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Changing the Equation

January 17, 2017 by

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We are a sum total of our choices. If 2+2+2=6, does it really help to spend any of our precious energy arguing why it should be anything other than 6? I like double digits better I wish it was 10, 7 is my lucky number so I want it to be 7, 8 is so […]

Space Between Grace and Grit

November 24, 2015 by

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Comfort zones are not brightly colored spaces; they are sterile, boring and decorated in basic black and white. Clear boundaries, deeply-rooted beliefs, predictable habits and familiar expectations are the walls that shelter your comfort zone and protect you from your own possibility… the possibility of pain, the possibility of failure AND the possibility of getting […]

Client Story: Katie’s Transformation

February 3, 2015 by

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My Year of Miracles: A few months ago, I received an email from my coach, Katie, entitled “Your Year of Miracles” and something about that really resonated with me. 2014 was an incredible gift and every time I see someone post something like “Hey 2015, 2014 will be hard to top” I have to laugh […]

Freedom to Love

July 1, 2014 by

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What happens when you just let go of the need to be right? Nothing. It is in this nothingness where one can find peace. The argument stops. So does the “pain”. If it causes pain, it is not true, so when we give up this overwhelming desire to control, to be right, we release ourselves […]

Annie’s Transformation!

December 2, 2013 by

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From Size 10 to Size 2 by dropping Cardio and Eating more food! My journey with Genesis Transformation began in October of 2012 when I met my amazing coach Katie at school.  At this time I weighed 150lbs, was a size 10, worked out 6 days a week, ate 1400 calories a day, had knee […]

Holiday Guide: Top 10 Action Items to Maintain Health, Happiness and Sanity

December 2, 2013 by

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Have you ever thought about waving the white flag to self care around the holidays?  Believing it’s simply impossible to take care of yourself “perfectly” while attending holiday parties, late nights shopping, baking cookies, decorating your house, fun family visits and to top it off, working through it all.   Do you schedule yourself into […]

Transformations Across The Generations

December 2, 2013 by

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The holiday season is often accompanied with certain family traditions, habits, and expectations that we have engrained into our lives. For my family, Thanksgiving was not believed to be Thanksgiving without green bean casserole made with cream of mushroom soup (my husband’s must have), pecan pie with homemade whipped cream (my uncle’s favorite), stuffing made […]