I don't know if the moon or stars are in some strange alignment.... But lately I've been talking to so many clients/coworkers etc...and it seems like there are more than the usual amount of people trying (and ultimately failing miserably) these trendy "quick fix" diets....such as Keto, (which, BTW, if done the way it's intended...is … Continue reading I don’t know if the Moon and Stars are in some weird Alignment…
A couple of months ago, I posted on my FB business page about how often clients come to me and tell me how much they hate certain body parts. They'll say things like they hate their "fat guts" or "fat thighs" or "big butts", "flabby arms", etc. I understand...because I have done this (and sometimes … Continue reading Why it breaks my heart when I hear people say things like this….
“It tastes so good; I can’t stop eating even though I’m stuffed.” This seems to be a hot topic right now with my clients and co-workers. Can you relate to this statement? Man, I sure can!! And if I’m being completely transparent; sometimes it still happens…but not nearly as much as it used to! I … Continue reading Two reasons you can’t stop eating when it tastes so good…
Here’s a little game for you….. Set a timer on your phone for 1 minute. Now within that minute, I want you to look around the room you’re in and take note of how many things you see that are blue or have blue in them. Write down how many blue items you found within … Continue reading Do you prefer red or blue…and a little game for you!
"I just came from my yearly Dr. visit and I am shocked that I somehow managed to gain 15 pounds". These were the words that a new client of mine said to me last week. This has totally happened to me in the past. I haven't always been a fan of the scale. You see, … Continue reading The great scale debate: where do you weigh in?
Softball. I highly dislike playing the game of softball. Well, if I am completely honest with myself….I hate playing softball. Same goes for volleyball, baseball, and oh, let’s add soccer in there too.
Ok, so to be clear, I don’t actually hate these sports themselves, I was just never any good at playing them.
The Dreaded Softball
When I say never any good at playing them…I mean really BAD at playing them. I think it was a coordination issue.
Because I had such dreadful experiences with these sports, I started to have a negative attitude towards exercise in general. I was no good at it so why bother. Besides, don’t you have to play team sports to be considered athletic?
This was my mindset for a very long time about exercise and fitness. I had that all or nothing way of thinking; it had to be team sports or you could never be…
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I've wrapped up a little over one week of my new healthy habit of daily meditation. Here's what I've learned so far. I missed two days this week and that's ok...I managed to do 8 days which is 800% better than last week! Will I nail this everyday for forever...not likely. But if I … Continue reading Not so fast…Healthy Habits take time.
Softball. I highly dislike playing the game of softball. Well, if I am completely honest with myself....I hate playing softball. Same goes for volleyball, baseball, and oh, let's add soccer in there too. Ok, so to be clear, I don't actually hate these sports themselves, I was just never any good at playing them. When I … Continue reading Mindset about movement…5 tips to get you out of your own way
Oh we've all done it haven't we. Waited until the 1st of January to set our laundry list of New Years Resolutions. Be honest with yourself....how has that worked for you in the past? Did you succeed? Me neither. Studies have shown again and again that only 8% of people actually succeed at obtaining their … Continue reading Why waiting until January 1st to start exercising and losing weight has a 92% failure rate and how to be part of the 8% success rate
Let me see a show of hands if you mastered riding a bike on your initial attempt. Like, you didn’t fall….no training wheels….you just got on and rode. Or maybe you started speaking a foreign language fluently the moment you first heard it. Perhaps you opened up a cookbook and became a master chef instantly … Continue reading Consistently Inconsistent