Women's Health: Taking Care of You

Self-Care & Mental Health
Stacy DeBroffStacy DeBroff, founder of Mom Central Consulting, reminds moms to find time for themselves:
"When did moms begin to believe our needs didn't matter? Or, looking back a generation or two where Moms did it all—without help from cell phones, e-mail, microwaves and coffee on every corner—have we ever thought our priorities mattered?" Click here to read more and learn her 5 tips.
Mary Jo WalloMary Jo Wallo, founder of the Blue Thong Society, offers her tips on staying young:
"I still feel like I am 30! When my son turned 30 a few years ago, I asked him, 'How can that be when I am still 30?'" Click here to find out what her trick is.
Dr. Pam PeekeDr. Pam Peeke, expert and speaker in the fields of nutrition and stress, urges us to de-stress our lives:
"Women go through common challenges: caregiving stress, exhaustion, feeling overwhelmed. It's time to take back control and learn how to adapt and adjust to life's challenges without resorting to self-destruction." Click here to find out her tips on becoming stress resilient.
Bonnie Taub-Dix, MA, RD, CDN,Bonnie Taub-Dix, MA, RD, CDN, nutritional consultant, motivational speaker and author of Read It Before You Eat It discusses the challenges of trying to do it all and encourages women to see multitasking in a whole new, and nutritional, light:
"How do foods multitask? By fitting into breakfast, lunch, dinner or snacks while providing a multitude of health benefits...all at the same time. It's not easy to fit everything you need into a day's worth of food—so it's smart to seek and enjoy foods that do double duty." Click here to read examples of magnificent multitaskers.
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