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How to Overcome Analysis Paralysis

Would you say you overthink things? Two of my clients this week were on the fence about testing out a meal delivery service vs. meal planning and prepping on their own. They spent a month analyzing which service is best, and their meal planning was only going so-so. Their goal this week was to pick one and place an order. Worst case scenario, they would have spent $30 and learned it wasn’t for them. Best case, they love the meals, get weekly meals delivered which will save them time and sanity during the week. The monkey mind can keep...

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Unstuffed Pepper Casserole

When Jason and I got back from the beach, the weather was rainy and chilly. I wanted comfort food and Unstuffed Pepper Casserole was born! Loaded with vegetables and great leftover. I like to eat it solo with a salad. Jason loved using it as a wrap filling and I used the final leftovers to stuff peppers and pulled the remaining tomato sauce on top. And you can make it vegetarian or add meat. Win, win, win. Ingredients: 1 pound, organic turkey or ground beef* 1 ½ teaspoons extra-virgin olive oil 1 white onion – chopped 3 cloves garlic...

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Let Go Mantra (Video)

I felt so lucky to teach an amazing group of women this morning, and our theme was ‘let go’ in honor of tonight’s full moon. Did you see the moon last night? Did it look pink to you? Well, don’t worry you don’t need to get your eyes checked because the moon is not actually pink but got its name from Native American roots. A full moon occurs every 29.5 days (although it looks full for a few days), so the Native Americans used the full moons to track seasons since they didn’t have recorded calendars to...

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Throw Out Your Scale

Throw Out Your Scale

I love the changing of seasons, and this one is my favorite. Spring brings a light, vibrant and hopeful energy along with it. We get to come out of hibernation and shed anything that’s weighing us down. If you have one wish in regards to your life, food, body, stress or exercise what it would be? When I ask my clients this question, weight loss tops the list. The desire to want to fit into your jeans so you can feel more confident, healthy and happy is great. But instead of the traditional calories in, calories out approach you’ve tried...

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5 Yoga Poses to Open Your Heart

In honor of cupid’s holiday, I created a video just for you, 5 Yoga Poses To Open Your Heart. Valentines Day is romanticized as a couple’s holiday, but I like to see it as a day to spread love everywhere – to yourself, friends, family, pets and even strangers. Today’s video will open your heart physically from the front, side, and back but also energetically and emotionally. Often when we think of opening the heart, we think of only the front of the body. But just like love, the heart is multidimensional and dynamic. Love is to be given...

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