Anthony Bourdain: Rethinking People on Pedestals

I’ve always been a tomboy, so I don’t own a handbag. Anthony Bourdain was my Kate Spade. I join millions of people who feel sad and confused by his passing. What’s been most surprising in the aftermath of… Read More

Sunday Sermon: We’re All in Recovery

If you are new to my blog, welcome! “Sunday Sermon” is a post I write periodically based on conversations I had with my mom growing up (read more below). My mom passed away on a beautiful October day… Read More

Do You Talk Yourself Out of Wellness?

Have you ever considered the words and phrases you use around your wellness efforts may be contributing to your resistance toward lifestyle change? My husband and I worked under the same manager early in our careers. When she… Read More

Why You Need to Be Nicer To Yourself to Win at Wellness

WOMAN ISO WELLNESS PARTNER: Out of shape working mom of two young boys, average body type, below average motivation, seeking similar for regular workouts and emotional support. It isn’t news that having a supportive, like-minded, wellness buddy increases your… Read More

5 Ways to Embrace (Not Escalate) Holiday Stress

Yesterday, I received an alert from Pinterest that “green bean casserole” is trending this week. I guess the great race to the holiday season is on! Like many of you, I actually felt panic set in the day… Read More