Browsing All posts tagged under »stress«

RN ADVICE: The Christmas To Do List

December 15, 2015 by

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I am betting that every one of us has a list that is much longer than the list in the picture and we are experiencing a lot of stress over that list.  I know in the past, my lists were very detailed. I put a lot of pressure on myself for the holidays to be […]

The Rabbit Hole

November 24, 2015 by

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Even coaches succumb to the sugar addiction cycle.  While I would like to think I could resist or had measures in place to prevent going into this cycle, I am just like each and every one of you.  I sometimes fall into it and have to work my way out of the rabbit hole.  For […]

My Journey to My Life’s Purpose :October

October 13, 2014 by

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This past month much drama was playing out around me including multiple different family issues as well as my husband’s stepfather in critical condition (and later died).  When all of the separate issues were presented to me, I will admit that I engaged in it.  I got tearful, angry as well as judgmental.  I had […]

Audio GT Class now on MP3

June 2, 2014 by

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6 Hour Audio Class by Coach Katie Surjan now available on MP3 for purchase.  This class was originally presented in a webinar format to live participants in 2013. Learn how to strip fat, ease stress and build muscle. Each class is approximately one hour long including an hour interview with GT founder, Sheri Lynn.    Purchase […]

Gratitude is my Attitude!

November 3, 2013 by

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One fundamental rule I’ve acquired while working with Sheri Lynn is that two things can not occupy the same space.  I often use this reference in terms of food, however; it also applies to thought.   If we are grateful for our body, we will dissolve judgment and negativity towards it. By filling that one […]

How We Roll: Coach Nettie Bell-Newton

April 26, 2013 by

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By: Nettie Bell-Newton I’m a wife, a mother, a grandmother, a college student, business owner, and an aspiring photographer. I love to read, write, run, workout, shoot photos, and restore old furniture.  I’m a lover of all things beautiful, and have been creating beauty my entire life. First as a hairdresser, then as a personal […]

Body Moves + Body Rest = Happy Muscles

October 23, 2012 by

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As a Former Cardio Queen and over zealous group exercise class participant,  I feel it necessary to retire my crown and share my research of what DOES and what does NOT work without muscle recovery and too much stress on the body.   My 200 pound body took one for the team did the work AND rest to learn about […]

RN Advice: Holiday Inflammation

October 21, 2012 by

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I love this time of the year with the turning foliage, pumpkins baking in the oven and toasty fires but frankly this saying is right on.  Halloween is the beginning of abundant comfort food meals and baked treats.  Couple that with increased stress – a toxic combination that leads to INFLAMMATION. Do not fear, with […]

Where’s My Trophy?

September 3, 2012 by

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When do I get my Busy – Bee Trophy? Last week, I was speaking with fellow GT coach and dear friend, Peggi, throughout the conversation she asked how I was handling things with school on top of work, my reply was – I’ve adapted. I don’t feel crazy busy anymore, even though I’ve added responsibilities […]

RN Advice: Skin Deep

August 4, 2012 by

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August is National Psoriasis Awareness Month.  Psoriasis is a chronic non-contagious, autoimmune, inflammatory skin disease affecting 7.5 million people in the United States.  The most common form is plaque psoriasis characterized by inflamed red lesions covered by silvery white scales.  These unsightly itchy patches usually appearing on the knees, elbows, lower back and scalp can […]