I love the start of a New Year- there’s so much possibility and excitement that surrounds this time of year. If you’re like me, you’ve reflected on the things you want more of in your life and have created some resolutions around them. Whether you’ve created a one-word theme for the year (thank you Gretchen […]
Happy New Year! Like the beginning of the school year signals the end of summer and a return to routine, the New Year is synonymous with a time to make changes in one’s life. These changes are often centered on the idea of self –improvement in the area of health, relationships, finance, or fitness. The […]
Holiday Survival Guide 2016 It’s holiday time! We all want to celebrate this time of year with healthy holiday celebrationsWe’re all tempted to indulge and eat too many things that taste good but leave us feeling bad. Often we promise ourselves to begin a clean eating plan or diet right after the holidays. Unfortunately the […]
It’s holiday time! This time of year we’re all tempted (even me) to indulge and eat too many things that taste good but leave us feeling bad. Often we promise ourselves to begin a clean eating plan or diet right after the holidays.
With cold and flu season rapidly approaching, I am often asked how to ward off colds throughout the season. As we move through autumn and deep into winter, it’s a crucial time for you to be aware of how the changing season affects your body and your mind and how to be proactive in staying healthy and balanced amidst the […]
Sleep is one of the most important processes for the human body. Along with the digestion of food, production of hormones and the creation and maintenance of longterm memory, sleep ensures that the body heals, grows, and replenishes itself so that people can thrive.
It’s the New Year and we’re all motivated to make positive changes. As you’re formulating your goals and strategies for healthier eating keep the following in mind and make decisions to support yourself in the area you feel needs attention.
Dehydration is the root of many health issues. Having a
When I was a teenager, I loved makeup, and hair, and fashion, actually. I couldn’t wait to turn 16. That was the age I had to be before my parents would let me wear makeup and I wore it everyday thereafter. I was a teenager in the early ’80 so it was blue eye shadow […]
Downsizing from our large family home has been a three-year process. I realized about 4 years ago that our family home was just too big for only my husband and I. Our daughter had grown and gone, sure to return but never to live with us again, and our beloved dog Max had recently passed away.
It’s a good thing that I’m comfortable with change because so far 2015 has brought unbelievable changes to my life personally. The coaching, guidance and motivation that I impart with my clients is becoming the self-talk I need to direct towards myself more and more.