2 Simple Ways to Stay on the Wagon

If you can identify with this statement, keep reading. “I work out regularly and will eat really clean for long periods of time, but when I fall of the wagon, I fall HARD!!! At that point I’ll go on binges that can last for weeks.” It’s no fun.  Especially if

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7 Steps to Falling in Love with Your Workouts

Two weeks ago, I hurt my back at work and had to sit out because the pain was too intense.  Seriously. The doctor gave me all kinds of pills, which upset my stomach, so I decided that I would just rest.  Strangely enough, I felt calm and peaceful.  I did

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When Food is Love..A Review (Part 2)

As an ex-chronic dieter with a type A personality and a history of bad relationships, the book When Food is Love, really struck a chord with me.  It shed light on so many aspects of not only emotional eating, but how it relates to our approach with men, that I

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When Food is Love…A Review (Part 1)

I was doing some research online when I ran across the book and immediately stopped in my tracks.  So often I have heard myself and others say that the reason they can’t lose weight is because they LOVE food.  I had NO IDEA how profound Geneen Roth’s take on the

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Why Emotional Eating is a GOOD Thing

I saw the Whitney Houston movie the other day and was really taken by the story as I watched her addiction unfold.  *As of the publication of this newsletter, Whitney’s daughter, Bobbi Kristina, is in the hospital, in a medically induced coma and breathing with the help of a ventilator, after

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The Myth of Thinland

This is a Life Practice.   Staying in touch with yourself, your feelings and what your body really needs is a practice.  According to Google, the word practice literally means a repeated exercise in or performance of an activity or skill so as to acquire or maintain proficiency in it.

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