It’s the first Monday of 2021 and we have Monday motivation on the brain at Rightside. We know staying on track with goals is on the forefront of your minds in January, so we are doubling down on the content this month around goal setting. We’ve partnered with some great coaches from all facets of life to get their advice on setting goals and keeping up with them. Every Thursday, we’ll be posting those conversations on Instagram so be sure to check that out. For the January blog posts, we decided to pull some of those coaching insights and create
is non-alcoholic beer healthy?
Is Non-Alcoholic Beer Healthy? You asked, we answer! We are taking a break from our usual content to kick-off a series of posts focused around questions we hear all the time. We wanted to take a minute before we launch to get to the bottom of some commonly asked questions around non-alcoholic beer. This week, we are answering, “is non-alcoholic beer healthy?” It’s easy to get in a rabbit hole on this one, but we are starting with the definition of healthy. Everyone has their own interpretation, and we certainly respect that. The most common definition we found was, “a
Mental Health Awareness
Today is World Mental Health Awareness Day, and we know 2020 in particular has strained our collective mental and emotional health. Kaiser Center for Public Health has reported between the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting economic impacts, 53% of people report a negative impact on their mental health as a result. If there is any silver lining in this (and trust me, I know it’s sometimes tough to find), I feel like the conversations around mental health are happening more openly than pre-pandemic. I talk about struggles, effects of isolation, etc. with friends and family with more ease. Maybe because
self-care – biohacking
I’m continuing to dive into self-improvement topics during September, and this week, I’m exploring biohacking! I recently was listening to a podcast featuring Ben Greenfield, and admittedly, I hadn’t heard of biohacking before but was immediately intrigued. Dave Asprey says biohacking is a crazy-sounding name for something not crazy at all – biohacking is the desire to be the absolute best version of ourselves. Most of what Ben shared on the podcast was very digestible – very easy to implement. Since listening, these are three of the things I’ve implemented to get more energy in my day. 1)