Judy Gaman is CEO of Executive Medicine of Texas, a public speaker, host of Stay Young America podcast, author of Love, Life, and Lucille: Lessons Learned from a Centenarian and this week’s featured Woman of Wisdom.
During this shelter in place, there is plenty of time to reflect on who we are and the kind of person we want to become. If you suddenly realized that everything in your life sucked before the pandemic, it may be time to make a change.
As one expert puts it, “Why are we all so tired, yet we’re seemingly doing less?” Judy Gaman who is an author and has a podcast calls it, “decision fatigue.” She says there are ways to identify it and combat the effects.
If you think working from home is causing you to slip into some bad habits, you aren’t alone. Judy Gaman, CEO of Executive Medicine of Texas says if you’ve been sleeping in later and snacking more often, that’s okay. But as you return to work, she says it’s time to get back into your regular routine.
April is Stress Awareness Month and Lord knows, the world has been under quite a bit of stress! Sometimes it is good to know, no matter how rich, beautiful or educated a person is, they all go through their own versions of stress.
With the warming of the weather, many people carry on the tradition of spring cleaning to help them refresh their home from the winter. As you’re refreshing your home, here’s some expert advice to help you spring clean your health in these three areas.