I am a lover of popcorn, the real kind, popped on the stovetop in a pan with coconut oil, my favorite healthy fat and nutritional powerhouse. For those whose eating guidelines don't allow fat, fire up that air popper! Popcorn is loaded with fiber and makes an excellent snack- with or without the oil, especially if you jazz it... Continue Reading →
Show up. Do the work. Repeat. You win by showing up 100% and going the distance for YOUR individual "marathons". Whatever they may be.
It's Monday and it is ON! I want to give you a quick mantra to start the week. Pocket it and be ready to circle back and have it at the ready because I can almost guarantee it will be of use to you in the near future. It comes from Brene' Brown, episode 3... Continue Reading →
How long do you suppose it takes us to decide that being a beginner sucks? I can't speak for you, but as a young kid I don't recall thinking twice about being a beginner and pondering its implications. I just wanted to try things I'd see others doing, so I'd fearlessly jump in and begin... Continue Reading →
Fit BEYOND form- what DOES that mean? I have a multitude of definitions, but the nutshell version would be the understanding that while focusing on and working out your body will most certainly bring about changes in the size and shape of your body, prioritizing your entire BEING will have an effect on the size... Continue Reading →
When it comes to food and eating for wellness, I'm not asking you to take anything away from yourself. I'm asking you to consider adding something in. SALAD. I'm not talking about that same old/same old iceberg lettuce go-to that nobody looks forward to. Why would I ask you to consider eating a salad that... Continue Reading →
I've shared my belief that you are your own can-do coach. What I'm being divinely led to do now is reinforce that information in any bite-sized-nugget-manner that I'm lead to throw your way. Nuggets that are: easily interpreted action planseasily pocketed-for-later encouragementeasily remembered mantras and affirmationseasily digested messages It's been laid on my heart that... Continue Reading →
We live in a world that's quicker to understand what we can afford in monetary terms rather than life-limiting terms. We easily recognize if we can't afford a yacht or a beach vacation, and accept if dining out several nights a week may uncomfortably stretch our budget, yet we're slow to realize the life-limiting costs... Continue Reading →