Contentment

I read an article today that struck a chord with me on multiple levels. The article discusses how a woman who is happy with herself is the beauty industry's nightmare. What can she be sold (or he for that matter) when there isn't some perceived "flaw" to fix? This covers so much more than the... Continue Reading →

Turn Off the Noise

I'm really tired. I'm tired of all the drama, the hype, the noise around pursuing a healthy lifestyle. Have you heard the term orthorexia? According to the National Eating Disorders Association: Orthorexia nervosa is not currently recognized as a clinical diagnosis in the DSM-5, but many people struggle with symptoms associated with this term. Those who... Continue Reading →

A Dose of Real

Recently over on Single Dad Laughing, author Dan Pearce wrote about what he terms a disease of Perfection. (Please take the time to check it out and read through it. Go ahead, I'll wait.) In the article (that you just read), Dan discusses examples of very real situations, but that we are unable to reveal our... Continue Reading →

Daring Greatly

I've mentioned before how much I admire, and have learned from, the author of Daring Greatly, Brene Brown. I am watching her on an episode of Lifeclass and am reminded again about the power of vulnerability. After receiving a call to interview for a Spin Instructor position at a local gym, I did my requisite... Continue Reading →

Changing the Subject

I am only about 2 pages into "Health At Every Size: The Surprising Truth About Your Weight" and I'm hooked. The book is written by Linda Bacon, PhD (You can check out her website here). Here's the paragraph that had me reaching for the computer immediately: "Many of us have a disturbing preoccupation with food and an... Continue Reading →

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