It really is like toothpaste! Let me explain...
This is right about the time that most Americans give up on their new year's resolutions, but not you! See if you're implementing these tips to ensure you stick with your healthy habits long term.
How many of these tips are you already following, and which one do you want to add to your repertoire this year?
Our current cultural climate leads us to believe weight is the enemy, but any good wellness coach knows there's more to it. Let's break it down.
If you're struggling with unexplained weight gain, here's five super simple strategies you can implement today that cost you zero dollars.
One of the things most stressed people have in common is their craving for salty food, and any good wellness coach knows that collective commonalities are worth investigating. So, let's investigate...
We were talking about this in Culinary Confidence yesterday, and I had this lightbulb moment: Everyone needs access to this information! So here's the SparkNotes version...It seems counterintuitive, but it's true: Dieting is one of the primary reasons why people's weight climbs despite their best intentions, and it's not the product of failed willpower. How Dieting … Continue reading If you want to gain weight, diet.
How can I be healthy if I don't "watch" what I eat? 👆 This is a totally valid concern when we're immersed in diet culture's restrictive thinking! And we all know what happened to the guy in Super Size Me, right? You obviously can't eat McDonald's every day and expect to be a picture of … Continue reading 5 Practical Upgrades For Abundant Energy & Balanced Health
My Story When I started cooking for myself, I totally f**ked it up. 😬 After living exclusively off lean cuisines in college, the pendulum swung in the complete opposite direction post grad: I tried to meticulously plan a gourmet breakfast, lunch, and dinner each and every day of the week. I traded the joy of … Continue reading Leaving Stress & Overwhelm Behind: The Kitchen Edition
Routines? Rituals? Isn't it all just semantics? Short Answer: Kind of. And to be completely honest with you, I don't care what you call it. What matters most is the intention behind what you're doing. Let's break it down. When I'm talking to clients about their routines, they usually bring up mindless acts - the things they "go through … Continue reading From Ritual To Routine: Making The Mundane Mindful