Let us start our Monday off with a little motivation to kick start us. Motivational speech by Les Brown.
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Although recent headlines have had Mr. West in a negative light , we are going to highlight his inspirational/motivational drive to help us kickstart our Monday!
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WASHINGTON (AP) — Will Donald Trump remake school lunches into his fast-food favorites of burgers and fried chicken when he's president?
Children grumbling about healthier school meal rules championed by first lady Michelle Obama may have reason to cheer Trump's election as the billionaire businessman is a proud patron of Kentucky Fried Chicken and McDonald's while promising to curb federal regulations.
The Obama administration has made healthier, safer and better labeled food a priority in the last eight years, significantly raising the profile of food policy and sometimes drawing the ire of Republicans, farmers and the food industry. The first lady made reducing childhood obesity one of her signature issues through her "Let's Move" campaign.
If you’re running in circles just to keep up, you probably think adding stress reduction practices to your schedule will stress you out more, but there’s good news about chronic stress: If you give your mind and body a break from it for a few minutes each day, you can reverse its negative effects. So even if you have only five minutes to spare, you can start cutting your stress.These stress-busting techniques may sound too easy—and they are simple—but they are quite effective at lowering blood pressure, reducing blood sugar and helping you lose weight.
This Monday we are kicking off and jump starting the week with the one and only Kid President. Straight from the tiny oval office, Kid President Robby Novak reminds us that we’re all on the same team in this crazy game of life and that we’re all meant to be awesome. So get to it.
With the 2016 elections being behind us some of us are still experiencing associated stress. The bottom line is, it's okay to need some mental health support today — whether you're upset about the election's outcome or facing backlash for supporting Donald Trump. To that end, we've compiled a few resources and hotlines that you can contact for help — and they don't require any money or health insurance.
If you are experiencing anxiety and are in need of crisis support, you can call the Crisis Call Center’s 24-hour hotline at 1-775-784-8090.
If you are experiencing depression and need support, please call the National Depressive/Manic-Depressive Association Hotline at 1-800-826-3632 or the Crisis Call Center’s 24-hour hotline at 1-775-784-8090.
If you are thinking about suicide or self-harm, you can call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or the Suicide Crisis Line at 1-800-784-2433. You can also get help via NSPL's live online chat, or get in touch with the Crisis Text Line by texting "GO" to 741741.
If you have experienced sexual violence and are in need of crisis support, please call the RAINN Sexual Assault Hotline at 1-800-656-HOPE (4673).www.refinery29.com/2016/11/129276/mental-health-resources-post-election-crisis-hotline
Starting the work/school week can be hard. Here is a little motivation for those who need it. Check out the video and comment below.