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If you are an entrepreneur, or considering becoming one in wellness, there has never been a better time in history to own your own business.
When I was growing up in the 1950s, millionaires were fictional characters on television shows like The Millionaire or in comic strips like Little Orphan Annie. Nobody actually knew or saw a millionaire. Even on the The Millionairethe “millionaire” John Beresford Tipton never appeared on camera. I remember asking my dad to go out to dinner and hearing his reply: “What do you think we are, millionaires?”
“If you don’t take care of yourself, the undertaker will overtake that responsibility for you.” – Carrie Latet
7 Ways to Sneak Exercise Into the Self-Employed Lifestyle
When you’re self-employed, it’s easy to think that your schedule is 100% your own, and that you can pick and choose exactly how you want to spend your time. However, entrepreneurs work hard to please clients and build the perfect business — which means that personal time is often sacrificed for last minute projects, client meetings and tight deadlines.
The stress and long hours of the entrepreneurial lifestyle often come at the expense of physical and mental well-being. Trips to the gym take a back seat to the business.
If you’ve been struggling to find a way to fit regular exercise into your unpredictable, self-employed schedule, here are a few tips for the new year.
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9 Tips to Eat Healthy When You Work From Home
Helpful strategies to keep nibbling to a minimum when you work only steps from a well-stocked home kitchen.
We’ve all had those days. The refrigerator seems like it’s calling out your name. No one will know if you have just one piece of pepperoni pizza or a few bites of a sprinkle-topped lemon cupcake. But you will probably regret it when you can’t zip your “comfy” jeans or a button on a favorite blouse pops at an inopportune time.
As the summer holiday season approaches, the temptation to indulge can get stronger as our houses are filled with home-baked goodies. Here are a few tips that should help you keep things under control, stay healthy and look your summer best.
30-Minute Workout, No Gym Required
From Health magazine
Who has time to burn megacalories? You do! Perform these exercises just three times a week to drop winter weight.
Feel the burn
Who has time to burn megacalories? You do! This speedy workout from Equinox instructor Lashaun Dale, based on her popular Cardio Bootcamp & Sculpt class, will blast up to 350 calories in just under 30 minutes, and you’ll build strength while you’re at it. Do this routine just three times a week to drop winter weight. (Planning a beach vacation? Add a brisk 45-minute walk on alternate days to burn another 250 calories a day. You’ll toast more than 2,000 calories a week!)
Do jumping jacks for 2 minutes.
Stand holding 5- to 8-pound dumbbells. Step right leg out to side and bend knee to 90 degrees, reaching hands down on either side of right foot. Push off right foot to return to standing with right foot directly in front of left foot, arms sweeping up with palms facing in. Repeat on left side with left foot stepping behind right as you return to center; that’s 1 rep. Do 24 reps,then switch lead legs and repeat.
Stand with right foot forward, a 5- to 8-pound weight in left hand. Squat; touch weight to floor as right hand lifts. Stand, lift left knee, touch right hand to right left in front of you. Squat then stand; touch right hand to left foot behind you; that’s 1 rep. Do 24 reps; switch sides and repeat.
Step or hop sideways over a stretched-out jump rope for 2 minutes.
Tipsy bridge and lift
Lie on your back, feet hip-width apart, flexed left foot on a yoga block or telephone book, right foot on the floor. Keeping shoulders and head neutral and abs tight, lift hips so your body forms a straight line from shoulders to knees. Lower down, then lift right foot, bringing knee in toward chest. Return foot to floor; that’s 1 rep. Do 24 reps, then switch sides and repeat.
Stand with legs slightly wider than hip-width, a 5- to 8-pound dumbbell in each hand, elbows bent and palms up. Keeping spine straight, squat and circle left hand up and in toward your shoulder in a circular motion (as if beckoning someone toward you); reverse to lower hand. Do 16 reps, then switch sides and repeat.
Step quickly forward and backward over a stretched-out jump rope for 2 minutes.
Triceps with a twist
Lie on back with knees bent, a 5- to 8-pound dumbbell in right hand lifted so weight is over shoulder. Let knees fall left while bending right elbow until end of weight touches floor near ear. Straighten right arm while lifting hips, legs, head, and shoulders. Lower gently down. Do 24 reps, then switch sides and repeat.
Roll over and sit up
Start lying on stomach, chest lifted, arms stretched overhead, legs straight. Roll to right onto your back, bending knees slightly and bringing arms halfway down; curl up to sitting position as arms move back overhead. Curl back down, and roll back over onto stomach. Do 16 reps, then switch directions and repeat.
Raise your arms, then lift left knee and bring right elbow down to meet it. Repeat on opposite side; alternate for 2 minutes, moving as quickly as possible.