Getting the Big Things Right In Saving & Investing

When it comes to saving money, buying fewer lattes is often touted as a secret to success. But seriously - if you bought a $3 drink every week-day for a year, we're talking about $780. While another $780 would certainly be a good thing for your investments, I don't know if we can whip this in … Continue reading Getting the Big Things Right In Saving & Investing

Whole Foods, Defined

  In this post, Level 1 Life contributing author Christine Wilcox, M.S., shares three factors that make a whole-food whole, and how to tell the difference between whole and processed foods. Christine is a 200-hour Certified Yoga Instructor and Holistic Health Coach in Syracuse, NY. If you have questions for Christine, let us know on our “Connect” … Continue reading Whole Foods, Defined

Genesis 1:29

And God said, “Behold, I have given you every plant yielding seed that is on the face of all the earth, and every tree with seed in its fruit. You shall have them for food. Genesis 1:29

Your Comeback is Calling

Read below to discover the five elements of a comeback, and how to stage your own legendary turn-around. Reading time: 3.5 minutes If you live under a rock, you probably haven't heard yet about the Patriots winning Super Bowl LI in truly dramatic and unprecedented fashion. You missed the Patriots coming back from a mounting 28-3 blowout, … Continue reading Your Comeback is Calling

Focus Factor Self-Assessment Tool

We're very excited to introduce a new tool to help you lead a Level 1 Life full of of purpose, spirit, and well-being! Find your focus today, with the Focus Factor Self-Assessment Tool™. This self-assessment tool is meant to be simple - just grab some crayons, markers, colored pencils, or a pen/pencil, go to a quite place where … Continue reading Focus Factor Self-Assessment Tool

The Virtues of Simplicity

How many of us have bought that new high-tech remote control to find we really only use the power, volume, and channel buttons? Do any of these scenarios ring a bell: Loaded features in your car? How many do you utilize on a daily basis? Bluetooth capabilities on your phone? How many times a day do you connect … Continue reading The Virtues of Simplicity

Call to Action

noun an exhortation or stimulus to do something in order to achieve an aim or deal with a problem. (in advertising material) a piece of content intended to induce a viewer, reader, or listener to perform a specific act, typically taking the form of an instruction or directive (e.g. buy now or click here ). … Continue reading Call to Action

Decision Making 101

Do you ever feel like your time is dictated by someone else's agenda? Like companies, parents, friends, or societal pressures are making your decisions for you. Do you feel out of control in the way you answer the following questions: What diet modifications should I make to optimize health? Should I buy, lease, or pay … Continue reading Decision Making 101

Discipline Equals Freedom

Think of discipline as a hot-air balloon, the structure holding together the chaos of daily life, allowing lift. Without the nylon material, the vessel for the air, we would all be grounded. -Daily discipline in budgeting tells you where you in your monthly financial walk, and lets you know what you can do without guilt … Continue reading Discipline Equals Freedom

Balance in the Level 1 Life, Defined

bal·ance noun 1. an even distribution of weight enabling someone or something to remain upright and steady. 2. a condition in which different elements are equal or in the correct proportions. Remember with this concept: "Correct proportions." In his book, "The One Thing", prolific author Gary Keller proposes that a balanced life is a myth, that there … Continue reading Balance in the Level 1 Life, Defined