How Journaling Can Help You Lose Weight

How Journaling Can Help You Lose Weight

At it’s most basic, journaling is the process of putting down your thoughts, feelings/emotions, and even experiences and observations on paper.  Some people journal daily, others do so when they think about it. But mostly, it can be whenever you want; whenever...
Sugar Cravings: 4 Reasons You Have Them & How To Ditch Them

Sugar Cravings: 4 Reasons You Have Them & How To Ditch Them

Sugar cravings can really put a wrench in your health goals You just can’t resist those donuts in the break room.  You know you are going to regret it, but you do it anyway.  This leaves you feeling guilty, like a failure, and like you’ll never be able to say no to...
Clutter + Stress + Overwhelm = Food & Weight Issues

Clutter + Stress + Overwhelm = Food & Weight Issues

What does clutter and stuff have to do with weight and emotional overeating? A LOT. Because clutter and disarray cause stress and overwhelm. Here’s how it works: You see that stack of mail on the counter-top, the dirty dishes, the pizza box from the weekend, and...
Loving the Body You Have as Much as the Body You Want

Loving the Body You Have as Much as the Body You Want

Unless the body you see in the mirror is thin, buff and curvy (for women) or six-pack fit (for men), you walk away disappointed. Everywhere you look there are magazines, TV and movie images that seem to scream, “You aren’t okay!” “You’re not...
Bulimia: A Sad Secret

Bulimia: A Sad Secret

Drive down any street in the u.S. and you will pass numerous fast food drive-ins or restaurants. The tantalizing allure of food commercials and advertisements is enough to send even the strongest people running for the refrigerator or pantry. With food available...
Anorexia: Are You Dying to Look Good?

Anorexia: Are You Dying to Look Good?

Jamie-Lynn DiScala of The Sopranos spent most of her teen years trying to survive anorexia. She’s now the spokeswoman for the National Eating Disorders Association, hoping to help other girls understand that “thin” isn’t worth dying for. At 34, Lara Flynn Boyle...