Articles by Simona Hadjigeorgalis

About Simona Hadjigeorgalis (13 Articles)
Simona is the co-creator of FueltheBodyWell.com and TrainingforLabor.com, a family of websites developed to empower people to connect to the wisdom of their human vehicles. When she is not writing about fueling the body well, ‘wellness adventuring’ with her family, or mentoring wellness-minded entrepreneurs and businesses, you can find her doing P90X2 or Les Mills Pump - Kia Kaha!

How can you reverse that Retirement 15?

January 15, 2014 // 0 Comments

Boomer Generation Radio: January 2014 interview with Simona Hadjigeorgalis On the January 7th Boomer Generation Radio Show, Rabbi Address and I spoke about the [...]

Purim, Merriment, and Wellness

February 23, 2013 // 0 Comments

Purim merriment is upon us. As we laugh and feel joy, we are inviting in health and well being. Can you feel it? The hamentashen, the grape juice, and the masquerading The [...]

Passover: A wellness ritual?

March 9, 2012 // 3 Comments

Passover is a wonderful time of year to clean our external and internal spaces.  For many of us, we already carve out the time to clean our kitchens in preparation for the [...]

Homemade, low-calorie, energy boosting drink

January 25, 2012 // 2 Comments

Cha-cha-cha-chia!  Yes, the same seeds that are the subject of those hilarious informercials for Chia Pets are also a superfood. Simona Hadjigeorgalis Chia seeds are an [...]

Transition back into Routine

January 8, 2012 // 0 Comments

With the winter holidays behind us, it is time to get back into our routines.  The transition back into routine takes some effort, which makes now a particularly important [...]

Human Be-ings (not human do-ings)

May 2, 2011 // 0 Comments

Simona Wright, MBA Most of us are caretakers or providers or some other life-path that does not make it feasible to sit in a meditative state and “be” all day long.  So [...]

Desserts spelled backward

March 25, 2011 // 0 Comments

  Stressed is desserts spelled backward.   As a dessert-lover, I am not suggesting that savoring a sweet treat is a sign of stress.  However, when our enjoyment [...]
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