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Women’s Health Month

As I mature and grow older, I think more about things that I can do to improve my health. The phrase, “you are what you eat” can be applied to various aspects of our lives. It can be aligned with emotional fitness, psychological fitness, as well as physical fitness. In short, what we put in will directly effect our output. Thinking positively may bring about positive feelings that lead us to making good choices. Eating a balanced diet and exercising regularly may prevent us from having some physical illnesses. During Women’s Health Month, we are strongly encouraged to do something that would improve our well-being. Eat less and exercise more. Make a point to learn something that positively effects our health. Take time to meditate.  And most importantly, share with someone. To your health!

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  • Anita G. Houser

    Thanks for your unique perspective! I've never heard someone put it quite the way you did… “you are what you eat” can be applied to various aspects of our lives.

    This is very true and really reminds me to honor myself by taking responsibility for what I “consume” in all areas of my life. Thanks for the inspiration. It's a joy and honor to be on this journey with you! You Rock!!