Longer Days Improve Well-Being

Spring forward and improve health


After the many months of short, dark days, more daylight is on the horizon! Take a moment to intentionally decide how you are going to make the most of it.

Daylight savings was originally done in an effort to conserve energy and also allow outdoor workers to achieve more before darkness fell.

Dental office hours typically don’t fluctuate with daylight savings, however, we have more daylight after work to focus on balancing our lives and improve our well-being.  


The possibilities are endless in how we can focus on our health!

Build Serotonin: 

More sunlight leads to an increase in serotonin levels, a chemical in the brain that affects our mood. More sun = better mood! 

Absorb Vitamin D

Eat meals outside to take in the sunshine.  As dental professionals, we all know that Vitamin D is proven to strengthen bones and boost our immune systems. When heading outdoors,  don’t forget the sunscreen.

Reduce Anxiety

· A study done by Stanford University revealed that connecting with nature can reduce anxiety, promote positivity, and lower risk of depression. WOW!

Don’t keep all this great information to yourself. Share the message with your patients to enhance their Spring / Summer well-being.


I recently attended the National Speakers Association Winter Conference in Houston.  The theme was ‘Sales      Playbook’.  To maximize our learning, we had pre-work and accountability projects afterwards.

What an amazing conference to recharge my: business, brand, and brain.  Connecting with cherished and new friends and colleagues is part of the experience.  The hallway conversations are were the magic happens.  Ideas become solidified and actionable tasks begin to materialize.

After 2 1/2 days of content, discussions, planning, and of course socializing, I came home with an exciting “to-do” list that will  increase my profit, performance, and productivity.

I feel so fortunate to be a part of an organization that supports my professional speaking business and feeds my heart and soul.


Do you come home from a dental meeting or study club event invigorated and ready to reignite your team with creative ideas on how to increase your profit, performance, and productivity?

Our profession has so many opportunities to collaborate and grow. If you’d like to explore ideas, I would love to connect with you and your teams to help your practice or organization flourish.

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