Spring cleaning is an age-old ritual that has roots in Jewish, Christian, and Persian traditions. In the 1800s, spring brought about warmer weather which meant that the soot and grime from lamp, coal and wood heating used during the winter could be thoroughly cleaned out of the house. Spring cleaning is a ritual that has
June 16, 2021
In his book Atomic Habits*, James Clear transforms the science of habits into a practical framework he calls the Four Laws of Behavior Change. To create a good habit, you must (1) Make it Obvious, (2) Make it Attractive, (3) Make it Easy, and (4) Make it Satisfying. We reviewed this framework and applied it to your Financial Matters in our last post. Here, in Part 2
February 25, 2021
Hortz: Can you explain what you mean about the Four Capitals of true wealth? SFG: True wealth is so much more than just financial wealth. What good is having financial wealth if you don’t have the health or peace of mind to enjoy it? When founding SFG in 1982, we did not have a concrete
January 6, 2021
Diet & Nutrition
5 STRATEGIES FOR HOW TO STAY HYDRATED Summertime requires a heightened focus on staying hydrated. Warmer temperatures, humidity, and spending time outside may increase water loss through sweating. Here are 5 tips to help you stay hydrated this summer. #1: LEVERAGE FOOD. As mentioned in our Hydration Blog Post, typical U.S. diets contribute about 20%
September 2, 2020
Diet & Nutrition
Water is a vital nutrient and has many important roles in the body. Despite the body’s precise regulation of water balance, we must still consume an adequate amount of water to prevent dehydration.
May 31, 2020
Health & Fitness
Lack of time is one of the most commonly cited reasons for not exercising. The good news is that much of what we already do counts as physical activity, such as mowing the lawn or raking leaves. Additionally, benefiting from physical activity does not require a fancy gym membership or an uninterrupted 1-2 hours per day.
April 30, 2020