Learn how to hack your spring cleaning with non-toxic essential oils.Read More
The world we live in is moving fast, there's no doubt about that. To keep up with it, I find that I've fallen into a "what's next" mentality. A mentality where I focus on what I need to be doing next to get ahead, to stay on the pulse of things, to out do what I've done and keep things moving.Read More
I was told that it would be helpful if I wrote out what I eat in an average day. Please keep in mind that my workout days look different than my rest days. My workout days usually have more protein in them and my rest days generally are more veggies, sometimes no meat, and less calories. I'll try to lay out both for you.Read More
It’s the new year, you’ve got yourself set-up for success! You’re going to KILL it! You’ve gotten clear on your goal and clear on your “WHY!” Click here for help on getting clarity on your “WHY!”
You’ve redefined your success markers. For some guidance on that, check this out!Read More
One question I often get from clients is “what are some good snacks to have?” Healthy snack criteria for me includes sugar free, quick, easy, and unprocessed. But, eating a handful of almonds every time you want a snack isn’t the best option either.Read More
I’m just going to put it out there, if I’m being completely transparent, I just am NOT a fan of measuring your goal or success by how much you weight. Nope, nada, no.
Why? Well, I’ve never seen numbers be all that accurate. Nor do I think weight should be the ultimate health marker. I weigh 155 pounds! Holy moly! That seems like a lot. In fact, according to the height to weight ratio, I would be borderline overweight. Seems inaccurate given I am 12 percent body fat, don’tcha think? My fiance actually is borderline obese given his weight to height ratio. His body fat percentage, most likely even lower than mine.
When festivity fills the air, the holiday spirit becomes contagious. Winter, as it is, brings with itself a lethargy and longing for warmth that is found in the most indulgent of foods. Bakeries start stocking up, there are pies on window sills, mugs are topped with hot cocoa. Caution goes out the window and we stop fighting against the holiday spirit and put on the notorious burden we regret as soon as the New Year dawns: holiday weight.Read More
So, you want to drop 20 pounds off the old waist tire? You want to make it to the world wide Jazzercisers competition or perhaps the Crossfit Games. Maybe you just want to start working out in hopes that your slight insomnia will vanish and you can finally sleep like a baby -- snoring, drooling, yapping through your dreams, sleepwalking down the street and the whole nine yards. Sorry to break it to ya, but whatever end goal you’ve attached to working out won’t be accomplished just by working out. You heard me, friend! It ain’t gonna happen.
The Paleo diet has gotten a bad rap for being a boring, bland diet that is much too simple for our complex taste buds. When in reality, it's simply stripping down the crap that has made it's way into our diet over the years. Going Paleo allows our bodies to get back to the basics of functioning off of real, nutritious food. Interestingly enough, we see this concept in our daily lives as well. Everyone is afraid to simplify their lives, in fear that they will become bored or be perceived as a boring person. The question is, when did boredom become a negative thing? Why is everyone so fearful of boredom in their diet and life?Read More