There are many ways to practice it, I guarantee that taking time
for you will have great benefits long and short term.
As a result, they felt less guilty about taking time
to exercise and were more apt to prioritize physical activity because they valued the benefits.
Some companies reported a rise in people taking time
off for anxiety and depression.
Alma Caldwell, Age Concern North Tyneside's chief executive, said: "Older women caught up in a system that penalises them for taking time
out of work to care for families are in danger of becoming a forgotten generation".
for a hike, a bike ride, or a paddle down the river can not only lift one's spirits, but also can activate those feel-good endorphins and burn calories to keep physically fit.
She reiterates the importance of creating our own personal definition of beauty and learning to be comfortable in our skin, which includes being gracious and taking time
to honor and respect ourselves.
to enjoy meals and limiting sugary snacks were other key elements.
The survey charting absenteeism in the UK shows the most popular excuse for taking time
off is a hangover.
to review and understand moist wound healing techniques and learning how to administer them daily is a good investment and use of resources.
It's worth taking time
to periodically examine where you are and where you want to go.
Saal and Kennedy will be taking time
off from active natural gas futures trading, in a repeat of the very popular NGI Managing Natural Gas Futures workshop, at the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) October 4-5, 2006.