Healthy habits help people to stave off illness, have more energy, feel better emotionally, and perform better. What some people may not realize is that leading a healthy lifestyle may also significantly improve your longevity. Healthy people are less likely to come down will avoidable illnesses and diseases that lead to health problems, which ultimately reduce their life span. While there is a myriad of healthy habits that may improve the quality of life, there are some that are geared to improving the length of your life.
This is our favorite dessert! It’s made with no eggs, dairy, oil, added sugar and little to no added salt depending on preference. We encourage you to use organic ingredients if possible.
Breath is life. Life is breath. The yoga sages of India have embraced this link for centuries, where conscious breathing has long been an integral part of daily life. More recently, Western researchers have also begun to acknowledge the importance of the breath. As data accumulates, they are beginning to acknowledge that perhaps breathing is a far more important metabolic process than previously believed.
I hope you and your family are well! I decided almost a decade ago to quietly immerse myself in wellness and lifestyle education after witnessing the cumulative effects on those closest to me: my Family, Friends and Clients. I understand the sensitivity around the topic and feel a responsibility to share the positive power of what I am learning. Witnessing the impact of the coronavirus, especially on those with preexisting conditions, has moved me to share at this time. Over the years, I have learned there is little more closely tied to our financial independence than protecting our wellness and lifestyle. The two are inextricably connected, and no one is talking about it. My vision is to start sharing empowering content, from time to time, related to health and lifestyle in the spirit of us pursuing a better quality of life.
Happy Saturday! We’re sending some sunshine to you and your family and trust that you are happy, healthy and well! In today’s video, I share how Eastwood Wealth has been navigating the recent choppy and unchartered waters.
Benjamin Franklin once quoted, “Early to bed, and early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise”—but the key to good health (and good financial health) involves far more than just getting enough sleep.1 For most people, health and finances are inextricably linked, and a deficit in one can quickly cause the other to suffer. Learn more about how your health and wellness can affect your financial situation, as well as some ways to help boost both your health and your bank account.