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Category Archives: Holidays
With Thanksgiving happening this week, there’s been a lot of food talk going on around my office lately. Clients are scheduling last-minute strategy sessions for tips on how they can avoid overindulging and stay on track with their healthy eating … Continue reading
Thanksgiving is meant to be just that – a day to give thanks – but a lot of people find this time year incredibly stressful. There are worries about family dynamics, meal preparation, and overeating that can turn the day … Continue reading
I want to acknowledge and honor all the women out there who are mothers, grandmothers, pet mothers, and God mothers for all the amazing work you do to nurture your families. It takes a lot of courage, effort, time, and … Continue reading
Did you know that Easter is the second biggest candy holiday in the United States? According to the National Confectioners Association (NCA), over 120 million pounds of Easter candy is purchased each year. This includes 16 billion jelly beans, 90 … Continue reading
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! You don’t have to be Irish to enjoy a delicious green smoothie (a.k.a. Shamrock Shake) today. This one is packed with immune-boosting ingredients like spinach, pear, and ginger; and no added sugar. Click here for the … Continue reading
Whether or not there’s a special someone in your life to present you with flowers or chocolates, you can celebrate the day by honoring yourself with some TLC. Just in case you forgot, that means Tender Loving Care. Think about … Continue reading
Here’s a bit about my family history. Perhaps you can relate. I have a strong history of heart disease in my immediate family. My dad had high blood pressure much of his adult life and passed away from a stroke … Continue reading
I had a discussion with one of my clients last week about how stressful it is to cook in a cluttered disorganized kitchen. This really hit home for me since my kitchen and I have been at odds for a … Continue reading
The holiday season is almost over and 2017 is upon us. Can you believe it!? The beginning of a new year is the perfect time to regroup and think about what’s really important. For so many people it’s all about … Continue reading