This is the 100th Ounce of Prevention.
Cue the confetti canons!!
Throw in a disco ball or two.
100 “insights to keep the pounds away.”
100 weeks in a row.
Some of you have been around that long (bless you, and thank you for being such sweet friends :)
Some of you are new (welcome!) and get to browse the inventory.
Because there's 100 of ‘em.
100 anything is amazing,...
Last week we talked about Weight Goals (catch up here)—they are milestones on the way to your Goal.
Today we get to talk about Goal Weight and in particular how to pick yours.
The term “Ideal Weight” can have a negative connotation. As if there is some magic number that all bodies should be if they are a certain height.
Just writing that seems preposterous to me. It’s clear to anyone who’s ever been to a beach or mall that...
Whenever I start working with someone to lose weight, we always discuss the Goal. I call it your Ideal Weight or your Goal Weight. Not to be confused with a Weight Goal.
Weight Goals and Ideal Weight are two different things.
Now, they could be the same thing, but it’s useful to think of them as two separate things when you’re starting a weight loss journey.
A Weight Goal is the first stop on the way to your Ideal Weight.
Just to be clear, you already fast.
Every time you snuggle in bed for the night, you’re not eating for hours in a row. And then you break the fast by eating . . . well, breakfast.
So fasting itself is not the issue.
The trending topic of Intermittent Fasting highlights fasting for weight control.
There are different ways to get that done:
Some fans of fasting suggest fasting 2 out of every 7 days, other more extremists support...
I just watched my kid’s final social studies presentation. I was such a proud mama. It’s hard to believe the school year’s coming to an end. Another transition.
That means a change in schedules.
Many can’t wait for summer to arrive, only counting the days ‘til school’s out and morning routines loosen.
But, as always, I’m here to remind you it’s a good idea to anticipate the changes and plan for them :)...
I just finished Gary Keller’s The ONE Thing.
It’s a productivity book.
I’ve been into those lately and I’m surprised by how much I’ve learned from this genre. I consider myself an organized person, but some of these concepts (nothing earth-shatteringly new by the way) have made a huge difference.
Because I’ve committed to them.
We can think we know a lot about a subject, but being...
It was just Mother’s Day and now Memorial Day is coming up.
Any holiday has the potential to derail our food plan so I usually take the opportunity to remind us all of the pit falls to watch for so we can have a successful (eating) day or weekend.
This Mother’s Day came and went without much of the usual advice from me about:
Recently I noticed I was spinning my wheels.
Looking and feeling busy but not moving forward as I claimed I wanted to.
I needed a new plan. So I started at the beginning.
I had to DECIDE what was really important, PRIORITIZE my activities, SCHEDULE them, then KEEP MY WORD to myself.
If you find yourself in the same boat, giving lip service to a goal (weight loss, perhaps) but not making headway toward it, I invite you to...
Studies show that people with strong social networks live longer. Check out this cool infographic from WebMD to see how.
Getting together with a friend is one of life’s great pleasures.
But all too often, in this day and age, it comes with lots of extra calories. Our go-to get-togethers revolve around food—brunch, lunch, dinners.
They don’t have to.
There are so many ways to connect that don’t involve food.
We just came back from a trip to the Grand Canyon. Active, breathtaking and fun!
I love National Parks.
Such beauty and I feel a sense of community—this land is preserved by us (our government) to be enjoyed by all. Love that.
But the food is another story.
It was a road trip, so the eating became challenging right from the start.
We ate at places like The Wagon Wheel, Giggling Cactus, Big E Steakhouse & Saloon and Big...