7 Minute Fitness Strength Training for Seniors and Over 60+
Are you constantly worrying about becoming frail and suffering injuries from falls? Do you want to know how you can reverse the effects of aging and reclaim your strength and balance without resorting to medication? Do you wish you had a way to improve your health that’s safe and not as confusing and complicated as all the other fitness programmes out there?
Raising Kids Who Care
Talking about the stuff that matters with your kids is not easy, but communication is the best tool we have for life and love. This book will guide you through 40 conversations using the structure of a family trip. It’ll be meaningful fun. Whether you’re a parent or grandparent, teacher or youth leader, running a kid’s club or just care about kids and the world they’re growing up in… this book will provide you with rich resources. In a world dominated by consumerism and tech-gadgets, we need to be aware and intentional to help kids navigate their way to compassion and contentment, driven by values and purpose.
How to Stop Being Negative, Angry, and Mean
Negativity is a normal part of life. Nobody can be positive all that time because life isn’t always going to be perfect. That said, sometimes negativity infiltrates our minds and bodies and never leaves. A good day can be ruined by your mind dwelling on something stupid that happened years ago. You sit for hours ruminating over it, and before you realize it, you have wasted a great day. We’ve all had experiences like that, and they suck. Here’s the thing, though; we can’t let that continue to happen. We have to take control of our minds instead of being at the whim of our thoughts and feelings.
Do you ever wonder what it would be like if the people you care about respected your personal space? Do you wish that there was an easy way to say “No” every time you don’t want to say “Yes”? Or do you simply want to pursue self-love and not feel guilty about it? If this is you, then you’ve probably had moments of trying to please others — often, to your own detriment.