Do you ever struggle with sticking to your exercise routine? Of course you do—you’re human!
It’s hard to keep up momentum, especially when we haven’t slept well, the weather is frightening, or our work week seems to pile up.
Each of these excuses is valid when
Thinking back on this past year and the amazing women I know, I want to share a disturbing trend among my female friends and colleagues. Many a conversation involves some mention or afterthought of “I’m so fat,” or “I can feel my waistline expanding,” or
We’ve all heard the party line: Sitting is the new smoking. Maybe not exactly, but a sedentary lifestyle for a non-smoker is turning out to be as harmful as a pack a day over the course of a lifetime.
People who sit for more than about
During this busy time of the year, with screens lights galore, I invite you to turn off the lights for a bit and light a candle for your soul!
The constant light from our multiple screens and lighting around us creates a sensory overload to our
You may have heard that having pets is therapeutic for adults, leading to less depression and longevity. Now there’s evidence that pregnant moms and their babies can benefit from having a furry friend around!
A study was completed of over 700 mothers who had a dog
Recently, I discovered just how powerful my meditation practice can be. Over the past 2 years I’ve found benefit in 20 minutes of meditation each day. Sometimes I can only do 5 minutes. Sometimes I get a second time to sit! But no matter what,
I’m encouraged by all of the dialogue going on about the sexual harassment and physical threats that women in many professions have been enduring for years. It’s long overdue.
If I can throw a curveball in here - what about women who accept the harassment
A few years ago, I attended a cataract surgery conference in Florida. This conference was created by some of the top cataract surgeons in the country and marketed as “cutting edge.”
As usual in these conferences, the female to male percentage was about 30-70%. To say
Remember being told that if you sat too close to the TV you would end up needing glasses?
This is a myth that dates back to the 1960s when General Electric sold new color TV sets that emitted up to 100,000 times the radiation considered safe.
I'm not sure what finally got the fire under me to do it, because for a while now I've been meaning to extract several known and unnecessary toxins from my family's home but just haven't gotten around to it. Maybe it was the third story