January 11, 2021
by Jacquelyn Ikonomov It is time to take responsibility for our thoughts, just like we take responsibility for our behaviors. Most of us learned as young children that we must acknowledge the role our actions play in our own lives. Both good behaviors and bad behaviors have an impact on our lives and the lives […]
by Lori Montry As Einstein is often attributed with saying, “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again but expecting a different result.” Hey Einstein, where were you all those New Year’s mornings when I vowed to once again lose those ten pounds, stick to my yoga practice, or read a book every […]
January 1, 2021
May 7, 2020
Last week I talked to you about an all – important mindset shift that very commonly stands in the way of people’s weight loss success. That mindset shift was shifting out of the all-or-nothing way of approaching weight loss
I have been overweight most of my life. I would go on a diet, lose, and regain.
I believed I did not deserve to take care of myself. I believed I was not worthy. I thought I needed to be a good mom and take care of my family and there was not time for me.
May 6, 2020
Do you know what your eating tonight? Are you feeling pressured from family members saying that they’re hungry and want to know what’s for dinner? Do you find yourself serving the same food/meal over and over again? Are you throwing away rotten food because you didn’t use it? Are you tired and don’t want to stop at the store or cook? How are you feeling? Stressed? Irritable? Think you’re failing on serving family healthy foods
April 29, 2020
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April 22, 2020
August 17, 2016
Our overweight and obese populations in the United States have climbed to a combined 70% of the population. In 2015, thirty million Americans had diabetes. According to the CDC, the cause of death in one in every four people is heart-related.