Is Work Life Balance A Myth?

Initial Results From The Study On Job Stress We’ve all heard work life balance is the key to stress management, but is it true?  Our study on job stress shows some interesting results. Work life balance is based on a few assumptions: The binary push and pull relationship between work and home is the main…

UWM Women’s Leadership Conference

Today I have the great honor to be surrounded by 500 impressive women leaders in the Milwaukee area at a conference hosted by the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee School of Continuing Education. Did you know spending time with other amazing women can lower your stress and reduce your risk of heart disease by 30%?…

Could Job Stress Be The New Smoking?

After working with women to improve heart health and manage stress for more than a decade, I discovered there isn’t enough data about the specifics of the job stress environment and how it impacts men and women differently. This led me to embark on a multiphase research project to explore this important topic. Research suggests…

Tips To Keep Moving Even When You Are Injured

How do you stay active when you can’t walk? A Thanksgiving kitchen accident involving a pot of boiling water put my 15-year-old daughter in a walking boot to protect her scalded foot for a month.  Her injury healed well, but in the process we needed to find ways for her to stay active. I shared…

Choosing A Fitness App: Wellness Tip for Busy Women

With thousands of fitness and weight loss apps available, how do you choose one which will actually help you meet your goals? That’s a good question! Several studies have been conducted recently which provide clear evidence suggesting well designed apps can increase activity levels and keep you motivated. As I wrote in an article on…

Say Yes To Risk

Sometimes it is healthy to say yes! Most of the time, my wellness advice is about saying no, protecting your time and energy in order to stay healthy and manage stress.  Have you noticed, as adults we tend to take fewer risks?  We tend to play it safe, which makes sense, of course.  We have…

What Is The Heart Of Wellness?

After months of work, we are proud to announce The Heart of Wellness! The Heart of Wellness is a science-based program that anyone—sedentary or fit—can use to improve long-term well being. The high energy and high content keynote program is combined with a daily follow up program that is measurable as well as motivational. When…

Go Red For Women Speaker Eliz Greene at Ladies Night Out

Kansas women dance in the aisle at heart health event with speaker Eliz Greene Wichita, Kanas hosted the Go Red For Women Ladies Night Out tonight with Eliz Greene as the keynote speaker.  Eliz got the audience up dancing and shared down-to-earth tips to improve heart health including: Using a pedometer to increase activity Managing…

Heart Of Wellness At Protection 1

Daily Habits to improve heart health Eliz presented The Heart of Wellness: 5 Daily Habits to Live Longer, Feel Better, and Stress Less to employees at Protection 1, the speaker sponsor for tonight’s Go Red For Women Ladies Night Out in Wichita, Kansas. Five simple daily habits done during the work day can significantly improve…

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