Jan 01, 2023

Optimal Living Summit... 


Wishes you 12 months of success, 52 weeks of laughter, 365 days of fun, 8,760 hours of joy, 525,600 minutes of good luck, and 31,536,000 seconds of happiness. May you find success, happiness, and everything your heart desires.


Wishing you and your loved ones a very Happy New Year!




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A message from the C.E.O

Nov 06, 2022

Your mental health and state of mind

As the world keeps turning, more issues continue to challenge our minds. Since we can not control the outside world, we must challenge ourselves to care for our mental health and wellness. We must stop pointing fingers and take responsibility for our happiness and well-being. I write this little reminder to all of you to let you know that our agency is here to help. Please let us know if you or a loved one need our assistance.


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Get moving and never lose sight!

Oct 06, 2022

Movement is just that - movement!  Get up and do something.  And when you do
something you enjoy, it can become a form of meditation.  There is no right answer, no
one thing that will speak to everyone. However, I have discovered that when you give
people the opportunity to tap into their inner child, move, and have fun, they don’t even
realize they are exercising and practicing mindfulness!

Discover for yourself what you can do to feel energized, alive and refreshed.  I...

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How to Improve Intellectual Wellness

Sep 22, 2022

It is quite easy to improve upon your intellectual wellness, especially if you know where to start. Here are five great ways to cultivate your intellectual wellness:

GRAB A BOOK (or listen to an audiobook)
There is nothing wrong with chilling out on the couch and binge watch some shows. However, even as an adult, you can have too much screen time. Opt for a good book (or audiobook) instead. Reading has many benefits, such as improving memory, an increase in vocabulary and a better...

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Financial Wellness

Aug 06, 2022

Can Debt ever be good?

Although we try to avoid it, debt is something we all deal with to some degree. It could be a student loan, or your first credit card that you went on a shopping spree with, your first mortgage, car loan or household bills that keep piling up. Knowing how to deal with debt is an important skill everyone should have. Lets start with exploring the differences between good debt, and bad debt. 

  • Mortgages: You have to live somewhere, so you might as well live...

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Beyonce and Beyond by: Michele Risa

Jul 06, 2022
We have an extraordinary number of events hitting our senses- from COVID, to guns, to abortion, to climate alarms like fires, droughts and floods, to famine, to war, to immigration, to forced labor and sex trafficking, to race and gender discrimination, to name a few.
Is this new? No, much has been happening for decades or centuries.  
Why does it feel so overwhelming? What’s different?  One factor is that many issues are no longer below the surface. Instead,...
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Organize Your Life by Wendy Monteith

Jun 06, 2022

What Does Organizing Look Like to you? 

Pretty pantries, Clear bins and pretty labels, perfectly folded clothes and linens? Rainbow-organized bookshelves and closets? Minimalistic style? Purging everything because it’s driving you crazy? Or do you panic at the sheer thought of decluttering your precious piles of stuff, and making the decisions of what stays or goes?

What it looks like to me as a Professional Organizer … creating and implementing systems and solutions that...

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Saving Sophie by Tracy Ryan

May 16, 2022

My story is not a conventional one. It has been fraught with roller coaster rides that are unimaginable to the average person. There have been a lot of extreme lows but incredibly high highs despite the tragedies that my family has endured over the last nine years.

At just 8 1/2 months old my infant Sophie daughter was diagnosed with a low-grade brain tumor called an Optic Pathway Glioma. These tumors have a 90 to 95% survival rate but an 85% recurrence rate. The only option for these tumors...

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Challenge Accepted by Paulette Challenger

Apr 04, 2022

I am so excited about the release of my book Challenge Accepted.  It is a lifestyle book and autobiography of how I was able to change my self-limiting beliefs and build myself up from absolutely nothing.

Finding my self-worth, self-care, self-love, and the right tools have changed how I value myself today. If you’re not healthy, it’s tough to be happy. You should do what makes you feel good in life and cause no harm to others.

I am very fortunate to have found a spiritual...

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Movement is Medicine by Alice Granovsky

Mar 01, 2022

As the world evolves into a new normal, more people look to holistic exercise/movement as a way to meet their overall wellness goals. 

Our team at Optimal stay ahead of the game and work steadily to come up with forward-thinking fitness programs and mind-body practices that keep you focused, balanced, and on top of your game. 

For the most part - the mindset of ‘movement is medicine’ is growing and people are doing their very best to combine mental health and physical...

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