Monthly Archives: August 2011

Religion Can Be Good Medicine

But Critic Says It’s a Leap of Faith to Believe That Adding still another voice to the ongoing debate about the link between health and spirituality, an examination of two decades of research concludes that religion can make you healthier…

The Aroma Lamp

There are many ways to benefit from aromatherapy and all are pleasant to the senses. One way is the Aroma Lamp; it also adds a bit of magic to the atmosphere of any room.

Employing Life Skills

Spring is in the air, and that means that students are hitting the streets, dropping off résumés in their attempt to find summer employment. I’ve always found it difficult to put together a résumé. I guess I just never thought…

Entering Your First Bodybuilding Contest

Bodybuilding contests are weird. No active competition or display of ability actually takes place on stage, so it’s understandable why some people can’t consider it a sport. The decision is made on a presentation not unlike figure skating or synchronized…

What Motivates You

Do you look forward to your daily workout, or is it an event you have to force yourself to do everyday? Is fitness considered an evil necessity to you? If you have negative feelings toward fitness training, do you know…

The Dressing Room Lesson

ast Saturday, I was called in to speak to 20 young hockey players, all between the ages of 17 and 21. These young men are in their league playoffs and the coach was looking for a bit of a different…