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‘ve started and stopped a million times, thinking it was time to tell “my story.” Not just the bits and pieces I give in blog posts and videos or on my website, but the whole story. Every detail. The years … Continue reading
This video challenge was really challenging some days. I’d wake up too late to get it done in the morning and really just wanted to rest in the evening. This particular Friday night, I was tempted to take a 3-minute … Continue reading
This is what can happen when you ADD IN nutritious foods instead of focusing on eliminating foods. By adding in one green smoothie, I naturally, easily, and happily eliminated foods that aren’t good for me. Feeling great on the wheat … Continue reading
Seriously, the scale is not your friend. Your worth is not measured by the number on the scale and the scale is NOT an accurate representation of your progress. Do you feel healthy? More energetic? You know you’re making healthy … Continue reading
What you eat can affect your mood. By now, most of us know how sugar can contribute to depression and anxiety, but other nutrient deficiencies and imbalances can also affect your mood.
We all feel like quitting at some point or other, when we’re busy and exhausted. Reconnect to your “why” and if it still holds true, it’s time for self-care, and don’t be afraid to ask for help. It’s always good … Continue reading
We are all guided by intuition, it’s really a matter of whether or not we listen. If you listen, you probably notice that your intuition always leads you in the right direction.
By now, you know about the health benefits of exercise, or moving your body if you prefer. Exercise can also help you break up creative blocks, solve problems, or deal with negative emotions. And it can be fun… there are … Continue reading
To breakfast or not to breakfast first thing in the morning? It’s all individual. Conventional wisdom is not always wise for all of us. It’s called bioindividuality. Not all diets work for everybody. It’s important to learn to listen to … Continue reading