Tag Archives: health journey

You Can’t Hate Your Body Into Results

I spent many years battling my body. It was the enemy. I hated how it looked. I was jealous and resentful that other people had better bodies than me. I hated that I spent so much time thinking and obsessing about how to "fix" my body. It was exhausting and lonely. ​​​​​​Read more

A Game-Changing Definition of Love

Is it just me or do you sometimes do nice things for others with the deep-seeded expectation of praise, affection or acknowledgement? Ladies, do you ever feel like this towards your husband or children and turn into a raging lunatic or moody maniac when you don’t get what you NEED and...
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Make This The Year of Progress

Every new year brings a wave of hope that this year will be the year of more, better or different. However, statistics show most of our resolutions won’t survive past January 15th. In a world of instant gratification, many of us struggle with impatience. We think eating well for a week should magically...
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Pass The Salt

According to organizations such as the American Heart Association and American Diabetes Association, it is recommended that people with high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes or kidney disease not consume more than 1500 mg of sodium per day. If you are a healthy person? No more than 2300 mg. Salt is a love-hate relationship for many...
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