re·ward noun 1. a thing given in recognition of one’s service, effort, or achievement. I vividly remember being asked by my 8th grade track coach to run the 300 meter hurdles. I was not excited about this prospect since I seriously hated “long” runs and was often the last person to return from my high … More Reward Yourself
We kicked off the 77th Annual Gamma Phi Beta Convention with an amazing talk by Ron Clark. He’s a wonderful educator with a passion for spicing things up in the classroom. Here’s a little clip from the Ron Clark Academy YouTube page that tells you a little more about his story and that of the … More Young, Fun, Sexy, Hot
Happy Labor Day Weekend! Take five minutes to read through these interesting facts about sleep provided by The National Sleep Foundation. Man is the only mammal that willingly delays sleep. In general, exercising regularly makes it easier to fall asleep and contributes to sounder sleep. However, exercising sporadically or right before going to bed will … More Catching Up on ZzZs this Labor Day
Sleep deprivation can cause a number of body systems to become out of balance, but it doesn’t have to stay that way. Did you know: It is estimated that 50 to 70 million Americans suffer from some chronic sleep disorder, including insomnia, sleep-disordered breathing, narcolepsy, restless leg syndrome, sleep-related psychiatric and medical disorders, and circadian rhythm … More Are You Sabotaging Your Beauty Sleep?
Stress is good and bad, it is a necessary part of our lives, another way to say this is, “some is good, but more is NOT better.” Some people do well with moderate amounts of stress while other people cannot handle even the smallest amounts of it. “Stress is the top reason behind most visits … More Stress Part 1