Estimated reading time: 3 minutes Peptide Therapy for Wellness? Within the body, strength is a measurable sign of health, for the most part. For example, we can observe physical strength when someone has trained their body to lift, compete, or simply get in shape. They are more toned; they might slim down; they look physically fit. Their appearance communicates to us the time, dedication, and effort they have invested in their bodies. But how can we measure
Estimated reading time: 4 minutes We have ALL been there… you look in the mirror, unable to feel happy about what you see. You still love who you are and know how far you have come, but you want more. We want to feel better and, yes, look better, too. I had this experience just last summer. I was stress-eating for a little too long, and the scale told me so. My only two options were
Estimated reading time: 3 minutes One of the hardest things to hear, especially regarding your health, is, “there is nothing we can do about it.” Or maybe you’ve had to hear, “there is no cure.” The feeling of hopelessness and defeat can be overwhelming. We empathize with any of our Elite family members who have received these words and genuinely hope you never lose faith throughout your health journey. I know, I know… I was
Estimated reading time: 3 minutes With fall already upon us, especially Texas’ version of fall, we get to love the coming changes. The colors of our surroundings are shifting, the wind carries a cooler breeze, and if you enjoy layers as much as I do, fall fashion is here! On the other hand, we know this beautiful picture-perfect season also ushers in a transformation of our skin: make-up needs may be different, and most of us
Estimated reading time: 5 minutes Wait, I need sunscreen when I sit in front of my computer? The short answer is yes. Have you ever read about that persistent, tiny drop of water? You know, the one that made a significant change in the surface of rock over time, eroding a significant path, showing everyone how powerful water can be. I bet you know the story. I have used it so many times to inspire
Estimated reading time: 5 minutes Because we are completely inundated by an abundance of information, quite literally at our fingertips, many of us have become skeptical—about everything. We've started to question who and what we should believe, what we think regarding specific topics, and who (if anyone) has the absolute truth. For now, just RELAX! We're not diving into information literacy in this blog. While reading this, I want you to digest it as if
Estimated reading time: 5 minutes Have you ever heard someone say this: “Be wise with your money?” On one hand, this seems simple enough. On the other, I don't think it means one has to D.I.Y. everything to save every single possible penny! Have you seen some of the botch jobs out there?? While each one of us has unique and impressive talents and skills, I genuinely believe some things are better left to professionals.
In our lobby, you will find beautiful pieces of art created by an amazing local artist, Chelsea Neal. An interesting fact you may not know about Chelsea is that she used to be a receptionist at Elite before deciding to become a full-time artist. We value the precious connection we have with Chelsea, so we felt the need to interview her, too.
Estimated reading time: 4 minutes There is something poetic about the connection humanity collectively shares, our differences often bringing us to the realization of how similar we are beneath the surface. Love communicates above everything else—a language with its own unique dialect. When we celebrate individuality, we discover we are only unique when we have others around us who appreciate the differences setting us apart. We are connected to others from the day we come
Estimated reading time: 5 minutes I’m stressed out simply thinking about writing on this topic. I felt the urge to share what causes stress in our lives, but to be honest, what’s the point of curating a list? We all experience stress, so each of us has a list—maybe a long one—don’t we? Stress is inevitable. A “normal” amount of stress can be a useful tool, and some people even call it a good thing, motivating