Have you ever started to cook a healthy recipe you found online only to realize halfway into it that you’re missing a couple of essential pantry ingredients? Two weeks ago I moved into a new apartment. When planning out the first meal in my new place, I realized my new pantry was missing quite a few necessities for healthy
Do you think of self-care as a nice-to-have and not a necessity? I used to. Between balancing work, relationships, and the never-ending to-do list, it seemed selfish to me to be carving out time in my day for anything that went beyond basic hygiene. What resulted was a lot of resentment and pent up anger.
Do you ever go through periods in life when one or two areas start swallowing up more and more of your time and energy, leaving little room for anything else? Maybe work gets a bit crazier than normal, you start training for a big race, or you decide to move. Inevitably, some things just have to
Hello my friend, When my clients first come to me, they often have a hard time believing that they can fit home-cooking into their busy lives. I completely get that. I work a day job, run a business on the side, and have a pretty jam-packed life. When I first began my health coach training,
I’ll be the first to admit, I eat a TON of soup and stews in the winter. That’s pretty much my entire diet in January and February. It’s true that it’s natural for your body to crave these types of warming foods when it’s cold outside. But sometimes, I just want to bite into something