness through services. Family members motivate us through words of kindness. Co-workers display acts of kindness and mercy when they voluntarily take some of our workloads.  Economy offers acts of kindness through holiday sales, buyouts, free food, free sample, materialistic markdowns (cars, house goods, … Read More

You Can Do It!

We know that exercising is essential to our mental and physical wellbeing; however, we are not motivated to workout.  What will motivate you to partake in a daily exercise ritual?  Let’s look at the list below, and pick a couple of them for our daily motivators.   Health Benefits of aerobics-weight loss, energizer, disease prevention, and family fun. Social activity-family … Read More

Fitness Motivation

FITNESS MOTIVATION Daily living brings a variety of unforeseen circumstances.  How you choose to respond to daily trails will affect your physical and mental abilities.  As you go through life, ask yourself the following question: “What Motivates Me?” What Motivate Us? Motivation is a choice.  Why do you want to be in good physical shape and eat nutritious meals? Your … Read More

Family Fun Exercising: Upper-Body Work-out

This weekend let us engage in fun fitness with our biological or adopted (spiritual or physical) family members. Our goal is to develop/maintain upper-body strength (knowing our physical limitations). Since our family consists of various size, shapes, and ages, let us make sure we observe self and each other’s to make sure we are operating within our fitness level. Adults … Read More

Anger Management

Managing our anger can be rewarding and beneficial within our personal and professional lifestyles. We will become more empathetic and less judgmental. This will help us respect and understand other’s perspective of lifestyle choices even if we do not agree with their choices. We will build more intimate trustworthy relationships. People will not try to avoid us because of how … Read More

Peace Bell

Having peace does not guarantee a lifestyle free from conflict, money issues, loss of loved ones, or job securities. Peace is an inward serenity that reminds us that our faith and belief system will carry and usher us over, around, under, or through the obstacles. We might not like where we are or what we are going through; yet, we … Read More

Children: Anger Management

Helping children to cope with their feelings of anger can be challenging if we, adults, are choosing not to cope with our own feelings of anger. After we have gone through, accepted, and handle our personal anger management, we are ready to assist our children through their anger journey. First, we have to recognize and help our children when they … Read More

Thoughts and Patience

  Many ideas and thoughts run rapidly within our minds. Yes, we can select which ones to keep, cast down, and eliminate. Your thought becomes toxic once given permission to linger negatively, allow them to enter the following feelings zone:  fear, worry, doubt, and feeling of inaccuracy. No, we should not ignore or suppress any thoughts (good, bad, or neutral). … Read More

Family Fun Exercising: Lower Body Work-out

This weekend let us engage in fun fitness with our biological or adopted (spiritual or physical) family members. Our goal is to develop/maintain lower-body strength (knowing our physical limitations). Since our family consists of various size, shapes, and ages, let us make sure we observe self and each other’s to make sure we are operating within our fitness level. Adults … Read More

Mental Health: Men

Men let us not engage in self-destructive behavior. We are the head of the household. We tend to focus on being a good provider for our loved ones. At times, within our reasoning, we try to figure out how to make ends meet before seeking God’s guidance. We make up 75% of suicide victims. We tend to keep things inside … Read More