Browsing All posts tagged under »self-esteem«

Holiday Food Tips and Appetizer Ideas

December 15, 2015 by


  When we feel better, we do better.  When we do better, we feel better.  If we are drained, full of toxins and crabby over our holiday schedules – we’re more likely to make food and drink choices in alignment with overwhelm. If we are rested, fully nourished, hydrated and balancing our holiday schedules – […]

Watch This: FED UP!

November 2, 2014 by


FED UP run time: 92 minutes director: Stephanie Soechtig Everything we’ve been told about food and exercise for the past 30 years is dead wrong. FED UP is the film the food industry doesn’t want you to see. From Katie Couric, Laurie David (Oscar winning producer of AN INCONVENIENT TRUTH) and director Stephanie Soechtig, FED […]

Carol’s Self-Portrait

November 3, 2013 by


It’s been a remarkable journey and almost impossible to fully capture and express the changes I have experienced since adopting a life style of clean living and eating. Unless I’m talking to my coach I wonder if other people “get it”. Can I really describe how different I feel and capture the essence of my […]

It’s Time For Your First Love!

April 28, 2013 by


When we love ourselves by caring for ourselves – we clear space in our head and heart to be fully present and share that love and energy with others.   When we practice self-love, we know what respect, patience, compassion, and commitment means and how it feels.  Soon, we notice we treat others with this same […]

Transformation: Catie Welsh (60)

March 30, 2013 by


I had always been an active, fairly strong person, but as I got older my weight started creeping up.  I had tried several diets that had worked temporarily, but the weight would sneak back on.  Then, when menopause hit, not only did my weight go up but I was putting in on in places I […]

Adam’s Promise: a testimonial

March 3, 2013 by


Let’s start with the before: Adam Surjan 200 pounds + Exhausted even after a good sleep, back pain, joint pain, antacids and acid reducers daily, dry skin, anxiety, not sleeping well, snoring, and believing my own excuses why I am not taking care of myself. My Story: I am married to my best friend and […]

I Removed Failure From My Vocabulary, The Day I Removed Diet From My Thinking

February 3, 2013 by


I take it you are searching for the most reliable method for fat loss?  I was too. I tried it all: pills to speed metabolism, extra hours in the gym, calorie counting, point counting, low-fat, no fat, no carb, no meat, only meat, infomercial gadgets and any NY best seller that promised weight loss. I could […]

Take Flight

February 3, 2013 by


“When health is absent, wisdom cannot reveal itself, art cannot manifest, strength cannot fight, wealth becomes useless, and intelligence cannot be applied.” –Herophilus, 300 BC Therefore…. Let today be the day; a new beginning, a clean slate, a fresh start, a new page.  Call it what you will, but today can be the day you […]

RN Advice: Anxiety Destructor

January 5, 2013 by


While the hustle and bustle of the holidays have ended and all should be calm; anxiety has a way of sneaking up on us and rearing its ugly head like an unwanted guest.  What causes anxiety is individual however there are some common triggers: Family/relationships Work situations Self-destructive talk and thoughts Health Financial worries Unfamiliar […]

How We Roll: Coach Michele John

December 2, 2012 by


On The Road Again… Well, this last year has gone by in a blur to say the least.  My life has been filled with major transitions ranging from a move across country (ok, actually several moves, but more about that later), leaving a job I have held for over six years, moving away from family […]