Wellbeing Lifestyles™

Learning to change your life … for good!


wellbeing lifestyle is similar to great art … it can be challenging to define, but you know it when you experience it.

Not surprisingly, the individual elements of a wellbeing lifestyle can be different for each of us. They can also be different at various times in our life.

But there are certain essential components of every wellbeing lifestyle that are universal and timeless. These include:

  • Maintaining physical and mental fitness
  • Reducing stress
  • Accessing healthy nutrition
  • Achieving restorative balance
  • Practicing appropriate self-care
  • Preventing disease
  • Cultivating emotional intelligence

My purpose is to provide you with continuously evolving resources related to these key elements. Sometimes this will take the form of timely, well-researched information and programs. Other times it may be my personal commentary and/or the comments of others on a given topic.

The intention is to keep it simple, authentic and relevant. Welcome to Wellbeing Lifestyles™.

Three Resources To Change Your Life


Personal Wellbeing Profile™

In as little as 20 minutes this downloadable program will guide you to identify your specific health risks in 7 key categories! You’ll learn where you’re already making healthy choices and where you need to improve. It’s your own personalized map for a healthier, more satisfying life.


Stress Quiz©

It’s FREE. Our quick and easy 25-question Stress Quiz© takes about 3 to 5 minutes to complete.  When you‘re finished, you’ll find out exactly how stressed you really are and what you can about it.


The 7 Keys to Eliminating Stress™

Our popular 92-page downloadable eBook provides weekly tutorials to not just manage but actually reduce stress and improve your overall health and wellness. Easy to use, highly effective and it's affordable!

Fresh From The Blog

Would That It Was Otherwise

I have never written an unapologetically political post for this site. Today I’m changing that. We all know it. We see it nearly every day. People are beginning to “boil over” in regard to our current political environment. Notwithstanding the financial crisis of 2008, our national psyche and sense of wellbeing have not experienced this much tumult since the late …

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Meditation and the Stories We Tell

We know that stories and story-telling have long been a central focus of human experience. It began with our ancestral forebears. The evolving consciousness of Homo sapiens set us apart from the other animals of pre-history and gave rise to, among other things, cognitive abilities, spoken language and the capacity to imagine. With the capacity to imagine came questions: Who …

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What’s with Climate Change … Really?

Most of us enjoy the fact that we are relatively self reliant. As much as possible, we like being in control of our life. We like knowing that, if we do the right things often enough, there is a greater likelihood that our life will be more enjoyable, more satisfying, more meaningful. But there is one area where we are …

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Eight Tips for Financial Peace of Mind

Recent studies show that money is one of the main causes of stress for many people. But then, most of us don’t need researchers to tell us that! Especially, not now. Today, Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke told Congress in his bi-annual report that there are ongoing indications the economy is slowly recovering. However, most of us are still painfully …

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Finding the Right Exercise for You

You‘ve heard it all before, exercise is very important for overall health and is great for reducing stress. And it‘s true! According to longstanding research, exercise: Reduces cholesterol levels, blood pressure, and risk of disease. Strengthens your cardiovascular and respiratory systems. Improves your circulation, digestion, and immune functioning. Stimulates body chemicals called endorphins, which affect your moods and emotions. Enhances …

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Dealing with Loss and Grief

As I write this post, it’s barely a month since the U.S. presidential election. But already there’s talk in the media about Mitt Romney’s apparent post-election “seclusion”, “malaise” and “boredom” as if these actions constitute some great sin. They are portraying him as the ultimate loser as he retreats to lick his wounds and re-assess his goals and his life. Now, …

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