Month: May 2021

Day #31: Silence and Stillness

by: Jackie Davis May 31, 2021 is Memorial Day, a national holiday that recognizes and honors the soldiers who died while serving in the U.S. military. At 3:00 p.m., MHC’s Facebook page will be playing “Taps,” a bugle call which is traditionally played in remembrance of a fallen soldier at memorial services. 3:00 p.m. on… Read more »

Day #30: Nutrition

by: Trista Genova We have all heard that “you are what you eat,” but have you ever really sat back and thought about that? If you take a minute to think about those words and look into the science behind it, you will find that you LITERALLY are what you eat. The food that you… Read more »

Day #29: Healthy Boundaries

by: Jill Siegel, MHC Development Committee Having healthy boundaries means knowing and understanding what your limits are so that you feel at peace and contentment in your day to day life. Here are 5 ways to help you set healthy boundaries: 1. It’s important to know your cues, triggers and the situations and feelings that… Read more »

Day #28: Exercise

Mental Health and Fitness Go Hand-In-Hand by: Connor Clark, Personal Trainer, Strength Coach, and Gym-Owner Exercise is the deliberate action we take to sustain and promote physical fitness, health, and well-being. However, it is so much more than that.  We’ve all been made aware throughout our lives of the wide range of benefits that exercise… Read more »

Day #27: Giving Back

Giving Back is a powerful self-care tool. While it may seem to only benefit others, giving back comes full circle. According to the Cleveland Clinic, giving to others is shown to boost your mental and physical health. By volunteering for a good cause, starting a fundraiser, or donating to charity you can reap multiple health… Read more »