Posts Tagged ‘#kicksugartothecurb’
Day One…Happy New Year!
I called this Day 1…not because it’s my first blog post. Lord no, that is NOT the case. This is Day 1 because well, you know, it’s New Year’s Day. It’s the beginning of yet another year in the not-so-new millennium. Remember when Y2K was going to be the end of the world as we…Read More
Did You Leave Room For Chocolate Pudding?
If you have a sweet tooth and also want to make some healthy choices, these two concepts don’t have to be mutually exclusive. Want to know how that’s possible? Stay tuned. Nothing better than chocolate Do you just love chocolate? How about a creamy chocolate pudding? If you ate the prepackaged puddings of our collective…Read More
Sweet Surrender…Maybe It’s Time You Did
I recently started offering a 5-week Sweet Surrender Sugar Detox to help people kick their sugar habit to the curb once and for all. Because of that, I thought I would share some of the reasons you may want to consider doing that yourself. Does Any of This Describe You? Do you feel like you…Read More
Have You Thought About Your Act Two?
Are you a woman “of a certain age”? You know what I mean. Kids are grown and flown. If you’re married, maybe you and the spouse have fallen into the hypnotic rhythm of life. Or you may have been a ‘stay at home’ and now the nest is empty. You may be coming to…Read More
What Are Your Risk Factors?
I want to share some information about heart disease and some of the ways it shows up, especially for women. Much of the existing heart disease in the US, in fact 80%, can be prevented through proper nutrition and lifestyle habits. There are some risk factors we all need to manage to keep ourselves healthy…Read More
Food Glorious Food
And now we’ve gotten to the last of the Five Pillars for Success…Nutrition. There are several reasons this is the final pillar. No matter what healthy food plan you use, unless you have the other pillars in place, your chance of sustained change, and therefore success, are pretty slim. When I work with my clients,…Read More
What Other People Think Of Me Is None Of My Business
Why do people think they have the right to judge others? I see lots of criticism of high profile people. They’re scrutinized on what they wear, how they look, the size of their bodies and other nonsense. Why are people in the public eye targeted with such animosity? Is it jealousy, contempt or something else?…Read More