Making Healthy Choices

Who knew beginning the year battling a cold, would foreshadow my year so far, but it has.  I had been so proud of myself for having been able to stave off being sick and feeling the effects of my arthritis for a few years because I was making healthy choices.  But since the holidays, I’ve

Let’s Fight Back and Go Red for Women

Why fight back?  Because according to the American Heart Association, heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women, causing 1 in 3 deaths each year. That’s approximately one woman every minute, and more than all cancers combined!  Yes, more than all cancers combined.  How crazy is that? That includes all the women in your

How to Make Exercise a Habit

New year, new you means many of us are hitting the gyms, boot camps, crossfits and every other fad exercise craze you can think of in hopes of getting the beach bodies we’ve always wanted. And as an avid gym and exercise enthusiast, I’ve definitely become accustom to seeing the masses come in full force

5 Tips to Stay Healthy During the Holidays

Thanks Big Lots for sponsoring this post. Don’t worry though, all opinions about their fabulousness are my own! Haz cliq aquí para leerlo en español. Awe the holidays, how I love thee. They’re that time of the year when we gather with family and friends to create new, fun memories. Unfortunately that togetherness not only brings cheer, but can

What’s in Your Bag?

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #BeHealthyForEveryPartofLife #CollectiveBias I was just at dinner the other night with a large group of girlfriends, where we were asking each other – What’s in your bag – as we went around showing how we carry everything but the

Intuitive Eating 101

I know I talk a lot about my struggles with living in the moment and with intuitive eating (also known as mindful eating), which kind of go hand and hand, but I realized I may need to introduce or reintroduce the intuitive eating concept.  So here’s a little snapshot of what I’ve learned about along the