I learned about the HeartMath products at a seminar several years ago. I have since purchased and received training on using these in my practice. Here is an excerpt from an article I found today on using HeartMath. I have them to be beneficial in my work with clients. Tools for Today’s Stress Many people… Continue reading Tools for Today’s Stress
While at the beauty shop this morning, I picked up a magazine. I was immediately taken by the focus on healthy living, not neccessarily weight loss. After reading some comments about a previous month’s article on “Revolutionary Acts”, I Googled it when I got back to my office. This website rocks! I suggets that you… Continue reading Guess what I found…
Like many of you, I am hooked on Dr.Oz. I try to watch his show every morning before work. This week there was a segment on overweight kids and whether their parents should considered abusive. I believe that weight and obesity are important challenges that many children are dealing with. But to consider the parents… Continue reading Dr. Oz and overweight kids
Welcome to my first post of the new year! Everyone is thinkng about making changes and planning their new years goals, I’ve decided to share my goals with you. I’ve written about how to make SMART goals and I’m sure that you understand the how and why by now. I love making lists because I… Continue reading Making Goals
Of course you’ve heard about the new movie starring Julia Roberts. I decided to wait until I had finished the book before I saw the film. The book of course has more substance – you just can’t put everything into 2 hours and 15 minutes. I loved the way she described her feelings, good and… Continue reading Eat, pray, love
Since I’ve become serious about my run/walking routine, I’ve been searching for the perfect way to keep track of time, distance, etc. I love the Garmin products but they have always been a little too pricy for my budget. Four years ago, I found I could buy an older model Garmin Forerunner online. I was… Continue reading Running toys
I just finished reading this book, “Half-Assed” by Jennette Fulda about her weight loss journey. It is hilarious in places and quite contemplative in others. What I most enjoyed was that she did not offer any excuses for how she reached her top weight (nearly 380 pounds). Instead, her book focuses on making the hard… Continue reading Have you heard of “Half-Assed”?
“39% of African-American women are obese.” This was a statistic I heard on CNN earlier this week. It also indicated that 29% of Hispanic women and 22% of White women are obese. Obese, not just overweight. Being an African-American woman, I was curious to hear more. This study compared poverty levels with obesity rates and… Continue reading It’s time to get moving!