May 25, 2019
Why your food struggles can be a blessing in disguise
Food struggles are a reality for most people at some point in their lives. Women traditionally have spent more time in the kitchen, planning if not preparing food.
And their givers. Often pleasers squelching the way they really feel to be “acceptable.”
Apr 2, 2019
Solid and stable relationships are foundational to self care –whether we’re talking with a significant other or friendships – that’s where our conversation started.
Eighteen year-old Stanley Padgett married his seventeen-year-old high school sweetheart in what easily could have been another divorce statistic....
Mar 26, 2019
You don’t have time to workout?
I don’t have time to work out.
This post is not going to sit well with you potentially. So read this next couple sentences carefully.
If you’re content to complain about not having time or energy to workout and you truly think that on summer break or once you retire, or that...
Feb 5, 2019
Do you have New Year’s Goals?
New Year’s best intentions have already fallen by the wayside for 80% of people. Part of the reason for that is the myth that a habit takes 3 weeks and you’re home free.
I’m not sure if many of the 21-Day challenges tease you based on that premise or not. I’ve been writing about...
Dec 11, 2018
Could your biggest obstacle be something even you can't see?
Do you have a hard time getting or staying motivated around fitness and health habits?
You would defend that yes, you want to be fit, you want to be active and eat well and know you would feel better … but you seem to start and stop.
You want to be someone...