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Less Is More in 2015

My favorite part about this time of year? The enthusiasm that swirls around health & wellness goals. Whether you want to lose weight, eat better, start a new fitness program, quit sugar, nothing is more energizing than a proclamation to feel great – inside & out. My least favorite part about this time of year? […]

Ever think, “I should really do that?” Read this.

There’s an epidemic going around. A community arising – and it’s neither pretty nor healthy. It centers on a single, simple phrase: “I should…” I lovingly refer to this movement as the “should-ers”. They’re people who can’t help but succumb to “should” thinking, every. single. day. “I should count the carbs on my plate and […]

Do You Have A Secret? I Have Ten.

Can you think of something about yourself that most people don’t know? (And I’m not just asking about what or how you’re eating.) Something real. Something personal. Something uniquely you. Do you sing show tunes in the shower? Have an unhealthy obsession with sriracha? Secretly watch Real Housewives of Beverly Hills (as a guilty pleasure, […]

Delicious Kindness: 5 Ways to Treat Yourself Right

To kick off our New Year together, I have one simple question for you: Are you deliciously kind to yourself? I know, I know. I have already asked you this very same question at one time or another. But, here’s what I know to be true: We make a ton of promises to be deliciously kind […]

Feel “Good Enough” For The Holidays & Always

A client came to me and said, “It’s all downhill from here.  With the candy in the house and the signs of the holidays around the corner, I’m doomed.  I never end up feeling good about myself. Ever.” She got me thinking: this is supposed to be the season of celebration and joy, yet so […]

How To Tell If Perfectionism Is Getting In Your Way

Not too long ago… I threw in the towel. I know. Maybe not the best way to start a blog post – but it’s the truth. It was a concept in its infant stages. I realized how much I absolutely loved sharing my story and discussing perfectionism, and how the message of learning to let […]

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