How to Stay Healthy This Holiday Season

Guest Blog Contributed by Chamber Member Dr. Alyssa Kurth of West Chiropractic

 

Tis the season for baking, parties, shopping, and – stress.  If you are finding it difficult to muster up the time or energy for your holiday obligations this year, here are a few tips to help you enjoy this holiday season!

  • Sleep.  Aim for a solid seven to eight hours of sleep per night.  While your body is resting, it is hard at work healing and repairing your cells.  Just like your phone needs to be charged, your body also needs to be recharged!
  • Moderation.  Holiday cooking and parties can make eating healthy and staying on track with your diet difficult.  Instead, try loading up on fresh fruit, veggies, and lean protein to help you fill up, and indulge less.
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ARE YOU WORRIED ABOUT HARASSMENT ALLEGATIONS IN YOUR BUSINESS?

Are you worried about harassment allegations in your business? 

Guest Blog Contributed by Chamber Member Darcey McAllister of HRT Northwest

Harvey Weinstein, Matt Lauer, Roy Moore and the #MeToo campaign continue to bring allegations of old sexual harassment activities to light wreaking havoc on careers and lives.  I’m confident that many of these powerful people thought they wouldn’t ever be held accountable because of their power.  I’m equally confident that there are many business leaders out there who think they are too small to be held accountable for their actions – but what if they’re wrong?

I’m not saying that everyone is a sexual harasser.  Most people I’ve worked with have been professional, caring, well-behaved, sensible people.  But for many human resources practitioners and business leaders, there is a risk that an incident someone complained about at some point may not have been handled correctly. … Read the rest