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Natalie Gulbis

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  •  0  69  4 July, 2020
  • Driver Testing! So many options & combos! May go through a few new gloves today .... @taylormadegolf SIM...@truespecgolf
  • Driver Testing! So many options & combos! May go through a few new gloves today .... @taylormadegolf SIM...@truespecgolf

  •  0  56  4 July, 2020
  • Practice x Practice x Practice @adidasgolf 🇺🇸 These are my new fav golf shoes of 2020 so much stability and waterproof for mornings #womensgolf
  • Practice x Practice x Practice @adidasgolf 🇺🇸 These are my new fav golf shoes of 2020 so much stability and waterproof for mornings #womensgolf

  •  0  115  30 June, 2020
  • Loved watching live sports on TV! ⛳️ ⚽️ after A Morning visit to the Barn...Excited to Watch the 2020 Belmont Stakes 🐎 #belmontstakes #foreleft
  • Loved watching live sports on TV! ⛳️ ⚽️ after A Morning visit to the Barn...Excited to Watch the 2020 Belmont Stakes 🐎 #belmontstakes #foreleft

  •  0  59  20 June, 2020
  •  0  43  17 May, 2020
  • Part 2 —For me the people who I keep close -friends and family is incredibly important. I really enjoy the company of those who inspire, support and challenge me to be my best. I heard once that you are and average of the 5 peope you spend the most time with......wow. Good reminder and I have found this advice very valuable. Taking care of your self first means you do not need to protect your time —heart and who you allow into your life!! Easier said then done. Health for every woman is not black and white. As I mentioned in my previous post. One thing I know for sure is annual visits and following up with health concerns is absolutely necessary. The recommended yearly cheek ups I schedule every winter.  My regular thyroid, blood work, dental appointments I schedule at the end of the visit. Please stay in tune with your instincts to seek medical council when you know you need to go. Women in particular are the leaders of the family and home with health and lead by example with their habits and staying on top of regular doctor visits. I hope this week is a reminder to all the women to do things they love every day and take time for self care. To the men please encourage the women in your life to do this and acknowledge when they do. #womenshealth #nationalwomenshealthday #moveinmay
  • Part 2 —For me the people who I keep close -friends and family is incredibly important. I really enjoy the company of those who inspire, support and challenge me to be my best. I heard once that you are and average of the 5 peope you spend the most time with......wow. Good reminder and I have found this advice very valuable. Taking care of your self first means you do not need to protect your time —heart and who you allow into your life!! Easier said then done. Health for every woman is not black and white. As I mentioned in my previous post. One thing I know for sure is annual visits and following up with health concerns is absolutely necessary. The recommended yearly cheek ups I schedule every winter. My regular thyroid, blood work, dental appointments I schedule at the end of the visit. Please stay in tune with your instincts to seek medical council when you know you need to go. Women in particular are the leaders of the family and home with health and lead by example with their habits and staying on top of regular doctor visits. I hope this week is a reminder to all the women to do things they love every day and take time for self care. To the men please encourage the women in your life to do this and acknowledge when they do. #womenshealth #nationalwomenshealthday #moveinmay

  •  0  223  17 May, 2020
  • I love to sleep. 8.5 hours and I am full of energy and ready to take on the day, complete with a morning workout.  It’s sleep awareness week.  I use to have trouble sleeping back in 2008.  I took Ambien, Advil PM, Tylenol PM.  I couldn’t sleep with the use of over the counter sleep aids. Plus I felt irritable and hung over in the AM. With Jet Lag from international travel, coast to coast time changes and red eyes, I needed to perform as an athlete and make my appearances and train.  I read sleep books, I asked doctors. I asked friends who were athletes and successful in business. I finally went to a sleep institute.  After two weeks I learned how to take care of my health and I learned how to sleep and how to turn off my brain.  I’m no doctor, but here’s what works for me.
I don’t always sleep well. But I have overcome the label “I’m not a good sleeper.” Friends make fun of me when I say goodnight at 8 o’clock.  I’m asleep by 9:30pm, but I wake up at 5:00 am with boundless energy.  Here are the things that have worked for me.  Please share what things help you get the right amount of sleep in the comments!

1.  Figure out how many hours of sleep you really need to feel good.  Is it 4, 6, 9 hours?  It varies person to person, so find out what works for you!

2.  No heavy talks or working within 2 hours of going to bed.  Use the day time for problem solving and resolving issues.  For me, the cutoff is 7pm.

3.  Have a night time routine before bed.  Mine includes taking a bath, laying out clothes, water, snacks for the next day.  I also set time aside for vanity and dental hygiene.

4.  I take 5mg of Melatonin.  This brand is what I take and love is the target brand.

5.  Stretch before you go to sleep.  10 minutes makes a huge difference for my back and my brain.

6.  Stop caffeine use 8 hours before bedtime.

7.  Keep the lights low one hour before bed.  Relaxing music, or watching something calm on tv is good.  Try and stay away from the News and violent tv shows!

8.  Find a sleep meditation to practice if you have trouble falling asleep.  In the Podcast app

9.  Stay in bed for at least 7 to 9 hours.  Whatever is ideal for you.  Even if you can’t sleep, sta
  • I love to sleep. 8.5 hours and I am full of energy and ready to take on the day, complete with a morning workout.  It’s sleep awareness week.  I use to have trouble sleeping back in 2008.  I took Ambien, Advil PM, Tylenol PM.  I couldn’t sleep with the use of over the counter sleep aids. Plus I felt irritable and hung over in the AM. With Jet Lag from international travel, coast to coast time changes and red eyes, I needed to perform as an athlete and make my appearances and train.  I read sleep books, I asked doctors. I asked friends who were athletes and successful in business. I finally went to a sleep institute.  After two weeks I learned how to take care of my health and I learned how to sleep and how to turn off my brain.  I’m no doctor, but here’s what works for me.
    I don’t always sleep well. But I have overcome the label “I’m not a good sleeper.” Friends make fun of me when I say goodnight at 8 o’clock.  I’m asleep by 9:30pm, but I wake up at 5:00 am with boundless energy.  Here are the things that have worked for me.  Please share what things help you get the right amount of sleep in the comments!

    1.  Figure out how many hours of sleep you really need to feel good.  Is it 4, 6, 9 hours?  It varies person to person, so find out what works for you!

    2.  No heavy talks or working within 2 hours of going to bed.  Use the day time for problem solving and resolving issues.  For me, the cutoff is 7pm.

    3.  Have a night time routine before bed.  Mine includes taking a bath, laying out clothes, water, snacks for the next day.  I also set time aside for vanity and dental hygiene.

    4.  I take 5mg of Melatonin.  This brand is what I take and love is the target brand.

    5.  Stretch before you go to sleep.  10 minutes makes a huge difference for my back and my brain.

    6.  Stop caffeine use 8 hours before bedtime.

    7.  Keep the lights low one hour before bed.  Relaxing music, or watching something calm on tv is good.  Try and stay away from the News and violent tv shows!

    8.  Find a sleep meditation to practice if you have trouble falling asleep.  In the Podcast app

    9.  Stay in bed for at least 7 to 9 hours.  Whatever is ideal for you.  Even if you can’t sleep, sta

  •  0  97  14 May, 2020
  • Over the past few months, women have played a major role in our Nation’s healthcare response to the coronavirus pandemic, and we have tremendous appreciation for their work.  Countless courageous women are serving on the frontlines as physicians, law enforcement officers, nurses, health assistants, health aides, technicians, and critical infrastructure workers. Thank you. Let’s all continue to thank them and honor them by taking good care of ourselves first.............................. Read more...................................... #womenshealthweek2020 
https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefings-statements/presidential-message-national-womens-health-week
  • Over the past few months, women have played a major role in our Nation’s healthcare response to the coronavirus pandemic, and we have tremendous appreciation for their work.  Countless courageous women are serving on the frontlines as physicians, law enforcement officers, nurses, health assistants, health aides, technicians, and critical infrastructure workers. Thank you. Let’s all continue to thank them and honor them by taking good care of ourselves first.............................. Read more...................................... #womenshealthweek2020
    https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefings-statements/presidential-message-national-womens-health-week

  •  0  164  13 May, 2020