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January 2019 Archive

Thinking About Eating

Posted on January 18, 2019 by Chrystal Hedges

Most New Year’s resolutions revolve around finances or healthier nutrition and exercise habits. By the end of January, if not sooner, most of us have failed at keeping a resolution or have already abandoned the dreams of accomplishing one.

When we feel that sense of failure, we quickly give up and move on, feeling defeated and disappointed. But there is nothing to say we can’t get back on the horse and try another strategy to fulfill that resolution.  

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Chrystal Hedges

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Chrystal Hedges received her Bachelor's of Science degree from St. Gregory's University in Shawnee, Oklahoma and received her Master's of Public Health in Health Promotion Sciences from OU Health Sciences Center. She has ten and a half years of experience working in the public health arena promoting and advocating for health and well-being in various capacities. Her current role as a well-being program coordinator is to provide state employees and their families with information and opportunities to learn, grow and enrich their lives for the better. Her passion and advocacy for health and well-being has led her to one of the most important roles in her life, serving as a foster and adoptive parent. Ms. Hedges has been a foster parent for 5 years and currently has two foster children and two adoptive children.