I’ve decided it might be fun to make this a monthly post… so here’s my current list! 1. Betsy Johnson. Holy buckets – the 72 years old fashion designer can cartwheel into a side split. And do a handstand freeze better than a lot of b-boys. As a competitor on Dancing with the Stars… Read More 6 Things That Are Inspiring Me in October 2014
When a man walks into a room, he brings his whole life with him. He has a million reasons for being anywhere, just ask him. If you listen, he’ll tell you how he got there. How he forgot where he was going, and that he woke up. If you listen, he’ll tell you about the… Read More What Peanut Butter Cups & Mad Men Has Taught Me
Yes. I really know what that sounds like. I’ll start by saying memory is a strange thing. How there are big things you can completly forget and little things you remember with absolute clarity. Sometimes the memory isn’t really whole, it’s just one piece that you can see or hear over and over again. And… Read More Why I Love the Sound of Falling Off a Ladder
I’m posting from a coffee shop today, so thought it appropriate to use the word “grind” in the title 🙂 It’s been a while since my last post – life was full of distractions this fall and holiday season and I wasn’t very good about keeping up here. That’s life I guess! Sometimes, it’s… Read More The Grind & the Sudden Shift
When I was unhealthy, I did so many things in the name of ‘easy’. I ate take out because it was easy. Let myself go thru the drive thru when I smelled fries because it was easy, way easier than saying no. Drove past the gym where I had a membership, it was easy, way… Read More The ‘Easy’ Concept in Weight Loss
You are free to choose, but you are not free from the consequences of your choice. A universal paradox. When I first went Paleo, my trips to the grocery store became a lot more concise. Produce section, meat counter, swing by the cooler to get some eggs… and I was done. I almost never entered… Read More Punch Cookies in the Face: How to Make the Most of Your Willpower
“We delight in the beauty of the butterfly, but rarely admit the changes it has gone through to achieve that beauty.” – Maya Angelou Several weeks ago, I was asked to be a model at a local bridal fair. Several boutiques were going to show off some of the high end dresses they offer and… Read More My Day As A “Model”: Does Size Really Matter?