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Reflections on Failure

By definition, failure represents something other than the desired outcome and, in a culture that puts success above all else, it is often looked down upon or ignored altogether. In reality, __failure is common (read: completely normal) and offers much to learn from. By handling failure appropriately we can take these experiences as opportunities to grow rather than something to be ashamed of…

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Where To Begin

In our last post we addressed the question: How much activity do I need? While the answer varies according to individual needs such as age, goals, time available, and physical condition, the basic principles are simple. Incorporating just 2.5 hours of light activity into your weekly routine such as walking can drastically improve your overall health and well-being. However, working up to that…

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How Much Physical Activity Do I Need?

There are few lifestyle factors that can have as great an impact on health as regular physical activity. Next to quitting smoking, getting more active is the best thing you can do for your health. Among other things, activity has been proven to improve: Sleep 🛌 Well-being and Confidence 😁 Mobility and Bone Health 💀 Cognition and Brain Function 🧠 Strength and Stamina 🏃‍♀️ Longevity 🧓 ...all…

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Introducing ReCreate

In addition to being one of the single greatest things a person can do for their physical health, activity facilitates social connection and can play a significant role in improving mental health. Despite being accepted as common knowledge that exercise is good for you, there is a real disconnect when it comes to making it part of a regular routine. Lifestyles today are increasingly sedentary and…

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