With so much going on in the world, many parents are left wondering what their options are in regards to sending their kids to school. Watch this video to learn more about homeschooling, the different options that come with it, and to find out if it might be the right fit for you and your kiddos!
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What is the most common question you get asked going into a new year? For most people, it’s usually along the lines of “What are your New Year’s resolutions?”. It’s a common tradition passed on through the years that people use the “new year” as a starting point for their new goals and lifestyle practices. Why wait until New Year when you can start now?
If you put your goals off until the new year, you have to ask yourself how much of a priority they were for you in the first place? Are you using the holidays as an excuse to binge and fall further behind on your goal before you face it head-on in January?
Let’s say you make a set of resolutions going into the next year. You are really consistent and on top of all of your goals for a month or maybe even more! Inevitably, life gets in the way and excuses start coming up and you begin to lose the motivation you once had to stay consistent with your resolutions. Then, eventually, there are too many “reasons” as to why your goals are not your priority anymore, and pretty soon you are no longer progressing on these goals at all.
But, wait! At this point, it’s almost January again! You can just start your resolutions again next year! This is going to be the year you actually accomplish your goals!
And again, the cycle starts right back over.
If this cycle sounds familiar to you, I challenge you to ask yourself, “Why am I waiting to start my goals?”
Whatever it is that you may want to introduce in your life, it can always be started now. Do you want to start exercising more? Join the gym today. If you are already paying for it, why wouldn’t you go? Do you want to eat healthier? Throw out the junk food! Out of sight, out of mind. With little to no junk food in the house, you will have to force yourself to be creative and make healthier meals using the more nutritious items you might already have or that you purchase to help yourself accomplish your goal!
It’s important to remember that baby steps are better than no steps at all. Sometimes life really does get in the way, but it rarely ever completely prevents you from doing what you want to do. Even when things seem to be difficult and you start to lose motivation, try and take a step back and decide how you can accomplish this goal now!
For example, maybe you were going to the gym 5 days a week for 30 minutes each day. Something happens and now you are unable to commit to going as frequently as you were before.
Instead of using this as an excuse to just stop, take a step back and ask yourself how much you can reasonably commit to right now. Can you find 2 days in the week that you can spare 30 minutes to devote to exercising? Maybe even 3? Working out 2-3 days isn’t as often as 5, but it’s definitely better than 0. Just by setting aside this 1 hour out of your whole week, you just saved yourself from potentially giving up on your goal completely.
In addition to this, it is also important to set reasonable goals in the first place. If you try and set resolutions that you know you are not able to commit to 100%, you are setting yourself up to fail and who would want to do that? Instead of telling yourself, you are going to lose 100 pounds this year, knowing you are not the type of person who has hours and hours to commit to the gym each week, start smaller by trying to lose 20 pounds in 6 months. If you find that you really are consistent and on track, then think about raising it to 30 or 35 pounds in that 6-month time frame.
Not only will this be healthier for your body, but it will also be healthier for your mind. Pacing yourself and setting realistic standards for yourself can drastically change your attitude when going into a goal! Plus, an added benefit is that if you are able to easily crush each smaller goal, it won’t feel like it was such a struggle to get to the bigger one! We get more out of life when we keep the commitments we make to ourselves.
As Hillel, the Elder once said, “If not now, when?” I challenge you to start those New Year’s Resolutions today.
Are you dealing with chronic pain or chronic conditions?
Headaches and Sciatica are just two chronic conditions that most people experience or have experienced.
In this video on How Your Spine Impacts Your Health, Dr. Sahota talks about the role the spine plays in the body and in the quality of life.
Communication is the key
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In good health,
Dr. Ranvir Sahota received his doctor of chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic West in San Jose, CA. Prior to starting Synapse Chiropractic he practiced at Southcenter Chiropractic, one of the longest running chiropractic clinics in Washington State. Dr. Sahota has extensive post-graduate training in corrective care, pediatrics, and pregnant women. His knowledge and experience with pregnant women and children allow him to provide the highest quality care. He has had extensive training and is a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association. He is also certified in Websters Technique, the International College of Applied Kinesiology and utilizes Torque Release Technique. Dr. Sahota is passionate about educating and supporting families in his community through specific chiropractic care so that babies, children, and adults may live a life of greater health. His use of “doctor” or “Dr.” in relation to himself solely refers to that degree. Dr. Sahota is a licensed chiropractor in Rocklin, California. This video is for general informational purposes only. It should not be used to self-diagnose and it is not a substitute for a medical exam, cure, treatment, diagnosis, and prescription or recommendation. It does not create a doctor-patient relationship between Dr. Sahota and you. You should not make any change in your health regimen or diet before first consulting a physician and obtaining a medical exam, diagnosis, and recommendation. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Dr. Ranvir Sahota, D.C., and Synpase Chiropractic are not liable or responsible for any advice, course of treatment, diagnosis or any other information, services or product you obtain through this video or site.
Do You Have a Stiff Neck?
Most stiff necks occur from incorrect sleeping habits, however, staying in any position too long with a forward head posture can also lead to neck stiffness and pain.
Never “roll” your neck
You must avoid “rolling” your neck, because it is not a natural motion.
Rolling the neck cannot help alleviate neck stiffness or strain, and may even cause further discomfort.
How to property stretch your neck
The key is to work on stretching your neck in movements and motions that occur on a regular basis.
Watch the video above for examples on how to relieve a stiff neck fast!
The sooner you can make corrective changes to the muscle, the quicker the recovery.
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