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STOP Yo-Yo Dieting Forever

By | September 9th, 2016|Nutrition, Personal Development, Personal Growth|

Yo-yo dieting is a pattern. You lose weight, gain it back. Lose, gain. Lose, gain. Over and over again. Marketing companies do an awesome job advertising various "magic pills", detoxes, fad diets to make them look like the answer to quick effortless weight loss. This is why yo-yo dieting is a billion dollar industry! But the [...]

Say Goodbye to Limiting Beliefs Forever

By | August 2nd, 2016|Personal Development, Personal Growth, Uncategorized|

Many clients tell me they wish they could weigh 'x' amount, but don't believe it's possible. They have a list of reasons why it's impossible for them to achieve their desired body. For example, "my metabolism has slowed",  "there's no time for exercise",  "I have kids now", "it's just the way my body is built." I say NO these are limiting beliefs! A limiting belief is a false idea that one acquires from [...]

4 Reasons Why You Gain Weight In Relationships + What To Do About It

By | May 17th, 2016|Nutrition, Personal Growth|

When we are in love we do crazy things – like finish off a large pizza and 2 bottles of wine with our newfound love. Studies show more than 50% of couples in comfortable relationships put on weight. What starts out as throwing caution to the wind and eating anything and everything while falling in love can [...]

Free Yourself From Food Guilt

By | April 30th, 2016|Nutrition, Personal Growth|

Still thinking about that extra slice of pizza you indulged in last night? Or can't let go of the M&Ms you scooped from the candy bowl? You're not alone - food guilt is rampant among the health conscious. My clients constantly voice guilt + shame around their food choices. I've been there too - overly [...]

Rise + Shine: 7 Habits Of Early Risers

By | March 14th, 2016|Personal Growth|

For many of us waking up in the morning is a struggle! Our alarm goes off and we think our only salvation is to hit snooze for “just a couple more minutes”. But, wouldn’t it be wonderful to have the desire to jump out of bed each morning and seize the day? Morning people do [...]

How To Pull Yourself Out Of A Funk

By | February 10th, 2016|Personal Growth|

We all have bad days and at some point in life we've all hit a rough patch, a period where we don't feel like ourselves and life feels heavy. It happens and it's ok. But, the trick is how to get out of that place. You must pick yourself up and keep going. Why? Life [...]

A Hidden Muscle That Might Help You Lose Weight

By | December 3rd, 2015|Personal Growth|

Working out, but not losing weight? You might be forgetting a muscle! I am talking about your willpower muscle. I like to think of willpower as a muscle because the more you train it the stronger it becomes. Even during the holidays, when you are the most exhausted, the most tempted, and the most likely to give in to short-term temptations, [...]

5 Steps To Kiss Your Comfort Zone Goodbye

By | November 4th, 2015|Personal Growth|

Eleanor Roosevelt said, “Do one thing every day that scares you.” How powerful that would be? Instead, most of like to chill out in our comfort zone. This makes perfect sense, as our comfort zone is our natural, at ease feeling state -- a place where stress and anxiety are minimal, where we know what's coming next and can [...]

5 Ways To Put An End To Stress

By | July 19th, 2015|Personal Growth|

How Do You Deal With Stress? Feeling stressed is NORMAL and unless you're the Dalai Lama, you probably experience daily stress. What's important to know is there are 2 types of stress: acute stress (temporary - i.e. losing your keys) vs. chronic stress (constant - i.e. your work environment). Chronic stress can sabotage all the [...]