5 Decisions You Must Make to Have the Healthy Holiday Season You Want

Today is the final day of the No Regrets January Challenge. It’s my favorite challenge because I absolutely love this time of year and I want you to fully enjoy it, too.  The thing is, without a plan enjoyment often results in over-indulgence which becomes regret. Or it’s easy to get caught up in drama … Read more

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How do you handle regret?

There’s a philosophy of “no regrets” meaning that everything you’ve done in life, every choice you made, happened exactly the way it was meant to. Well, yes, in the sense that it happened. So clearly it was supposed to.  But no, in the sense that you could have made a different choice. And in hindsight … Read more

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Would a time machine help? Probably not…

Have you ever seen the Hot Tub Time Machine? It’s a sci fi comedy in which four men who are thrust back to 1986 are trying to return to 2010. Ultimately they find the way back, but while three men return one stays behind. The movie ends with the three discovering that the one who … Read more

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If not now, when?

Does this sound familiar? You intend to start any number of healthy habits when life slams you upside the head. You get sick, work turns super stressful, you’re traveling a lot, etc., and you tell yourself the changes will have to wait. Soon, there will be a better time. … Read more

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Stop Dieting: 5 anti-rules to make food healthy AND enjoyable

Have you had one of those days when you look up to see that it’s 2pm and all you’ve eaten is some yogurt with your morning coffee? Or, have you ever sworn off sugar only to find yourself eating two brownies at your 5pm business mixer? I get it! … Read more

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Why live in fantasy? Reality is way better!

What’s your fantasy? All diseases cured, crime eliminated, and the world at peace? Oh, and things finally fall into place so that you lose weight and keep it off, always stay on track with exercise, never overeat, and always get the right amount of sleep? Sure, we can tell … Read more

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