Spoiler: Most diseases are considerably influenced by lifestyle. The pills you take might alleviate some of your discomfort, but they will not do a thing to change the progression of the disease- and it will progress- without changes to your lifestyle. When diseases progress… well, I don’t need to spell that out. Yes, I do. Chronic

This post is a summary of an awesome Ted Talk by Tim Ferriss (author of the 4-Hour Workweek, among others). If you have 13 minutes, I highly recommend it (watch here: Fear-Setting: The Most Valuable Exercise I Do Every Month), but if not, I've done my best to summarize. In this talk, he talks about his

Why did the chicken cross the road? Even in this age-old joke, it's all about the reason. The Why. In health coaching, we'll often start with a vision session. If that sounds too cliche for you, all it means is really getting in touch with your "why." What is/are your most important reasons for wanting to

I want to tell you a true story. I worked recently with a client who asked me early on about my own health journey. I wanted to understand the reason for the question, and upon further discussion, she blurted out, “Will it always be this hard?” This person had taken on some major diet and lifestyle

If you’re here, you might be feeling some self-doubt. You’ve tried and failed so many times to lose weight, get more exercise, handle your stress better, and here you are, back at the same place. Then you feel down on yourself and demoralized and weak. I can help. Yes, you can change.  As a health coach,

When you think about making changes to your health behaviors, what are words that come to mind? Grit? Suck it up? Grin and bear it? Torture? Discipline? What if it didn’t have to be all negative? What if the process of change (yes, change can hard) could happen with a supportive partner, at your pace, with your

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