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Ever Throw the Game?

Have you ever decided that you couldn’t do something? Maybe it was run a marathon, bake, or do calculus. Maybe you decided that you couldn’t play the piano, guitar, or figure out texting. For me, it was coffee. When I graduated from Cornell with few job prospects, I went for entry level jobs. I ended […]

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Or You Could Have Sex

Our local Kidville recently offered Saturday morning “kids camp”. What this means is, for a handful of Saturdays in the winter (the most difficult times to occupy your children), you can drop them off from 9-12 (three whole hours!). They can run, jump, zipline, play instruments, do arts and crafts and have snack. Someone else will even change […]

Ready to Cook More and Weigh Less?

If you’re over your Whole 30 resolution, and would still like to drop some weight for the New Year (or just eat home cooked food and feel good about it), have I got a treat for you! My first Craftsy cooking class, COOK MORE, WEIGH LESS has just gone live! Click on this link to see a […]

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It’s Weight Loss Season. Don’t Get Crazy.

As a healthy cookbook author, the January diet frenzy familiar territory for me. This is one of two “seasons” in the industry, the other being bathing suit season (natch). This is when people get serious about losing weight (and when marketers get serious about selling weight loss). And by “getting serious”, people want to lose weight now, so they go from […]

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Set A Resolution that Works

I love this time of year. The week between Xmas and New Year’s Eve gives me ample time to look at the year I’ve had, review the macro, the micro and set a resolution for the year to come. And I realize that, as a life coach, I may get unusually excited about this stuff. (I even review […]