Mar 01 2018
We’ve all been there: Stuck in the February rut waiting for Daylight Saving Time and warmer weather. But we’ve made it to March, and now is the time to make your springtime outdoor bucket list! One of the many outdoor assets we have in Arkansas are the maintained outdoor parks and trails. Whether it’s the paved, gentle River Trail in Little Rock or the more rugged Sylamore Creek Trail near Blanchard Springs Caverns, Arkansas is teaming with opportunities for outdoor activity and exercise.
Feb 27 2018
Careless mistakes. We all make them from time to time, some at home, on the road, or in some cases while on the job. These mistakes can also vary in severity, some minor while others can be exceedingly costly. Quite often we have found that the careless mistake is a task the worker has been properly trained to do, and has demonstrated countless hours of flawless execution- yet the mistake happens. How?!
Jan 26 2018
Getting up and going in the morning is often a challenge. Finding motivation to exercise early in the morning can be even harder. If you are looking for a great reason to rise early for a walk before heading off to work… Look no further!!! In the spirit of wellness, stimulate not only your muscles this morning, but also you mind with an opportunity to Walk with the Super Blue Blood Moon. A spectacular sight may be visible along your morning trek!!!

It's not often that you get to say a "super blue blood moon" is coming.

But that's exactly what we will get on January 31, for the first time in more than 150 years.
Dec 18 2017
Three Ways to Continue Your Wellness Program During the Holiday Season

The Holiday Season is said to be the most wonderful time of the year! Festive sceneries, company parties, shopping dates, and family gatherings make for a real season to be jolly. With jam packed schedules, the idea of maintaining a wellness program can seem like an unattainable task.

I’ve added three strategies that I have used to helped my clients continue our wellness program during the busy Holiday Season.
Nov 20 2017
On Monday, November 13th, the American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology released new guidelines for high blood pressure. Hypertension is now defined as having blood pressure greater than or equal to 130/80 instead of the previous guideline of 140/90. 

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