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Kathleen
4:00 am

Grounding Is Not Just for Wires

Autumn has arrived, and for many that means the busy back-to-school season that's quickly met with the hustle and bustle of the holidays, collides into one fast moving train.  If you're anything like me, this last part of the year flies by in a wink.  Because of this, it can feel like a time where your out of control schedule is controlling you.  Read More

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Kathleen
4:00 am

Jumpstart Your Morning

There’s just something magical about the autumn breeze that ignites a desire to enjoy life a little deeper -- don't you agree? It’s a perfect time to make some changes you’ve meant to make, and I want to share with you a few of my favorite morning habits to implement as fall begins..... Read More

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Kathleen
4:00 am

Tips for Handling Cravings

When you think about food cravings, typically the first thing that comes to mind would be some type of junk food.  Something that is high in calories, low in nutrients, processed and quite unhealthy.  Is that what you tend to crave when a craving kicks in?  What is your go-to craving -- Read More

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Kathleen
4:00 am

Hey Baby It’s Chilly/Rainy/Dark Outside!

Indoor Workouts You Can Do When The Season Changes During the long, warm summer days, nothing is as enjoyable as an outdoor run in the sunshine, taking a dip in the local pool or rolling out your yoga mat in your favorite local park. But when the Autumn breeze starts blowing, the days get shorter, temperatures drop or the rain starts to pitter patter, we have to get creative and intentional about indoor workouts to get us through the upcoming months. Read More

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Kathleen
4:00 am

Setting the Stage for Success

YOU have decided to make some lifestyle changes in order to live a healthier and more balanced life.  You are excited because being healthy and balanced will allow you to live your life the way it is meant to be lived.  And you know that the world needs the gifts and talents that only you can give. However, those of us who have struggled with weight, low energy levels or being consistent about exercise know all to well that we decide to make changes, jump out of the gate and run out of steam before we make any real progress.  Then feeling defeated and guilty we go back those old habits.  Let this time be different.  Read More

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Kathleen
4:00 am

How to Keep a Slip-Up from De-Railing Your Health Goals

It happens to us all -- you’ve been crushing your health goals, and things are going great.  But then vacation rolls around, and the endless buffet on your cruise ship derails you...or so you think.  Read More

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Kathleen
8:54 am

5 Steps to Take Today to Reduce Stress

I don’t know about the rest of you, but the past few weeks have been a little too high on the stress meter.  And we all know that living with a heightened stress level is so very unhealthy.  So for those of you in the same boat, here are my top 5 strategies for getting my stress level under control: Read More

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Kathleen
12:45 pm

Stuck in Place

Do you have those areas in your house that you walk past every day but rarely see?  I have just such a place by my backdoor.  I go in and out of that door countless times a day, but rarely do I "see" the things stored on the shelves just beside the door on the porch.  The collection of shoes, gardening tools, treasures from nature lay in a hodgepodge type of organization.  If I need my clippers I know exactly where they are; however, to the untrained eye, finding my clippers would involve a 15-minute search. One day this past week, as I was coming into the house, something in the hodgepodge of belongings looked odd. Read More

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Kathleen
2:58 pm

On the Road Again

One of the questions that came through on the Health Coaching Survey that was in my newsletter last month was about eating healthy while on the road.  We all know what happens during those long summer road trips.  Snacking, snacking and more snacking.  And while we start with every intention of avoiding those sweet sugary foods, salty treats and carb loaded snacks, during that quick trip to the grocery store just before our trip those convenient looking snack packs grab us and our wallets before we know what happened.  Read More

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Kathleen
6:58 am

Everyone Should Raise a Little Kale Now and Then

This year the end of winter and beginning of spring had a bit of a tug of war. The bickering between the seasons prolonged the kale harvest which was a bit of a gift. However, last week with the kale beginning bolt, I knew that I had to harvest the leaves and begin the preserving process. Read More

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