I haven’t posted an update in quite some time now, huh? I haven’t been doing much at all in the last month because I’ve been so busy with my first child, a beautiful baby girl who was born on January 22nd. I’ve been working full-time again, but from home, and I’m preparing to start transitioning back into the office next week.
I’m trying to get back into the swing of things and I hope I can spare the time to get back into the habit of posting these weekly updates.
For now, enjoy the few things I’ve had time to read recently.
If you think you got a good night of sleep, even if you didn’t, your mind will believe it and you’ll function better throughout the day. I don’t know how you could translate this to provide results in real-life, but still interesting.
The “Fuel Up to Play60” campaign promotes 60 minutes of play per day to keep kids healthy and they also recommend that kids drink chocolate milk for nutrition. Did you know that chocolate milk “can contain up to double the calories of Coca-Cola along with 20% more sugar,” and that the “Fuel Up to Play60” campaign was co-founded by the National Dairy Council? When I read this post it reminded me of a recent episode of Shark Tank where Mark Cuban and Steve Tisch laughed when they heard about the Got Milk campaign claiming that chocolate milk is good for athletes. I wrote a post about that here.
A fantastic story about how just making small changes over a long period of time can have an enormous impact. You can apply this line of thinking to anything you want to do in life.
I went vegan for ethical reasons, not health reasons, and I became vegan fully aware of the potential for nutrient deficiencies. I take many different supplements to combat that issue – Deva Vegan B12, Ovega-3 (DHA & EPA), Rainbow Light Men’s One Food Based Multivitamin (Calcium and many other nutrients), Vitashine D3, and Source of Life Garden Vitamin K2. The last time I had a blood workup, which was about a year ago, I came back looking great. If you’re vegan or vegetarian, I suggest getting checked out too. Vegans and vegetarians might have to take more vitamins than omnivores, but it’s not at all difficult.