WELLynx at Lesley University

Lesley's heath and wellness initiative supporting staff, faculty, and students.
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You may be eating more sugar than you realize. Can you spot where sugar is hiding in your fridge?

From the TED-Ed Lesson How sugar affects the brain - Nicole Avena

Animation by STK Films

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How long does negative information, like bankruptcy or a tax lien, stay on your credit report? Find out.

Being likeable and being respected aren’t mutually exclusive.

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Emotional IQ and YOU

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Preparing your own meals lets you control your portion sizes. Get more healthy eating tips as you age.

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This video explains the importance of eating nutrient-dense food as we age.

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By Holly Greuling RD, LD/N, Nutritionist, Administration on Aging, U.S. Administration for Community Living

Happy National Nutrition Month! During this month, take stock of your nutritional habits.

Eating a healthy balance of nutritious foods is more important than ever as you…

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Remember when you made that promise to yourself to get a better handle on your finances this year? Well April is the perfect time to reassess your progress on your money goals as part of Financial Literacy Month.

Not sure where to start? Then let us help you!

Start by ordering our

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Are you too busy? You should be, and you should let people know in a proud but exasperated tone.
"The art of busyness is to convey genuine alarm at the pace of your life and a helpless resignation, as if someone else is setting the clock, and yet simultaneously make it clear that you are completely on top of your game. These are not exactly humble brags. They are more like fretful brags, and they are increasingly becoming the idiom of our age."
"To be deep in the overwhelm requires not just doing too many things in one 24-hour period but doing so many different kinds of things that they all blend into each other and a day has no sense of distinct phases. Researchers call it ‘contaminated time,’ and apparently women are more susceptible to it than men, because they have a harder time shutting down the tape that runs in their heads about what needs to get done that day. The only relief from the time pressure comes from cordoning off genuine stretches of free or leisure time, creating a sense of what [author Brigid] Schulte calls ‘time serenity’ or ‘flow.’ But over the years, time use diaries show that women have become terrible at that, squeezing out any free time and instead, as Schulte puts it, resorting to ‘crappy bits of leisure time confetti.’”
Deep in the ‘Overwhelmed’

kateoplis:

Are you too busy? You should be, and you should let people know in a proud but exasperated tone.

"The art of busyness is to convey genuine alarm at the pace of your life and a helpless resignation, as if someone else is setting the clock, and yet simultaneously make it clear that you are completely on top of your game. These are not exactly humble brags. They are more like fretful brags, and they are increasingly becoming the idiom of our age."

"To be deep in the overwhelm requires not just doing too many things in one 24-hour period but doing so many different kinds of things that they all blend into each other and a day has no sense of distinct phases. Researchers call it ‘contaminated time,’ and apparently women are more susceptible to it than men, because they have a harder time shutting down the tape that runs in their heads about what needs to get done that day. The only relief from the time pressure comes from cordoning off genuine stretches of free or leisure time, creating a sense of what [author Brigid] Schulte calls ‘time serenity’ or ‘flow.’ But over the years, time use diaries show that women have become terrible at that, squeezing out any free time and instead, as Schulte puts it, resorting to ‘crappy bits of leisure time confetti.’”

Deep in the ‘Overwhelmed’

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No Excuse Yoga – 12 Poses A Baby Could Do