16 energy boosters that won’t leave you depleted

Do you feel exhausted at the end of your day? Do you need that first cup of coffee in the morning to “get going?” Do you experience dips in your energy mid-morning or mid-afternoon? If your answer is yes, read on, because your body is telling you something important. When our bodies are running well, (read more…)

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The truth that no one admits about New Year’s resolutions

It happens every year. Right about now, the gyms that were once hopping on Jan 2 are getting quieter and quieter. The brand new yoga pants are spending more time in the closet than in class.  And ice cream sales are back up to their normal rates. But of course, we know not everyone loses (read more…)

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3 ways to naturally beat the winter blues

I notice the changes each year as the days get shorter.  I feel more tired and sluggish during the day, my patience wears a bit more thin, irritability intensifies, and there is a distinct lull and lethargy about my moods. I know now that I am simply feeling the impact of a mild form of (read more…)

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The “headlight” method for achieving healthy change

Soon after beginning my health counseling work, I noticed that, for many women, setting goals and dreaming big (especially with health goals) was laced with feelings of inadequacy and doubt from past failures. Every time that they pumped themselves up to reach a goal but didn’t succeed, a little part of them began to doubt (read more…)

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Fruit vs. roots: do you make this big health mistake?

Lately, I’ve been working on my upcoming online course, Designed for Wellness. I’ll share more about the course at the end of this post, but I wanted to talk a bit about how lasting change happens in our lives, and one of the biggest mistakes we all make when we try to make healthy changes. (read more…)

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