When it comes to maintaining or improving your health and fitness, one of the best ways to stay motivated throughout the year is to enter upcoming walks, runs or triathlons, and train for them. It’s always fun to have that next big event to talk about and prepare for and it’s also helpful to know […]

I recently attended a luncheon where I heard 4 thoughts that I wanted to pass along. They are quite simple, yet impactful. I invite you to explore each of these concepts/ideas over the next month. Hopefully one of them will spark movement in the direction of what you are ultimately trying to achieve. Week 1: “If it doesn’t […]

I recently felt like having breakfast for dinner, so I dug up one of my favorite all time recipes that my grandma used to make us called Cottage Cheese Apple Pancakes. These are also great before a workout, and kids love them too.   4 eggs 1 cup of organic low-fat cottage cheese 2 grated […]

Last week I attended a luncheon that was put on by eWomen Network. I thought the speaker, Linda Clemons,  did a phenomenal job motivating the audience and I would like to share the top four simple quotes that I took away from her speech. “If it doesn’t help you grow, it has to go.” “If you can see it in your mind then […]

When you walk down a grocery store aisle you will see the words  “Organic”, “100% Organic”, “Contains Organic Ingredients” … and the list goes on. What does this labeling mean? There are laws in place that determine how a manufacturer can use the word “organic” to label their product. Following is a quick summary of some of the more […]

I copied the original version of this recipe out of a magazine. Though it looked delicious, I knew the soup would be packed with saturated fat and other artery clogging ingredients. So I took most of the original ingredients and replaced them with healthier substitutes.Yes, the recipe still calls for a little cream (the original version had […]


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