The holidays are upon us and you know what that means? Holiday break! If you’re living here in the US, it’s likely that you’re getting ready to look forward to 10 plus days of having your school-age children home and free from school and after-school activities. On one hand, it’s nice to have them home, on the other… what do we do with them all day? Luckily we’ve compiled a list of 10 fun-filled holiday break activities (that don’t involve watching TV) and can be fun for the whole family!
Almost 100% of the clients I work with have struggled, at one time or another, with committing to a regular workout routine. The most common excuse? Lack of time. Skipping a workout (or many) often left them feeling guilty and shameful. When I asked why they felt that way, more often than not, they did not have a specific reason. They just knew they “should” be exercising and they weren’t.
There’s no denying it; if you want to get good grades, you have to hit the books. But, there are a few ways to make your in-school learning and studying even more effective, and many of them are more relaxing than you would expect! Try hitting the marks on the four strategies below to set yourself up for success.
Doing your homework and studying hard is only half the equation. More and more research is pointing to a healthy diet being one of the most significant factors of academic outcomes. Your child’s (and your) food choices can make or break them when it comes to focusing in the classroom. Try sneaking some of these foods on-to their breakfast plate, or into their lunchbox, everyday to help increase their focus and energy levels and eat their way to A+ grades.