Managing Your Anxiety During Corona Virus

I’ve been making light about the panic around toilet paper and other supplies on my other social channels, but I must  admit, as a person who’s anxious, it was hard to keep things in perspective when out getting groceries today. I am not a health professional, so please check all the tips I am aboutContinue reading “Managing Your Anxiety During Corona Virus”

The Heart of the Matter

The reason that I am strongly body positive is that I want to feel good about myself as I make lifestyle changes that support my overall health.  I have always had a higher BMI.  “Skinny” is not in my genes, but “healthy” can be in my habits and my choices.  

The Old Injury. The New Perspective.

When I was in 3rd grade, I broke my left arm.  I fell off a swing backwards on the playground and snapped my left ulna.  The bone was set properly.  It seemed to heal quickly. Flash forward a few decades, it’s giving me trouble when I do Wheel Pose during yoga.  I’ve had an on-again,Continue reading “The Old Injury. The New Perspective.”

Deep Coughs, Deep Breaths, Deep Insights

I had to take time just to breathe, with full focus, with full intent.  It’s so important that we breathe, especially if in our stressful moments, especially if our tendency is to hold our breath.  Breath can heal and I was reminded of that as I journeyed with this bug.

Healthier…Not Necessarily Skinnier

Tess Holliday clapped back this week against those she called, “concern trolls“, declaring that ther health is no one’s business.  I agree with Tess.  Her health is nobody’s concern but her’s but it did cause me to look at my own health and define what I consider to be a “healthy” version of me. IsContinue reading “Healthier…Not Necessarily Skinnier”

Workout Advice from the Stars

Celebrities aren’t the stars we’re talking about here.  Your astrology sign can add a little star power to your workouts this spring.  I had the opportunity to discuss each sign’s exercise needs with Yahoo! Lifestyle reporter Courtney Leiva. Read it here!   P.S.  I am a Capricorn, so I guess I will have to doContinue reading “Workout Advice from the Stars”

In Thanksgiving for Our Bodies

If you’re dieting right now, you might be dreading the next few months.  As soon as the pumpkin spice lattes start getting poured, it seems like the season of packing on the pounds begins.  The word “festive” alludes to feast, and it’s a time of year that people with weight concerns experience a lot ofContinue reading “In Thanksgiving for Our Bodies”

Inside the Minds of Working Moms

If you are a working mother and need a pick-me-up, check out this week’s episode of What Women Want Talk Radio.  Judy Goss and I had guests Meredith Bodgas, editor-in-chief of Working Mother and Linda Albright, founder of Women’s Wealth Revolution, on to discuss working motherhood in the US. This conversation was lively, honest andContinue reading “Inside the Minds of Working Moms”

Being Bold: Powering Through Fear of Failure

Former TODAY Show anchor Jenna Wolfe joined us on What Women Want Talk Radio this past week.  Moxie personified, Jenna has had countless adventures both on-air and off.  However, her greatest adventure began when she left the very traditional TODAY show to venture out on her own.  This bold choice continues to test Jenna andContinue reading “Being Bold: Powering Through Fear of Failure”