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Delegate to Bust Stress!

 

Effective delegation is critical for confidently unplugging from work and avoiding the negative impacts of 24/7 stress.

Let's Talk About Sleep!

 

Spending time in your hot tub before bedtime can help you fall asleep faster and get a better, deeper night’s sleep.

Summer Road Trip Tips

 

 

Thinking about taking a road trip this summer? Would it put you in the driver’s seat for a half day or more? Spending time in the same seated position can take its toll on your back, shoulders and legs.

20 Minutes of Meditation

For inner calm, focus on your breathing.

Dr. Weil says relaxed breath exercises are a “natural tranquilizer” for the nervous system. He recommends practicing your breathing at least twice a day.

Refresh & Rejuvenate

Water is a key ingredient for your health. Drink up.

There are many benefits to staying hydrated every day, including better mental clarity. Do you know how much to drink each day?

Invest in Your Health

20-minutes is all you need to feel renewed

If you're paying monthly gym fees but having a heck of a time getting there, here's a resource that can help. It's called "20-Minute Renewal" and it's FREE. Think of us as your personal mind-body recharging station.

Buying organic is just one example of a small change that can positively affect your well-being. Spending time in your hot tub is another. Like eating organic produce, spa time can be part of a holistic approach to wellness with positive benefits. Just 20 minutes a day can help you reduce stress, increase flexibility, help increase circulation, assist muscle recovery, improve sleep and promote wellness.

With very little extra time or effort as you shop, you can make a long-term commitment to your well-being by knowing when to purchase organic or when it's not as necessary.

The overall time commitment is negligible. The benefits are potentially great in the long run. But the cost? It can really add up over time. So is it important that every piece of produce you buy be labeled organic? We'll break that question down in a minute. But first…

 

What's Required For A Food To Be Labeled "Organic" Or "100% Organic?"

 
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There are many ways to minimize stress. While a relaxing soak in a hot tub may be on the top of your list, the office probably isn’t the right time or place.

So what can you proactively do? Stacey Engle, the VP of Marketing at Fierce, Inc. experts in leadership development and training, have a proven method – effective delegation. Actively practicing, and eventually mastering, delegation techniques can reduce your workplace burdens and reduce stress. As an added bonus, the autonomy and skills your staff gain through delegation will make them more effective and more satisfied in their jobs.

Effective delegation is critical for confidently unplugging from work and avoiding the negative impacts of 24/7 stress.

 
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We’ve discussed the difficulties that many people have sleeping and 132 million Americans suffer from sleep disorders more than one night a week according to the The National Sleep Foundation and have offered many tips for getting a better night’s sleep.

There are dozens of ideas out there, and if you have difficulty sleeping, you’ve probably heard many of them. Our advice is to try what makes sense to you and discover what really works.

We’ve also told you how spending time in your hot tub before bedtime can help you fall asleep faster and get a better, deeper night’s sleep. That’s because we’ve read the research and learned about the biological mechanisms at play.

Research isn’t the only reason we believe a hot tub can be an ideal sleep aid. That’s because we’ve heard from you.

 
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Thinking about taking a road trip this summer? Would it put you in the driver’s seat for a half day or more? Spending time in the same seated position can take its toll on your back, shoulders and legs. And with recent studies discovering the negative effects of sitting too long, it’s a good idea to have a strategy in mind before you leave. Following are a few tips for your trip, starting with your hot tub.

You can’t take your hot tub with you, but that doesn’t mean it can’t give you an ideal beginning and conclusion to your trip.

Try this approach. Get ready, and then load your luggage into the car. Now take the time for a 20-minute soak before you get in the car and start your trip.

 
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Do you have some degree of joint pain? You’re not alone. A survey cited on the web site WebMD noted that about one third of adults reported having joint pain within the last 30 days. The most common joint pains involve knees, shoulders, hips and ankles, but you can potentially get pain anywhere that two bones come together.

Your hot tub can offer a great, relaxing way to relieve mild joint pain, and there are many other things you can try.

If your pain is severe, start with your doctor. There are dozens of potential causes. Some are severe and some are just a natural result of aging. It’s best to find what’s actually causing the pain before you attempt to treat it. Your doctor may suggest physical therapy, prescription medications, injections and other supplements. He or she may also suggest therapies such as ultrasound or electrical nerve stimulation.

We’re not suggesting treatment for any serious condition. That’s between you and your doctor. But we’ve found that there are ways to deal with mild joint discomfort that you might try.

 
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Simple Self-Care Tips To Fit Your Busy Schedule

We know soaking in your Caldera spa 20 minutes a day can have positive effects on how you feel, just as other small changes in your daily routine can help you, too. If you want to feel stronger, sleeker, and supercharged to live with more vitality, we have a resource for that.

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