Gifts of Health and Wellness

Live even better! I’m sharing my best gifts of health and wellness.

With the year coming to an end, what are you wrapping up? Gifts? Projects? Or maybe yourself in a blanket? 😉I have a few tools to help you get a LiveBest jump on the new year.

Wrapping up projects

Things slow down in my office this time of year, so I wrap up projects, clean off my desk, and catch up on reading journals. Like you, I’m tying up some loose ends and planning for the new year.

Few things say ‘fresh start’ as much as a new calendar. I like a month-at-a-glance feature and used a DayTimer for years and then switched to an ARC Planner. I’ve been hearing about Passion Planner and Panda Planner. What do you use?

Speaking of calendars, I do record the “good stuff.” When achievements, compliments, fun outings, and special events happen, I jot them down. That way I can look back on the year and remember things that fed my soul. What fed your soul this year?

What would you like to see more of from LiveBest to help you live even better? Leave a note in the comments below.

Wrapping gifts of wellness

‘course I’m also wrapping gifts. 🎁 In case you are wondering how you can share the gifts of health and wellness, I’ve got a few ideas for you.

Is your goal to eat more fruits and vegetables?

  • You might like a good blender to make smoothies. I use a Vitamix. This size fits under the cabinets.
  • Some people spiralize to boost their vegetable eating. I prefer a serrated paring knife,  8-inch chef’s knife or a food processor, but lots and lots of people love the shreds.
  • How about a salad spinner that doesn’t slide around the counter? Not just for lettuce, but use it to rinse herbs and berries.
  • An immersion blender is helpful when you make soups. It will blend those vegetables right in the cooking pot. I reach for mine regularly.
  • Share the sweet benefits of winter fruit, at the office, as a gift or in your own fruit bowl. Oranges, grapefruit, pomegranates, persimmons and pears are in season now.

citrus fruit bowl

Is your goal to cook more?

For less than $25 you can:

See more of my favorite kitchen items in the LiveBest Kitchen Equipment List.

Share Gifts from Your Kitchen

Salted Honey Sesame Almonds

bowl of salted honey sesame almonds

Salted Honey Sesame Almonds

Nut’n Seed Butter

nut butter spread on cranberry walnut bread

Nut’n Seed Butter

Apricot Ginger Biscotti

apricot biscotti

Apricot Ginger Biscotti

Apricot Pecan Crisps

Sliced Apricot Pecan crisps on a tray

Seeded Apricot Crisp gifts

Coconut Seed Clusters

3 coconut seed clusters on parchment paper

Coconut Seed Clusters

 

Pumpkin Spice Seedy Granola

Jar of pumpkin spice seedy granola

Pumpkin Spice Seedy Granola

Almond Thyme Honey

2 jars of honey infused with nuts and thyme

Almond Thyme Honey

Books to consider in the wellness arena

Expectant parents can learn how to Expect the Best before, during and after pregnancy. Written by registered dietitian Elizabeth Ward, this book is easy reading  about nutrition and lifestyle tips to have the healthiest baby possible.

The Telomere Effect, a Revolutionary Approach to Living Younger, Healthier, Longer was one of the better health books I read this year. Coauthored by the Nobel Prize winner who identified telomeres’ role in the aging process, this book applies the science to real life.

And don’t forget! My book. Your 6-Week Guide to LiveBest, Simple Solutions for Fresh Food & Well-Being

If you’re not ending the year the way you wanted, dig a little deeper and consider my six-week webinar series, You Must be Present to Win. This reboot will help you start the new year on the right foot! Others have found it transforming!

This webinar was simple, practical, sensible, and enjoyable.

My heartfelt thanks for your wonderful course! I appreciated hearing about scientific information and all of the practical advice. I’ve tried several new foods and it has been fun changing up our meals! I’ve lost 12 pounds and a little more than an inch from my waistline. Best of all, my blood pressure is lower, and I’m able to stop my blood pressure medication.”

“I have learned much, been making changes (grocery cart, cooking, eating and “soul food!!”) yet still have progress to make. You have provided me the practical knowledge and tools to make that progress. Thanks so much!!”

Wishing you happy, healthy holidays and cheer!

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