If you Want to Be Happy and Heart Healthy, Tweet Or Write Your Best Self

I’m reminded in my positive psychology course that our brains have a negativity bias. For good reason, the psychologists say. Our ancestors, the theory goes, would have gotten mauled or starved to death if they didn’t see the world as a scary, dangerous place. I would love to think of…

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The New Year’s Diet. Cheat your way to weight loss?

What’s in your post-holiday grocery cart? If you’re like the average person, the groceries in your cart after New Year’s Resolution time includes 55% more spent on food and twice as many calories per serving purchased. That’s according to a 2014 study. What’s going on here? Consumers purchased not only more…

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Is Getting into the Best Shape of My Life a Good New Year’s Resolution?

I am good at helping clients create concrete and achievable goals for themselves. We do this at the end of every session. Yet as 2019 approached, I got totally carried away in my own New Year’s Resolutions. I proclaimed, this year I’m going to get into the best shape of…

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Day 2: What Would a Health Coach Do?

 Day 2, 12/27/18: A.M. Weigh in +1.4 lb (lost 1lb)! Today’s Plan: Intermittent Fasting Variation To keep up the momentum in the right direction (and early success was a significant factor in individual weight loss overall success) I’m going to try a smaller time window for eating. This is a…

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What would a Health Coach Do?

Did you add “mass” this holiday season. I did. And not the liturgical kind. Of course, as a health coach, I know better. If you’ve had the same experience, you probably also know better. Do you feel disappointed and drained of your usual energy and vitality like I do?  From…

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