If you ever want to just stress yourself out for some ridiculous reason, watch A YouTube video of plate spinners. You know, those magic acts where someone runs around frantically balancing multiple plates on top of poles? If that crazy spectacle hits too close to home, it’s time to get real about setting your priorities.… Read More
From Possibility to Reality
I love the beginning of January. It’s so fresh and unsullied. We’re full of optimism, and the world seems to overflow with possibility. For many of us, it’s the most hopeful day of the year. But then, life intrudes. We go back to work or school and all those dreams of a “New Year, New… Read More
6 Secrets of Embracing Self-Love
Woohoo! This week marks the 6th Anniversary of Loving on Me. It’s been a sweet and often chaotic journey that has given me more joy and fulfillment than I ever could have imagined. The funny thing is, had I realized it would be so hard to build a movement based on self-love I’m not sure… Read More
4 Life Lessons From Dogs and Kids
It turns out that the simplest things in life are also the most profound. Here are 4 simple life lessons from the miniature versions of ourselves and our best furry friends which I believe can have a profound impact on the quality of our lives.
Turn Hope and Empathy into Action
These are just some of the examples I’ve seen of people turning their empathy into action – action that must not stop so that we can continue contributing to the conversations and solutions we must find, together.
Body Bistro Series: Eating for Optimal Health
Many people tell me they eat healthfully all the time, but what does eating healthy really mean? Healthy eating entails knowing how much protein, fat, carbohydrates, sugar, water, and sodium intake is needed on a daily basis based on one’s Basil Metabolic Rate (BMR); especially if you exercise daily, expend calories and trying to lose weight. Everyone should know their BMR to understand how many calories needed for body maintenance, support, and optimal health.